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22 Feb

Air France Delays

Air France have announced it will only carry out three in four planned flights today (Thursday 22nd February) and warned of travel delays and disruptions after worker unions called a strike over pay. According to the airline’s forecast, only half of the long-haul flights leaving Paris today will be going ahead which will cover 75% of middle distance flights to and from the city’s Charles de Gaulle airport.

Disruptions to short flights will be less onerous, though the airline forecast it will cover only 85% of those. In all, the strikes will hit a quarter of all Air France flights.

12 Feb

London City Airport is closed

London City Airport is closed and all flights cancelled after WWII bomb is found in King George V dock. All flights in and out of London City on Monday are cancelled and an exclusion zone is in place in the immediate area.

23 Jan

A tsunami alert has been issued after a 7.9-magnitude earthquake was recorded off the coast of Alaska in the US

It hit about 300km south-east of Kodiak at a depth of 10km at 00:31 (09:31 GMT), the US Geological Survey said.
The US National Weather Service says a warning is in effect for the coasts of British Columbia and Alaska, while the US west coast is on tsunami watch.
Officials in Anchorage warned coastal areas, saying there was “extraordinary threat to life or property”.
The alert told people to seek refuge on higher ground in affected areas.
The NWS Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre said that, based on the preliminary earthquake parameters, “widespread hazardous tsunami waves were possible”.