After Brussels Airlines, the government is considering, in turn, lawsuits.
Political and judicial pressure is rising daily a bit more at Skeyes, a public air traffic control company in Belgium.
On Thursday, the company "Brussels Airlines" from a judge received the payment of fines from Skeyes in the event of new interruptions to the operation of air traffic controllers in the coming days: 10 000 Euros with a canceled European flight, 20 000 for intercontinental flights. And that until May 26 (read our previous edition). Damocles' damn sword … Friday, the federal government took action. (…)