Explosions at Brussels Airport.
Brussels Airport being evacuated.
Brussels Airport remains closed tomorrow Thursday and Friday
French air traffic control strike set to cause disruption.
A French air traffic control strike is set to delay passengers travelling to and from the continent this weekend.
The European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation posted on its website that French aviation agency DSNA confirmed industrial action would go ahead in France from 5am on Sunday until 5am on Tuesday.
There is "high participation" expected by area control centres in Paris, Marseille and Brest over the 48-hour period.
A 20% reduction in flights is due to affect seven airports across France, including Marseille, Lyon and Paris Orly, DSNA said.
Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrenees, Pau airport in the Pyrenees and Bastia-Poretta airport in Corsica will also have reduced flights, but Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris is not thought to be affected.
Adria Airways pilots announce strike for 18 March
Pilots at Slovenia's flag carrier Adria Airways have announced a strike for 18 March in order to get the company's management to sign a new collective bargaining agreement.
The strike action will run between 5 AM and midnight on 18 March on the premises of Adria Airways's operative centre at Brnik airport, and at other airports.
UPDATE March 16: Adria pilots call off strike after new German owner takes over
Australian Airport strikes planned for Easter
Easter travel plans could be thrown into chaos with Border Force and immigration department staff at international airports across Australia to take strike action on the eve of Good Friday.
The Community and Public Sector Union says thousands of public servants from agencies such as Medicare and Centrelink will also take industrial action in the week of March 21 to protest against pay offers and rights and conditions being stripped away.