"This is an important day in the restoration (airport operations)", — quotes "Interfax" the Director of the air Harbor Arno Pasta.

He also expressed the hope that the work in full, the airport will be able to return by the middle of June.

On the morning of 22 March, two explosions have thundered at the airport of Brussels and another one at the metro station "Malbec". 32 people were killed, and about 340 were injured. Responsibility for the bombings took the banned terrorist organization "Islamic state" (ISIS or DAISH).

Brussels airport was completely closed for 12 days after the terrorist attacks.

Police records of surveillance cameras have identified the three suicide bombers. At the airport the surveillance cameras recorded one person escorting fighters, which were light clothing and a hat. Terrorist Mohammed Abrin has received in the media nickname "the man in the hat", in April was arrested and admitted that he participated in the preparation of Belgian attacks and helped plan a new series of bombings in Paris.