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Nordic Aviation Group announced that all its flights to and from Brussels today have been canceled; travelers will be rerouted through Amsterdam.

NAG will be rerouting all passengers from its scheduled morning flight to Brussels to a Tallinn-Amsterdam flight; all passengers on its scheduled morning flight from Brussels to Tallinn will be transferred either to an Amsterdam-Tallinn flight or another airport for a flight back to Tallinn. NAG has arranged for bus transport between Brussels and Amsterdam for its passengers.

The airline has also scheduled additional flights on its evening Tallinn-Amsterdam-Tallinn route in order to accommodate all passengers who still wish to make it to their destination.

NAG has requested that all Brussels-route passengers contact them as soon as possible regarding their tickets for today's flights. NAG can be reached via email at info@nagroup.ee, via phone at +372 664 2200, or by contacting them via the airline's Facebook page.

Editor: Editor: Aili Sarapik



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