Cyprus Mail
EuropeWorld

Frankfurt airport cancels about 100 flights due to storm Sabine

Around 100 flights to and from Frankfurt airport, Germany’s largest hub, have been cancelled so far on Sunday due to storm Sabine, a spokeswoman for airport operator Fraport said.

The number represents around 8% of the roughly 1,200 departures and arrivals planned in Frankfurt for the day, the spokeswoman said, adding cancellations would increase in the late afternoon when gale-force winds are expected to arrive in the city.

Related Posts

Turkish forces nearly ready for a Syria ground operation

Reuters News Service

Russia won’t stop strikes until it runs out of missiles – Zelenskiy

Reuters News Service

China tightens security after rare protests against COVID curbs

Reuters News Service

Erdogan says Turkish, Egyptian ministers to meet in process of building ties

Reuters News Service

Reuters News Service

UK government moves to defuse parliamentary row over onshore wind

Reuters News Service