BRUSSELS, April 2 (Reuters) – Brussels-Zaventem airport, closed since the attacks of 22 March, partially reopen Sunday announced Saturday its director. “Tomorrow Sunday Brussels Airport should be partially operational. We should indeed receive (…) Today the official authorization to restart,” said Arnaud Feist, at a press conference. “We have planned for tomorrow the first three passenger flights to Faro, Turin and Athens flights operated by Brussels Airlines. We opted consciously for a limited supply in single, which will evolve gradually. The access will be possible only by car or taxi during the early days. “Even partial resumption of activity is as fast a signal of hope and demonstrates our will and our strength to resurface and do not let us down,” a-t- he said. (Philip Blenkinsop Carraud with Simon in Paris, Jean-Philippe Lefief for the french service)
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