Greek air company Aegean Airlines said on Tuesday that it is suspending all flights to and from Brussels airport after the explosions at its departures terminal.
The A3 620 flight of Aegean Airlines that departed this morning at 8:30 am from Athens International Airport with Belgium as its destination, was diverted to Dusseldorf. The rest of the flights to and from Brussels from Athens Airport have been cancelled.
The Belgian air traffic control service said that all flights at the Brussels airport have been suspended. All the airports in Europe are also stand-by, as the security measures in Roissy airport in Paris have been intensified after the two explosions in Brussels. In addition, security measures in Frankfurt airport and Gatwick Airport in London have escalated.