Airport clossed, snow United Kingdom 

Cancellations and delays in Europe due to Storm Emma

The strong weather of snow and low temperatures forced to close several airports. The British Isles are the most affected by these hours because of Storm Emma and the Beast of the East. Strong winds of up to 120 kilometers per hour and a lot of snow have closed roads and also affected many flights. Some 500 departure flights have been canceled today in London, which has been struggling for several days due to the heavy storm. The airports of London-Heathrow, London-Gatwick, Birmingham, London-Luton, London-City, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Dublin, among…

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Delays and cancellations in Paris due to snow

The snowstorm started at night and is causing problems in the French capital. During the last night a heavy snowstorm broke out in the city of Paris, France. The precipitation continued during today, causing problems of cancellations and delays in some flights, at the airports of Paris-Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Paris-Orly (ORY). Some roads, such as those that access airports, have been disrupted by heavy snow. It is recommended that passengers with flights to or from the French capital keep in contact with their respective airlines to obtain updated information…

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Thousands of flights canceled by the Cyclone Bomb

The “Cyclone Bomb” left up to 45 centimeters of snow in some places and forced to cancel more than 4,000 flights. In the United States is unleashing one of the largest winter storms of recent times. The eastern and northeastern states received strong winds and a large snow fall. That is why more than 4,000 flights have been canceled Thursday. The city of New York was one of the hardest hit. With 5 inches (12 centimeters) of falling snow and strong winds, the airports serving the Big Apple and its…

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Atlanta Apagon Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport United States 

Electric blackout paralyzed Atlanta Airport

The busiest airport in the world recovers slowly. The Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is the busiest in the world and serves as a hub for airlines such as Delta, GeorgiaSkies and Southwest Airlines. On Sunday, an electrical blackout began around 1:00 pm local time and extended until 11:30 pm, causing numerous inconveniences such as more than 1000 flights canceled and others with delays. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a “ground stop” order for all flights to Atlanta, so numerous flights to Hartsfield-Jackson Airport did not take off directly…

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