Alitalia will tomorrow operate 12 special flights to and from Liege replacing Brussels services
Alitalia will strengthen efforts to provide all necessary assistance to passengers affected by the closure of Brussels Zaventem airport following the terrorist attacks in Brussels. Throughout 24 March and the morning of 25 March, the Company will move its flights originally scheduled to and from the Belgian capital to Liege (a Belgian town south-east of Brussels), providing twelve special flights to and from Rome and Milan. Alitalia staff usually based in Brussels will assist passengers at the Liege airport. Alitalia has also extended until 3 April the rebooking and refunding options.
Alitalia will operate the following twelve flights to and from Liege:
AZ 4012 Rome Fiumicino – Liege (departure at 8:20am)
AZ 4013 Liege – Rome Fiumicino (departure at 11:30am)
AZ 4014 Rome Fiumicino – Liege (departure at 3:00pm)
AZ 4015 Liege – Rome Fiumicino (departure at 6:10pm)
AZ 4024 Rome Fiumicino – Liege (departure at 3:35am in the night between March 24 and 25)
AZ 4025 Liege – Rome Fiumicino (departure on March 25 at 6:45am)
AZ 4016 Milan Linate – Liege (departure at 7:00am)
AZ 4019 Liege – Milan Linate (departure at 9:25am)
AZ 4020 Milan Linate – Liege (departure at 12:55pm)
AZ 4021 Liege – Milan Linate (departure at 3:20pm)
AZ 4022 Milan Linate – Liege (departure at 5:45pm)
AZ 4023 Liege – Milan Linate (departure at 8:10pm)
Following the updated re-booking policy for Brussels flights: in case of flight cancellation or delay by more than 5 hours, all passengers who purchased a ticket with departure date within 3 April are eligible to ask for full refund. If they purchased a ticket with departure date within 3 April and may need to change their travel arrangements, Alitalia will offer them re-booking or re-routing options free of charge.
Alitalia will keep travelers informed with updates about its flight status information to and from Brussels both on its website and social media platforms. Information are available also through special line: 800650055 from Italy (toll free number) and +39.06.65649 for passengers calling from abroad.