Brussels attack Brussels airline resumes flights

About 400 flights at Brussels were canceled Tuesday morning, according to Daniel Baker, CEO of flight tracking site FlightAware.com. Flight to Ghana were also canceled.

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Brussels Airlines resumed flights to and from Brussels on Wednesday after terror attacks on the Belgian Capital's international airport and a metro substation forced authorities to close the airport on Tuesday March 22.

In a press statement issued on Wednesday, the airline indicated commencement of flights to Brussels effective today, March 23.

About 400 flights at Brussels were canceled Tuesday morning, according to Daniel Baker, CEO of flight tracking site FlightAware.com. Flights to Ghana were also canceled.

Brussels Airline in total canceled 173 flights, Baker said.

A Belgian taxi  union urged its members to offer free rides to those stranded after the terror attacks.

In a tweet the union said, “Friends offer your services to your fellow citizens and help evacuate people safely. Thank you.”

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