Starting as of tomorrow, Brussels Airport is in big business. The airport expects some 232 thousand passengers between Friday 30th of June and Sunday 2nd of July. This proves the airport has well recovered from the terrorist attack last year in March.
Tourists who enter the airport shouldn't take a fright when they meet one of the two BRUce Pepper's. They are robots, who zoom around the income hall. They'll greet you and you can have your boarding pass screened by them. The robot will then give you flight information, which weather to expect at your holiday destination, or which gate you need to be at. They can even show you the way to the toilets, take a selfie and whatever.
Guess they'll be fun for the many kids, who get easily bored while waiting for their plane.