March 29 2016, Moscow. — Aeroflot informs that the airport of Brussels remains closed. Due to this fact Aeroflot announces changes in flight schedule until April 4, 2016.
The following flights are cancelled until April 4, 2016:
SU 2168 SVO — Brussels
SU 2618 SVO — Brussels
SU 2169 Brussels — SVO
SU 2619 Brussels — SVO
According to the preliminary information received from Belgian aviation authorities, the resumption of Aeroflot flights on the route Moscow — Brussels — Moscow is expected on April 5, 2016.
Due to the uncertainty of the further situation and the possible extension of the airport closure Aeroflot recommends passengers who planned to travel to Brussels to refrain from their trips.
Passengers of the mentioned flights are able to do the following:
— To return their tickets without incurring penalties at place of ticket’s purchase (for the tickets booked through Aeroflot website the return is possible via Aeroflot Call-centre);
— To change the departure date to the other, but not later than April 8, 2016. The simultaneous change of the departure date on the back segments is allowed, but with preserving the initial length of stay (plus/minus 7 days);
— To reissue tickets on the same date (plus/minus 1 day) with the segment change to/from Brussels to Germany, the Netherlands and France destinations. In this case passengers need to get to the starting/final destination by themselves.
Aeroflot will keep passengers informed of any flight changes as more information becomes available.
More information is available from Aeroflot’s 24-hour information and reservation centre: +7-495-223-5555 (Moscow), 8-800-444-5555 (free call within Russia) or the airline’s sales offices.