Things are slowly getting back to normal in the Belgian capital following the Brussels terrorist attacks. The city's airport has partially re-opened with limited passenger flights taking off.
Almost two weeks after the terrorist attacks, Brussels' Zaventem airport has announced some flights will resume Sunday. Security is to be tightened with metal detectors in use and limited vehicle access.
He normally advises people on spiritual matters. But after last month’s terror attacks in Brussels, airport chaplain Michel Gaillard is busy helping staff cope with the trauma as they return to their jobs.
Train services have resumed at the Brussels metro station where 16 people were killed in a suicide bombing on March 22. Authorities have set up a wall of remembrance for commuters to leave messages of hope.
Brussels Airport has reopened with three flights and strict additional security checks for passengers. The key transport hub has been closed since two men blew themselves up in the departure hall on March 22.
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