Censor.NET reports citing Тhe Associated Press.
Security at the airport was tight with completely new check-in procedures for passengers. Two other planes to Athens and Turin were scheduled to leave later on Sunday.
Arnaud Feist, the CEO of Brussels Airport Co., called Sunday's flights a symbolic "sign of hope" following "the darkest days in the history of aviation in Belgium."
He also thanked all employees for their courage.
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