On Tuesday evening, 29 August, Berlin Tegel airport has temporarily ceased to accept and send flights. The reason was defusing a bomb during the Second world war in the district of Spandau, situated in the vicinity of the air Harbor.
The message about the interruption of the work appeared in Twitter the airport. “Because of the bomb during the Second world war in Spandau in the evening there will be restrictions to air traffic,” reads the first tweet on the topic.
Then at the airport saidthat because of security reasons during the neutralization will not be made in the departure and landing of aircraft.
The Berlin police confirmed on Twitter that work on the bomb disposal began.
During the Second world war on Hitler’s Germany was dropped over 2 million bombs, more than 20% of which did not explode, said TASS. Every few months, sometimes more often, these shells find work in the construction of roads or laying foundations for new buildings.