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Europe’s big freeze: Latest updates on travel disruption

Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2010-12-05

Heavy snowfall and below-freezing temperatures continue to disrupt travel across northern Europe on Sunday. FRANCE 24 brings you the latest information.

Rail travel

TGV: Normal circulation resumed Friday December 3. 

Eurostar: As of Monday December 6th, Eurostar will be running a near-normal service but warns that some services may be subject to last minute changes.  

Thalys: Circulation will be disrupted on Sunday December 5th as a result of difficult weather conditions. 

For more train information, visit the SNCF (France's national railway company) site.

Air travel

Charles de Gaulle airport (Paris): Risk of cancellations and delays.

Gatwick airport (London): Re-opened but delays and cancellations possible.

London City airport: Normal service.

Edinburgh airport: Reopened, but some cancellations.

Berlin airports: Normal service.

Brussels airport: Normal service.

Heathrow airport (London): Most flights operating.

Date created : 2010-12-02

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