Brussels airport restart delayed after police demands




 
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Brussels airport restart delayed after police demands
 
April 1st, 2016  
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Brussels airport restart delayed after police demands
By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Brussels main airport is likely to reopen on Sunday after police and the government resolved a dispute over security following the March 22 bomb attacks, agreeing that all passengers would be screened on arrival. The airport has not handled passenger flights since two suspected Islamist militants carried out the suicide attacks. The airport, whose departure hall was destroyed in the blasts, has built a temporary check-in zone, conducted tests and had declared itself ready to restart flights, with a provisional restart set for Friday evening.




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