Prague’s Ruzyně international airport cancelled ten flights on Thursday due to bad weather conditions, a spokeswoman for the airport said. The airport cancelled flights to and from Paris, Vienna, Brussels and Leipzig. The situation has however improved since earlier this week when several dozen flights, particularly to and from the UK had to be cancelled.
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