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MOSCOW, April 7. /TASS/. Russian flagship carrier Aeroflot resumes flights to Brussels starting from Thursday, April 7.
According to him, only one of two flights to Brussels that were made earlier has been resumed (SU2618 Moscow-Brussels and SU2619 Brussels-Moscow).
The date of resumption of the second flight (SU 2168 Moscow-Brussels and SU2169 Brussels-Moscow) has not been defined yet.
Aeroflot cancelled the flights following a terrorist attack in the international airport of Brussels in March. The airport did not operate for several days after the attack. The first flight from the Brussels airport was made on April 3.