Aeroflot may resume flights to and from Brussels on April 5

Due to uncertain air travel to and from Brussels in the upcoming days, Aeroflot recommends that passengers who have booked flights to and from Brussels for the next few days abstain from traveling.

Due to uncertain air travel to and from Brussels in the upcoming days, Aeroflot recommends that passengers who have booked flights to and from Brussels for the next few days abstain from traveling.

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Brussels Zaventem airport was closed after the March 22 terror attacks

Aeroflot - Russian Airlines may resume flights to and from Brussels on April 5, the airline press service has said.

"According to the preliminary information from the Belgian aviation authorities, Aeroflot flights are expected to resume on the Moscow-Brussels-Moscow route on April 5, 2016," the airline wrote on Twitter.

Four flights of the airline will be cancelled through April 4.

"Given that Brussels airport remains closed, Aeroflot announces an adjustment of its flights to and from Brussels through April 4, 2016. Moscow-Brussels flights SU2168 and SU2618 and Brussels-Moscow flights SU2169 and SU2619 are cancelled through April 4, 2016," Aeroflot said.

Passengers can get a refund, reschedule or re-route their flights, the airline said.

Due to uncertain air travel to and from Brussels in the upcoming days and a possible decision to keep the airport closed for a longer period, Aeroflot recommends that passengers who have booked flights to and from Brussels for the next few days abstain from traveling.

Brussels Zaventem airport was closed after the March 22 terror attacks. The date of reopening the airport has been repeatedly moved.

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