: Passengers checking in for the first flights since suicide bomb attacks in Brussels airport
Politics19:39 Apr. 3, 2016
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Passengers checking in for the first flights since suicide bomb attacks in Brussels airport

Ceo of Brussels airport company: "It's a very emotional moment for all of us"

With passengers checking in for the first flights since suicide bomb attacks, the head of Brussels airport says they've come to the end of long process.

Arnaud Feist, Ceo of Brussels Airport Company: "It's a very emotional moment for all of us, for me personally of course. W e've all worked day and night, literally day and night, over the last 12 days to make this moment possible so I think it's very important. There are only three flights today, it's just very symbolic flights, and as from tomorrow we'll have more flights and in the next few days we'll go up to 20 percent of our normal capacity and that's basically the maximum we can have in the temporary structure that we have built."

Watch also Brussels airport partially reopens Sunday twelve days after suicide bombings

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