On Friday, a Brussels Airlines plane bound for Brussels Airport could not take off in Tenerife, as a tyre sustained damage caused by debris on the runway. The flight could only leave for Zaventem on Sunday morning. Yesterday, a flight bound for Las Palmas had to make a U-turn shortly after take-off, after a bird had ended up in the engines. The plane returned to Brussels and could only leave today.
Because of these two incidents, Brussels Airlines had to scrap four flights, but passengers could leave with other aircraft. There are no new cancellations to be expected for Monday.