Brussels blasts: Airport warns passengers, says 'Don't come to the airport '

Brussels, March 22: Brussels Zaventem airport was rocked by two explosions on Tuesday, Mar 22 leaving one dead and many injured.

Shortly after the blasts ripped through the airport, the Brussels airport was quick and warned passengers from travelling towards the airport.

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Brussels blast: Airport warns passengers

The airport tweeted from its official Twitter account and said: "There have been 2 explosions at the airport. Building is being evacuated. Don't come to the airport area."

"Don't come to the airport - airport is being evacuated. Avoid the airport area. Flights have been cancelled," the airport tweeted.

People were being evacuated from the airport immediately after the blasts. Meanwhile the airport said: "All airport operations have been suspended until further notice. Follow the information on our website."

Brussels airport is closed until further notice, Eurocontrol, the European organisation for air navigation safety confirmed after the blasts.


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