London City Airport to reopen after WWII bomb removed

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London City Airport to reopen after WWII bomb removed

- financialexpress.com
13 Feb 2018
London City Airport was due to reopen today after the removal of a World War II bomb which had been discovered close to the runway. The 500-kilogramme German bomb was found early on Sunday morning in King George V Dock, during planned works close to London's most central airport. As bomb disposal experts from the police and Royal Navy worked to move the unexploded ...

Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle

13 Feb 2018
(FILES) In this file photo taken on Oct 27, 2017 British Airways planes taxi on the runway at London City airport with the financial towers and office buildings of the City of London in the background.London City Airport was closed on Feb 12, 2018 as military experts worked to remove a World War II bomb found in the neighbouring dock. The unexploded ordnance was discovered ...
- nst.com.my

London City Airport cancels all flights after discovery of huge WWII bomb

- smh.com.au
13 Feb 2018
London: Harried commuters here have heard it all. Delays due to nasty weather, terrorist attacks, endless repairs. But here's a fresh one: All flights to and from London City Airport were cancelled on Monday after an unexploded World War II bomb was found buried in the muck in the River Thames near the end of a runway.

London City Airport reopens after WW2 bomb removed from Thames

13 Feb 2018
"The World War Two ordnance discovered in King George V Dock has been safely removed by the Royal Navy and Met Police," Robert Sinclair, chief exective of London City Airport said in a statement. "As a result, the exclusion zone has now been lifted and the airport will be open as normal on Tuesday."
- irishtimes.com

Central London Airport Closed After World War II Bomb Discovered in River

- travelandleisure.com
13 Feb 2018
Affected airlines include British Airways, Lufthansa, Luxair, Flybe, KLM, CityJet, and Alitalia. Some, like CityJet and Alitalia, are switching to alternative airports like the London Stansted Airport and London Southend Airport, while others are canceling flights for the day altogether.

London City Airport shut down after World War

13 Feb 2018
"Following the discovery of a WW-II ordnance in King George V Dock as part of planned works, a 214m exclusion zone has been implemented. The airport is cooperating with the Met Police, Royal Navy and London Borough of Newham," the airport said in a statement.
- newsbytesapp.com

London City Airport 'is set to reopen tomorrow

- fb.me
13 Feb 2018
City Airport's chief executive Robert Sinclair said: 'The World War Two ordnance discovered in King George V Dock has been safely removed by the Royal Navy and Met Police. As a result, the exclusion zone has now been lifted and the airport will be open as normal on Tuesday.'
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