KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Brussels Airport are preparing for the expected snow this Friday 9 February.
Brussels Airport will have the “Winter Operations“-teams ready to reduce the impact on the airport to a minimum. However, flights may be delayed as aircraft may need to be de-iced and runways cleared of ice and snow. Snow and frost may also affect road traffic to and from the airport.
Advice for passengers:
- Check the status of your flight here or on the Brussels Airport app before leaving for the airport
- Leave for the airport well ahead of your scheduled departure time to allow for traffic disruptions
- Contact your airline for further questions.
A bit more to the North, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has been forced to cancel 26 return flights on Friday 9 February. Affected passengers are currently being informed and rebooked. “We urge our passengers to keep a close eye on KLM.com for the latest updates on departure and arrival times.”
KLM made sure that these passengers can rebook their flight free of charge in case they want to travel on a different date or at a time. For the conditions, please visit KLM.com. “KLM is doing everything in its power to limit the impact of this situation. Our social media agents are assisting customers 24/7 to inform customers rapidly and in real time.“