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Brussels Airport Update @ 09.00hrs at 30th March

Brussels Airport Update @ 09.00hrs at 30th March

Brussels Airport currently remains closed. As a result, all Aer Lingus flights to and from Brussels on, Wednesday 30th March, Thursday 31st March and Friday 1st April have been cancelled.

Wednesday 30th March

EI 630 Dublin to Brussels – cancelled
EI 631 Brussels to Dublin – cancelled
EI 638 Dublin to Brussels – cancelled
EI 639 Brussels to Dublin – cancelled

Thursday 31st March

EI 630 Dublin to Brussels – cancelled
EI 631 Brussels to Dublin – cancelled
EI 638 Dublin to Brussels – cancelled
EI 639 Brussels to Dublin – cancelled

Friday 1st April

EI 630 Dublin to Brussels – cancelled
EI 631 Brussels to Dublin – cancelled
EI 634 Dublin to Brussels – cancelled
EI 635 Brussels to Dublin – cancelled
EI 638 Dublin to Brussels – cancelled
EI 639 Brussels to Dublin – cancelled

Aer Lingus passengers who have bookings on flights to or from Brussels on any date up to and including 8th April may change for free online to another date of travel or may request a full refund, or alternatively they can contact the call centre on +353 1 886 8989, or in the USA on (800) 585-0672.

For any passengers who have bookings on flights to or from Brussels beyond 8th April, should normal scheduled service not yet have resumed, Aer Lingus commits to continuing to offer the change for free facility or a full refund.

Aer Lingus is continuing to review the situation with the relevant authorities on an on-going basis and aims to provide updates of any schedule changes to its passengers in a timely manner, allowing sufficient notice to change travel plans.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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