A work action orchestrated by the guild of Belgian air traffic controllers brought flights to a halt at Brussels Airport less than 10 days after the airport restarted services following the March 22 deadly terrorist attacks. The air traffic controllers staged an unannounced sickout on April 12 to protest Belgocontrol making changes to employees’ retirement benefits. Brussels Airport, which reopened on April 3 after being closed by the terrorist bombing at the airport, initially said ...

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