Flights resume at Germany's Hannover Airport after man drove into secure area


Hanover airport in Germany is on lockdown after a man drove through the gate in an attempt to get on to the runway. The vehicle was stopped by the police and the driver was detained.

Take-offs and landings were suspended while the incident was investigated, though the airport's terminals remained open.

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Police stopped the silver BMW with Polish licence plates and overwhelmed the man on Saturday afternoon (local time) after he drove through a gate and onto the apron where planes park and are loaded. According to police, the incident is not being treated as terror-related, and the gentleman involved was believed to be acting alone.

A rapid drug test showed initial indications of anesthetic effects on the man, who was taken a blood sample. Authorities eventually towed away the auto and searched outside the airport for other possible threats. It's unclear whether or not this was the suspect's intention.

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The incident occurred at 15:40 local time. Thankfully, there were no casualties from either incident.

Millions of people fly through it every year, but it is not considered one of Germany's major hubs. It is a focus airport for several German holiday operators, such as Condor, Sun Express and TUI fly Deutschland.

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