Two airports near Paris will be closed temporarily due to the sharp decrease of passenger flow caused by the epidemic

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 Two airports near Paris will be closed temporarily due to the sharp decrease of passenger flow caused by the epidemic


(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)) (); Paris Airport Group announced on April 25 that it would stop commercial flights at Paris oli airport from 0:00 on April 1, and the recovery time will be notified separately. The group said that novel coronavirus pneumonia caused a significant decrease in the number of flights at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport, the two largest airports: De Gaulle International Airport last week dropped by 70%, and the number dropped by 75%; on 24, the passenger traffic at De Gaulle International Airport dropped 89%, and dropped 92%. In order to reduce operating costs, the airport will temporarily close the take-off and landing of commercial flights, only for flights for health purposes and national needs. Later in the day, Watts province also announced that the Paris - Beauvais airport in the province will be closed from the 26th until a new decision is made. Beauvais airport mainly operates low-cost flights. According to the airport management data, the airport in 25 only 7 flights take off and land. The spread of the novel coronavirus pneumonia has forced many countries and regions to take measures to close the border and restrict the flow of personnel. Novel coronavirus pneumonia diagnosed in more than 460 thousand and 5 countries has been diagnosed and broken up by 30 thousand countries, high specification to meet Chinas material: the premier sent a pro to foreign media: Spain Vice Prime Minister Zhao Lixian new crown virus detection positive. Source: CCTV news client editor: _NAG3173

Paris Airport Group announced on April 25 that it will stop commercial flights at Paris oli airport from 0:00 on April 1. The recovery time will be notified later. The group said that novel coronavirus pneumonia caused a significant decrease in the number of flights at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport, the two largest airports: De Gaulle International Airport last week dropped by 70%, and the number dropped by 75%; on 24, the passenger traffic at De Gaulle International Airport dropped 89%, and dropped 92%. In order to reduce operating costs, the airport will temporarily close the take-off and landing of commercial flights, only for flights for health purposes and national needs.

Later in the day, Watts province also announced that the Paris - Beauvais airport in the province will be closed from the 26th until a new decision is made. Beauvais airport mainly operates low-cost flights. According to the airport management data, the airport in 25 only 7 flights take off and land.

The spread of the novel coronavirus pneumonia has forced many countries and regions to take measures to close the border and restrict the flow of personnel.