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Storm Sabine hits Frankfurt airport, train travel

Reuters Sunday, 9 February 2020 ()
Around 150 flights to and from Frankfurt airport, Germany's largest hub, were canceled on Sunday as storm Sabine reached Europe's largest economy, a spokeswoman for airport operator Fraport said.
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News video: Planes Wobble & Sway as They Try to Land in Powerful Storm Winds at Zurich Airport

Planes Wobble & Sway as They Try to Land in Powerful Storm Winds at Zurich Airport 00:30

Strong winds and heavy rain made it difficult for planes to land & hundreds of flights canceled at the Zurich airport thanks to Storm Ciara. Veuer’s Mercer Morrison has the story.

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