Paris airport terminal may stay shut till late Saturday - CEO

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March 18, 2017 13:31
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PARIS  - The south terminal of Paris' Orly airport may remain closed until Saturday evening following an incident in which soldiers shot dead a man who had tried to seize a soldier's weapon, the head of airport operator ADP said.

The airport's other terminal could reopen sooner, chief executive Augustin de Romanet told reporters.

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