Delta Air Lines Confirms Customers Killed During Brussels Attacks
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Delta Air Lines is reporting that its customers were among those killed during the explosions that ripped through Brussels Airport on March 22.
According to the official website of Delta Air Lines, the airline has sent specially trained Delta Care Team members to Brussels to assist families and friends of customers impacted by the terrorist attacks in Belgium.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian released a statement about the loss of life in Brussels:
“We are deeply saddened by the tragedy in Brussels. On behalf of all Delta people, I extend our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers to those who lost loved ones in the March 22 tragedy in Brussels. Delta people are grieving with you. Our teams continue to work around the clock to assist customers and provide assistance to family and friends of Delta customers.”
Brussels Airport remains closed through at least Tuesday, but Delta Air Lines is working with local authorities in Belgium to determine when airline operations can resume. For customers who have flights booked through Brussels, the Delta's Reservation Sales team is working to help change their travel plans.
For more information about Delta Air Lines and the latest updates regarding the Brussels Airport attack, check out the company’s official website.
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