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07 Feb 2019 | 06:31 PM UTC

Italy: Ciampino Airport in Rome resumes flight operations February 7 /update 1

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Authorities resume operations at Rome's Ciampino International Airport (CIA) after WWII bomb defused February 7; residual flight delays possible

TIMEFRAME expected from 2/7/2019, 12:00 AM until 2/9/2019, 11:59 PM (Europe/Rome). COUNTRY/REGION Ciampino International Airport (CIA)

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Airport officials reopened the main terminal and resumed flight operations at Rome's Ciampino G. B. Pastine International Airport (CIA) on Thursday evening (local time), February 7, after the military defused unexploded ordnance dating from the Second World War. Construction crews reportedly uncovered the bomb during site excavation at the airport. Residual flight disruptions are to be expected at CIA and other area airports in the coming hours. 


Individuals at or traveling via CIA are advised to confirm the status of their flights, to budget extra time to reach their gates, and contact their respective airlines for further details.


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