Belgium: Brussels Charleroi Airport also warns of disruption on 20 June because of planned strike
The national industrial action in Belgium scheduled for Monday, 20 June, will impact operations at Brussels Airport. It is expected that public transport will be heavily disrupted. Earlier this week, security staff working for G4S already announced to strike next Monday, resulting in possible long queues at the security checkpoints.
To avoid excessive waiting times on that day, a significant number of flights are being cancelled or rescheduled. The operational teams of Brussels Airport are currently coordinating this with all partners and airlines are adapting their schedules. Airlines will inform the passengers of the impacted flights.
Brussels Airlines, the biggest carrier at the airport, said it cancelled already half of Monday’s scheduled flights.
TUI fly Belgium will operate as scheduled.
If passengers want to fly on Monday, they are advised to travel with carry-on luggage only.
Passengers planning to fly into or out of the affected airport should contact their airline to confirm flight status.