Baku, May 2 AZERTAC
The departure lounge at Brussels Airport partially reopened Sunday for the first time since suicide bombers attacked on March 22, about six weeks ago. The bombers detonated explosives near the check-in desks, killing 16 people and gutting the building.
According to CNN, the airport at large reopened on a limited basis in early April.
The city remains on edge as police continue to hunt down those linked to the attack at the airport or the same-day deadly explosion at a Brussels metro station. The Maelbeek station, where 20 people were killed, reopened April 25.