New Delhi: Jet Airways has confirmed that its two crew members have been injured in the deadly terror attack at the Brussels airport . The airline also informed that all the passengers have been shifted to the safer locations.
"Two cabin crew members from Jet Airways have been injured in Brussels airport in Brussels. Jet Airways guests in Brussels re-located to a safe location by Brussels Airport authorities. Passengers and staff have been cordoned off and are not allowed to access the airport terminals," told Jet Airways.
The airlines also announced full refund for passengers with confirmed tickets to and from Brussels till March 26.
"All guests with confirmed tickets to and from Brussels till March 26 will be allowed full refund of tickets. Such guests will also be allowed complimentary change of booking to alternate date," added Jet Airways.
Belgian firefighters said at least 21 people had died after "enormous" blasts hit Brussels airport and the city`s metro system on Tuesday.
Pierre Meys, pokesman for the Brussels fire brigade, told AFP that 11 people died in twin blasts at Brussels airport.
There were also "around 10 killed at the Maalbeek metro station where there was an enormous explosion," he said.
"Most of the wounded have been evacuated. The scene is rather chaotic," he said.
The toll at the airport was "initial," he said.
"A false ceiling collapsed with lots of rubble and so there could still be more victims," Meys added.