Air traffic in France should return to normal after a snowfall

Air traffic, which was disrupted in France because of snowfall, gradually getting back to normal, it said the largest French airline Air France.

According to the orders of the chief of Civil Aviation (DGAC) of France, on Sunday and Monday because of snowfall airlines have cut about 40% of flights out of Paris Roissy (CDG) and Orly.

"Improving weather conditions this morning made it possible to reduce the risk of flight cancellations and delays," — said in a statement.

According to Air France, on Monday, none of its long-haul flights will not be canceled. In addition, the airline is willing to perform more than half the flights at short and middle distance of the planned capital airports Roissy and Orly airports.

"The situation is normal on Tuesday, January 22. Weather allows the company to get back to doing your graphics in full," — said the Air France.

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