Algiers — National airline Air Algerie announced Monday in a communiqué the resumption from Wednesday of Algiers-Brussels-Algiers flights.
The flights were suspended following the Brussels airport attacks.
In this context, the national airline asked passengers traveling from Brussels Airport to "make registration three hours before boarding for logistical reasons relating to the security measures set up by the local authorities," the statement said.
Brussels airport partially reopened Sunday after twelve days of closure.
As for the resumption of flights to Brussels from Ahmed Ben Bella Airport of Oran, Air Algeria says they have not been yet scheduled.
"Air Algerie will inform its passengers as soon as all its flights to Brussels airport resume," the source added.
Air Algerie had suspended its flights to Brussels, last March 22nd following the attacks that targeted the international airport of Brussels-Zaventem.