Monday, December 11, 2017

Snow in Europe triggers transport chaos

Snow in Europe
Heavy snow blanketing northern Europe has caused many flight cancellations and delays at Schiphol airport in the Netherlands and Brussels airport.

Nearly 300 KLM flights were cancelled at Schiphol, while Brussels airport scrapped at least 50.

Travellers have been advised to check flight updates at home, rather than set off for the airport in bad weather.

In Germany the heavy snow has caused many car crashes and traffic jams, as well as train delays.
More than 300 flights were cancelled on Sunday at Frankfurt airport, the busiest in Germany.

In France 32 regions were put on an emergency footing, as snowstorms battered coastal areas and cut power to thousands of homes.

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