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Articles tagged “brussels”

Airlines

Belgian Officials Meet to Determine How to Reopen Brussels’ Airport

Brussels' problems have been exacerbated by the Belgian government's inability to carry out the basic duties of government.

Belgian Officials Meet to Determine How to Reopen Brussels’ Airport

Airlines

Brussels Airport Will Reopen With Limited Services and Makeshift Hangars

This is a passenger experience that will no doubt leave many unnerved.

Brussels Airport Will Reopen With Limited Services and Makeshift Hangars

Airlines

Brussels Airlines Shifts Flights to 4 Other Airports After Bombs Close Its Hub

It's a huge undertaking to move flights and crews to other airports. Even trying to pull this off deserves respect.

Brussels Airlines Shifts Flights to 4 Other Airports After Bombs Close Its Hub

Airlines

Brussels Airport Will Be Closed to Passengers Until at Least Tuesday

Belgian authorities most certainly want to get the airport operational as soon as possible, but they don' want to move so fast they lose insight into how the bombing happened.

Brussels Airport Will Be Closed to Passengers Until at Least Tuesday

Tourism

Belgian Chocolate Shops Prepare for a Decline in Tourism

While people will likely cancel trips, Europe will likely see a stronger year than they would have otherwise had, thanks to the strong dollar.

Belgian Chocolate Shops Prepare for a Decline in Tourism

Tourism

TripAdvisor and Industry Groups Are Optimistic About Europe, Despite Travel Alert

Only a small percentage of Americans generally travel to Europe anyway and many will undoubtedly opt for vacations closer to home. Still, travel usually recovers a few months after a major incident unless disruptions become persistent, which is the fear.

TripAdvisor and Industry Groups Are Optimistic About Europe, Despite Travel Alert

Airlines

The Airport Security Measure That Works, Yet too few Airports Use

Airports in the U.S. don't copy Israel's security measures because that would mean employing a highly skilled, fairly compensated workforce. And despite the bluster of political leaders, they're not wiling to go that far for security.

The Airport Security Measure That Works, Yet too few Airports Use

Airlines

Europe’s Airport Leaders Push for Greater Security Coordination After Brussels Attacks

All of us are shaken by today's events, but blaming airports for proving an easy target in this case is not the answer. Security of citizens around the world is vital, but giving up the freedoms and unity of Europe in these circumstances is akin to capitulation.

Europe’s Airport Leaders Push for Greater Security Coordination After Brussels Attacks

Airlines

Airline, Hotel and Other Travel Stocks Fall After Attacks in Brussels

This will have a short-term impact, as did the Paris attacks. It's the reaction that politicians will have that is the real threat to tourism and quality of life.

Airline, Hotel and Other Travel Stocks Fall After Attacks in Brussels

Airlines

After Brussels Attacks U.S. Will Tighten Security at Airports and Transit Points

Our airports and other transit points would already be safer if leaders didn't rely on poorly paid employees with little job security.

After Brussels Attacks U.S. Will Tighten Security at Airports and Transit Points