Montpellier Airport is closed
Montpellier Airport is closed. The flight is withdrawn
Montpellier airport in the south of France was closed early Saturday morning after a cargo airplane didn’t land and ended up on the shores of a close-by lake.
“Sophisticated” operations to take away the plane from the positioning started on Sunday and officers hope to have the ability to resume flight connections by the start of the week.
“I can’t give an actual timetable but, however in any case, we hope that flights will resume early subsequent week,” Herald Meyer identified this Sunday
Rain could have precipitated the West Atlantic Boeing 737 plane to make a troublesome touchdown. The three crew members of the airplane weren’t injured.
Montpellier Airport receives 197,000 passengers per 30 days in the course of the summer season season.