Meanwhile, the Walloon government has mandated Pegasus, an aeronautical consulting company, "to see how to get around Skeyes," said regional minister in charge of airports, Jean-Luc Crucke. "On the side of Wallonia, we are getting closer and closer to a bye-bye Skeyes," he added.
The strike led to the cancellation of around 100 flights in Brussels and Charleroi. Brussels Airlines has expressed its exasperation at these repeated actions. It estimates that it has already suffered 4 million euros and is considering legal action against Skeyes.
The Brussels Times