IATA chief ciritcizes check-in facilities at Brussels Airport.
BRUSSELS, April 27 (KUNA) -- Tony Tyler, the head of IATA, the international association of airline companies, criticised Wednesday the new temporary check-in facilities at Brussels Airport describing the set-up as "dangerous". Belgian media quoted him saying that "the temporary check-in has resulted in a concentration of people who could form a target." The IATA chief spoke of a bothersome situation for passengers. Expanding the security perimeter would not solve the problem, he added. Tyler visited new check-in facility at Brussels airport last week. Brussels Airport created the temporary check-in in order to be able to restart flights before the renovated departure hall could once again be taken into service. The departure hall was damaged during the attacks of 22 March. (end) nk.mt
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