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HELSINKI, March 27 /TASS/. Finnish air company Finnair will cancel seven flights between Helsinki and Brussels on March 28-29, the air carrier’s press service reported on Saturday evening.
Six flights will be made on Monday, March 28, and only one fight on Tuesday morning.
We are going to follow the situation and will provide information on new cancelled flights as soon as we receive confirmed information from the authorities about the situation at Brussels airport, Finnair said.
Finnair has offered its passengers to exchange the tickets booked for Brussels or put off the departure to a later date.
The Finnish air carrier is sending huge planes to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and Dusseldorf, Germany.
Two explosions rocked through the airport and the Maelbeek metro station in Brussels on March 22. According to the latest official reports, 31 people were killed, of whom 24 have been identified. Another 340 people were injured. They include citizens of 40 countries. There are no Russians among them.