Airport in Los Angeles, closed due to strong winds

International Airport in Los Angeles was forced to suspend operations due to strong winds, writes The Los Angeles Times. Due to adverse weather conditions in the evening on November 30 dozens of flights were diverted to other airports.

Wind speed was 40 knots, or about 20.5 meters per second, which created serious difficulties for the take-off and landing. Representatives of the airport said they usually send or receive flight ends when the wind speed is 25 — 30 knots.

In addition, according to CNN, the wind has led to debris and foreign objects on the runway. Wind gusts led to disruptions in electricity airport, causing disruptions in coverage, as well as difficult work of scanners and pointers.

The process of the airport is restored.

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