American Airlines cancels flights to Brussels in wake of terror attacks
American Airlines announced in a press release that it cancelled all air service to Brussels in the wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks on the Belgian capital, Sputnik reported.
Earlier in the day, a series of blasts hit Brussels' Zaventem airport and a central metro station, killing at least 34 people and injuring around 230.
"When operations at the Brussels airport resume, we will re-accommodate our customers on available flights," the release stated.
American Airlines' customers booked for travel to and from Brussels on March 22 and March 23, the note added, may request a refund or reschedule travel through April 5.
At this time, the release added, all employees and crew members of American Airlines were safe and accounted for in Brussels.