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It’s a holiday exodus this weekend, as kids spent their last hours in school today.
The French region of Normandy is a delight: historic towns, lush countryside and coastal walks. Filled with tourists in the summer, off-season it’s quieter but no less charming.
There are still about 1,000 bags at Brussels Airport waiting to follow their owners on holiday, after a technical problem on Saturday.
The holiday traffic has begun, with tailbacks appearing on Belgium’s motorways as early as yesterday afternoon and reappearing this morning.
There are few barriers to getting health insurance coverage in Belgium; it is thankfully one of the easier tasks expats have to take on when moving here.
The 189 passengers blocked at Brussels South Charleroi airport finally took off for Algiers at 17.00 on Monday, reports RTBF.
Travel company Tui is maintaining flights to Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, despite Brussels Airlines and Thomas Cook cancelling services due to security concerns.
Brussels Airport has issued a warning for all passenger to arrive two hours ahead of their flights over the next three days. The airport in Zaventem expects 75,000 passengers in total today.
More people than ever before are planning to fly to foreign destinations for the autumn school holiday.