Saturday , 24 October 2020

Airlines react to incident in Brussels, Delta offers support

American carriers including United, American, Delta and US Air have cancelled all flights to Brussels airports after the explosions yesterday morning.
UA950 from Washington Dulles and DL80 from Atlanta both landed at Brussels normally yesterday. UA999 from Newark and DL42 from New York were divereted to other airports in the region. AA751 was cancelled.
Delta will be accomodating passengers whose flights have been held or cancelled to, from or through Brussels. Further assistance is being extended in the form of a travel waiver on flights that are rescheduled to, from or through Amsterdam, Netherlands (AMS), Brussels, Belgium (BRU) and Paris, France (CDG).

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