Brussels airport terror attacks: 2 Jet Airways crew members injured

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Two staffers of Jet Airways were reportedly injured in the terror attack at Brussels airport. The external affairs ministry confirmed that a woman crew member of Jet was injured in the attack.

The Indian carrier will not be flying to Brussels, its European hub, as Jet’s website said soon after the attack that “flights departing to and from Brussels stand cancelled till March 26, 2016″.

Two Jet Airways flights, one from Delhi and the other from Mumbai, had landed just a little before the twin bomb blasts at the Brussels airport, data with aviation website Flightradar24 showed on Monday.

Jet Airways said it will soon be issuing a separate statement on the incident.

According to the data with the website, Jet Airways flight 9W 228 from Mumbai landed at Brussels at 7.11 a.m. local time while the one from Delhi 9W 230 landed at 8.08 am.

The Delhi flight would have reached Brussels just minutes after the bomb blast at the Departure airport at 8.00 am.

Several people were said to have been injured with one confirmed deaths.

Currently, Jet Airways operates daily non-stop flights to its European gateway at Brussels airport from its domestic hub in Mumbai and New Delhi.

Jet Airways has said that it was trying to ascertain the status of all its staff and passengers at the Brussels Zaventem airport, which was rocked by twin bomb blasts on Tuesday morning.

“Jet Airways is making all efforts to confirm the status of all its staff and guests,” the airline said in a statement.

“As per first information, the Jet Airways aircraft in Brussels are safe.”

Two Jet Airways flights, one from New Delhi and the other from Mumbai, had landed at Brussels around the time of the blast.

According to the data with the website, Jet Airways flight 9W 230 from New Delhi reached Brussels at 8:08 a.m., just minutes after the bomb blast at the Departure airport at 8.00 a.m.

Flight 9W 228 from Mumbai had landed at Brussels at 7.11 a.m. local tim

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