Brussels Airport building stable despite attack
A team of engineers and technicians say the Brussels airport building is stable despite Tuesday’s bomb attack and the airport operator is ready to begin setting up temporary check-in desks.
Brussels Airport said in a statement Saturday that a "provisional investigation into the Brussels Airport’s terminal did not indicate any stability issues related to the terminal building."
A connector building where security and hand luggage checks are made was also deemed to be safe.
The airport, which handles 23.5 million passengers annually, said it would be next Tuesday at the earliest before flights could resume.