Frankfurt Airport cancels 150 flights due to Hurricane Sabin

About 150 flights out of nearly 1,200 scheduled for Monday, February 10 were cancelled due to bad weather.
The airport in the German city of Frankfurt has cancelled nearly 150 flights due to the powerful hurricane zabin, which engulfed Germany on February 9. This is reported by Reuters.

According to a representative of Fraport, which manages the airport, about 150 flights out of nearly 1,200 scheduled for Monday, February 10 were cancelled due to bad weather. A powerful hurricane is expected to reach Frankfurt on Monday.

In addition, the largest German carrier Lufthansa announced the cancellation of short and long-haul flights from Munich Airport on Monday from 12 to 23 hours.

Recall, because of bad weather in Africa killed hundreds of people. Prolonged rainfall has triggered floods and landslides that have killed 132 people in Kenya, more than 50 in Tanzania and 38 in Burundi.

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