Germany’s largest airport will close one of two passenger terminals
Due to lack of passengers, Frankfurt Airport closes one of its two passenger terminals.
About it reports “European truth” with reference to Spiegel Online.
Terminal 2 and its parking lot will be temporarily closed next Tuesday. The airport explained the terminal’s shutdown as a critical shortage of passengers.
“With the expected reduction in the number of return flights, the volume (passenger traffic) on the spot will be -95%,” said the spokesman for the flight.
Last year, more than 70 million passengers took advantage of Germany’s largest airport. The record for the day was 240,000. During the week of March 23-29, only 119,000 passengers were registered.
We will remind, London evening London City Airport from the evening of March 25 suspended commercial and private flights in connection with the pandemic coronavirus.
In addition, from March 31, closed Orly Airport in Paris.
At the end of March, aviation in Europe dropped by 65% amid cancellation of flights and closure of airports due to the coronavirus pandemic.