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Canary Island airports reopen after Saharan sandstorm

WorldNews Monday, 24 February 2020
Canary Island airports reopen after Saharan sandstormCanary Islands airports resumed operations on Monday following a Saharan sandstorm that left hundreds of travellers stranded. ENAIRE, the air navigation manager in Spain and Western Sahara, tweeted that all airports reopened on Monday. It revealed that air traffic was restored overnight. Airport operations company Aena tweeted that all airports except Tenerife South Airport had commenced normal...
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News video: Sandstorm hits Canary Islands in Spain grounding flights

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Spanish authorities have suspended flights after storms of red sand from Africa's Saharan desert hit the Canary Islands.

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