berlin - Some 2400 people forced the night of Thursday on Friday at the airports of Berlin. Due to the storm that crossed the north and east of Germany from Thursday afternoon, air traffic around the German capital was severely distorted.
At the two major Berlin airports around ninety flights were canceled. In particular, at Tegel airport, the condition Thursday night was chaotic by passengers who wanted information or tried to get away by taxi or bus from the airport. For the travelers who stranded, the airports provided field beds and blankets.
The emergency weather in northern Germany was accompanied by storm, storm and hail. A tornado was observed near Hamburg. The storm demanded at least two human lives by falling trees. Train traffic also experienced serious obstacles. Hundreds of passengers stranded on stations on Thursday because they could no longer reach their destination. The railways provided some sleepers at some places.
At the Berlin airports Tegel and Schönefeld, the situation was normalized at the end of Friday morning. Meteorologists expect a few thunderstorms in the coming days.