Re: [78attendees] Brussels Airport Experiences?

"Dan Wing" <dwing@cisco.com> Mon, 02 August 2010 21:18 UTC

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Subject: Re: [78attendees] Brussels Airport Experiences?
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> I remember seeing one negative comment about the lead time needed
> flying out of BRU. Does anyone else have first hand reports from last
> week? I'm particularly interested in experiences flying back to the
> States on American Airlines.

I flew from Brussels on Saturday morning, 10am flight to JFK on American
Airlines.  Absolutely no problems or delays, security line was short, shops 
were open if you needed to buy some Belgian chocolate, etc.  Starbucks 
line was long, though.  The security interviewer (before you drop off
your bags and get your boarding pass) even had a sense of humor.

American still doesn't know how to fly people internationally, though..

-d