Brussels / Bloomberg
Brussels Airport will remain closed on Wednesday as terrorism investigators sift through the site seeking evidence in the twin bombing attacks a day ago that killed at least 31 people.
“Because the forensic investigation is still under way, we currently have no access to the building,” the airport said in a statement on its website. “It is therefore impossible for us to assess the damage. In the course of Wednesday we will assess when the operations can be resumed.”
Six stations on the national rail system in and around Brussels also remain shut. The main train stations, Nord and Midi, are open.