Airport security across Europe is under review after the check-in area of Brussels’ Zaventem airport was hit with two explosions on Tuesday.
At around 8 a.m., two blasts tore through the public area of Zaventem airport, where people were checking in and seeing off loved ones.
It’s raised serious questions about the vulnerability of airport reception areas and entrances. Here’s how European countries are changing their airport security in the wake of the Brussels attack.
Brussels Airport is preparing to partially resume passenger flights and to implement new security measures at Belgian airports, the government said Saturday. Flights won’t resume until Tuesday, March 29. The airport received permission Friday afternoon for engineers to inspect the building and assess the damage.