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Enthusiasts Snowfall: Delays at the Airport Leipzig/Hall

13:40  02 december  2022
13:40  02 december  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Strong snowfall led to delays at Leipzig/Halle Airport on Friday morning. The reason was the winter use of the clearing vehicles and the de -icing of the aircraft, said Uwe Schuhart, spokesman for Mitteldeutsche Airport AG. There were no flight cancellations until morning. It was not so wintry at the Dresden Airport, so there were no impairments in the flight schedule.

Eine Passagiermaschine startet von einem Flughafen. © Julia Cebella/dpa/symbol image A passenger machine starts from an airport.

"We were prepared for the snowfall, finally the airport's own winter service observes the weather around the clock," emphasized shoe species. According to him, more than 70 winter service vehicles are available at the Leipzig/Halle airport alone.

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Starting in the first federal states from today. There are traffic jams and delays nationwide by Christmas Eve because many people travel to family and friends. FOCUS Online knows the critical routes. © Monika Skolimowska/dpa central picture/dpa/symbol image cars are stuck in a traffic area. Monika Skolimowska/dpa central picture/dpa/symbol image between Thursday afternoon and Friday evening the Christmas travel traffic in Germany culminated.

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