The first planes took off towards Lisbon and Frankfurt am Main at around 6 a.m., according to the flight plan published on the Internet. Additional machines should then follow at close intervals. The first landing was scheduled for 7:25 a.m. According to the schedule, all machines should start on Monday as planned. 152 takeoffs and 162 landings are planned for the day. The Federal Police, which is responsible for checking passengers and their luggage, also returned to normal operations. “We are working as normal,” said a spokesman.
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- Hamburg airport still closed due to hostage taking
Closed for more than 20 hours
The airport was closed for more than 20 hours after an armed man drove his car and his four-year-old child onto the airport apron on Saturday evening. The man surrendered to the police on Sunday afternoon. Flight operations had already started again on Sunday after the police operation ended at around 5:30 p.m. There were still cancellations and delays until the end of operations.
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