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Brussels Airlines decamps after terrorist attack wrecks airport

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After the bombing, the carrier shifted some planes and crew to Frankfurt and Zurich, to maintain links with Africa and the US. Flights to European cities were moved to Antwerp and Liege.

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BRUSSELS Airlines NV, which lost its main airport hub after the worst terrorist attack in Belgium's history, has decamped to four other cities to maintain service, even using buses to get people to flights at alternative airports.

After the bombing, which killed 11 people

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