Brussels Airport Upbeat On Post-Attacks Recovery

Credit: Andries Cafmeyer
BRUSSELS—Brussels Airport (BRU) management said passenger and cargo traffic are recovering after the March 22 terrorist attacks. But the airport’s image once again was tarnished, as several flights suffered delays May 20 due to a shortage of air traffic controllers. A number of controllers called in...

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