Brussels reopens airport days after suicide bombings

BRUSSELS —  Just days after Brussels airport was bombed by means of Jihadist suicide bombers,  the airport,  has formally reopened.

According to reports,   the first flights since the bombings took off Sunday but not before passengers were sent through intensified security.   The first flight reportedly jetted off to the Portuguese city of Faro.

Officials say that three more return flights are expected Sunday evening. 


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