London City Airport says it has now reopened, disruption expected | Reuters

LONDON London City Airport has reopened after emergency services said there was no evidence of a suspected chemical incident which had prompted the evacuation of 500 passengers.'Airport has now reopened,' the airport said on Twitter. 'We thank passengers for their patience, access to terminal will be staggered and disruption to flights expected.' (Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; editing by Stephen Addison)

Reuters October 22, 2016 00:31:32 IST
London City Airport says it has now reopened, disruption expected
| Reuters

London City Airport says it has now reopened disruption expected
 Reuters

LONDON London City Airport has reopened after emergency services said there was no evidence of a suspected chemical incident which had prompted the evacuation of 500 passengers."Airport has now reopened," the airport said on Twitter. "We thank passengers for their patience, access to terminal will be staggered and disruption to flights expected."

(Reporting by Guy Faulconbridge; editing by Stephen Addison)

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