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Berlin-Spandau: Flying bomb in Haselhorst releases flight chaos in Berlin – Berlin

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

The founding of an air bomb from the Second World War on a company site on the street Am Juliusturm in the Spandau district Haselhorst on Tuesday evening led to considerable traffic noise in Berlin. During the defuse of the bomb, which was a Russian 100-kilo model, no aircraft could land at Tegel Airport. According to the airport, 24 flights had to be diverted to Schönefeld, where they were stationed at BER, which had not yet been opened Hundreds of travelers then sat down at the terminal. The defusing of the bomb began at 8 pm. The first detonator had already been defused before nine o'clock; The work could only be successfully completed shortly before 11 pm. "No takeoffs and landings because of the defacement of the world war bomb," the airport had tweeted shortly after 8 pm. Later, changes were made to the start-up of the plant. As a spokesman for Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg GmbH reported at the early Wednesday morning, some of the machines could still fly to Tegel in the late evening. However, the majority of the aircraft had to remain in Schönefeld. The Fluhhafen Tegel was closed for three hours, according to the spokesman. After lifting the ban at 11 pm, the night flight ban had been lifted in consultation with the authorities. Three hours of waiting on board A Tagesspiegel reader reported that she had flown with her daughter from Cologne / Bonn to Berlin at 8.30 pm. Because Tegel could not be lured at around 9.20 pm, the aircraft landed at 10:40 pm in Schönefeld or on the BER, which had not yet been commissioned. There the passengers had stuck in the airplane for three hours, on the grounds that there were too few stairs and buses.To drink there was also hardly anything, the crew said it had very little water and other food on board the Air- Berlin machine (although Eurowings had been booked). At 1.30 clock the travelers could leave the machine, public transport was no longer there and also taxis allowed to collect in Schönefeld only on order passengers. Waiting in the taxiclange reported that their suitcases were no longer unloaded. They left without their luggage. The woman came with her daughter only at 3 in the morning – 5 hours later than scheduled – in her home in the inner city of Berlin. The police had evacuated in the evening also some nearby shops and a Kleingartensiedlung. The surrounding streets had previously been blocked, also bus lines 236, 133, X33 as well as the subway line U7 between Rathaus Spandau and Rohrdamm was interrupted for several hours. The concert of the band Cypress Hill on the citadel was not affected.


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