Ryanair and ANA back in Brussels soon

More and more carriers are announcing the resumption of services from Brussels Airport following the 22/3 attacks.

The Japanese carrier ANA will resume flights starting 11 April. The announcement is good news for the airport that may have worried that Brussels could undergo the same fate as Paris. Following the Paris attacks ANA and its rival Japan Airlines saw cancellations and a fall in bookings. Flights to Paris were reduced and stopped.

As of 11 April ANA or All Nippon Airways will fly from Tokyo to Brussels using a Boeing B787 Dreamliner.

Good news too for Ryanair travellers. The airline resumes flights from Brussels this coming Friday. Flights to some destinations will still depart from Charleroi though at least until 19 April. Passengers should check their flights before going to the airport.