Brussels Attacks: Thomas Cook and Jetairfly continue diverting their flights to regional airports until 1 April


Due to the unavailability of Brussels Airport at least until Sunday following the attacks, many airlines continue to divert their flights to regional airports.

Thomas Cook

The tour operator Thomas Cook will continue its operations from Liege Airport at least until next Friday, April 1, announced its spokesman. In a previous decision, the operations were to be carried out at Liege until this Monday.


The airline also diverts all its flights to regional airports, mainly to the Ostend, until Friday, April 1, as announced in a statement today. The measure is an alternative to 272 flights and 43 000 passengers in the period between last Tuesday and next Friday, said Jetairfly.

A bus service is offered between Ostend and other parts of the country, both for travellers who leave as for those who come back.