Brussels Airport shut down by unannounced controllers’ strike

A work action orchestrated by the guild of Belgian air traffic controllers brought flights to a halt at Brussels Airport less than 10 days after the airport restarted services following the March 22 deadly terrorist attacks . The air traffic controllers staged an unannounced sickout on April 12 to...

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