The attacks in the Belgian capital Brussels has led to the cancellation of flights and Eurostar trains into the city. Here's the latest travel advice if you are planning to visit Belgium:
- Brussels airport
Brussels airport is to remain closed on Wednesday. There will also be no flights on Thursday.
- Foreign Office
The Foreign Office has updated its travel advice for Belgium, advising against all but essential travel to Brussels.
Eurostar reinstated some services to and from Brussels this afternoon.
The train operator is expecting to run a full service on Wednesday, but warned passengers stations would be busy.
It asked them to check updates and if they are travelling leave at least 60 minutes for check-in.
- British Airways
BA flights to Brussels remain cancelled on Wednesday.
Get the latest information on flights here.
The budget airline has cancelled its flights to and from Brussels today.
EasyJet travellers can find information on their flights here.
- Heathrow Airport
There is an increased police presence at Heathrow Airport, and passengers are being advised to check with their flight status with their airline before travel.
- Gatwick Airport
Flights are departing and landing as normal from Gatwick, the airport says, but there are increased police and security patrols.
Ryanair said its flights to and from Brussels on Wednesday would operate from Charleroi airport, 46km from Brussels.
For more information, visit their website.
- Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlines flights from Manchester have been cancelled, the airline says.
Everyone with a booking from/to Brussels Airport up to 28 March, can request a refund or rebook their flight here.
- Stansted Airport
Whilst there are no direct flights to Brussels Airport from Stansted, the airport says that police have increased their presence as a precaution.
- Manchester Airport
A Manchester Airport spokesman, said:
- Increased police presence at UK transport hubs
Prime Minister David Cameron said police presence is being stepped up at ports, airports, Tube stations and international railway stations in Britain in the wake of the attacks in Brussels.
In a statement, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, the national lead for Counter Terrorism Policing, said: