DENVER -- Operations are normal at Denver International Airport on Tuesday after a series of explosions in Brussels killed at least 28 people. Two of the explosions ripped through Brussels International Airport.
There are no direct flights between Brussels and Denver, but travelers can book travel to the Belgium capital through a code share agreement Brussels Airlines has with United Airlines and travel there through Washington.
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Brussels Airlines is also with Lufthansa Group and travelers can fly from Denver to Germany then to Brussels on Lufthansa Airlines.
In a statement on its website, Brussels Airlines said: "Due to two explosions at Brussels Airport this morning, March 22nd, the airport is closed until further notice. As a consequence all flights to and from Brussels Airport are cancelled today.
"Passengers holding a ticket for a Lufthansa Group flight (Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, Swiss, Austrian Airlines and Germanwings) between today and 28 March to/from/via Brussels can rebook or refund their ticket for free.
"Passengers who booked their ticket via a travel agency are kindly asked to contact the agency for their rebooking or refund."
United Airlines had two arrivals in Brussels on Tuesday morning. Flight 950 from Washington Dulles arrived at 7 a.m. and Flight 999 from Newark Liberty International Airport was rerouted to a "remote location." All other United flights to Brussels have been suspended.