Photo Gallery: Snowy European winter

Heavy snow hits air travel, roads across Europe; airports throughout continent report cancellations to flights.

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
December 19, 2010 00:30

Snow covered plane in Germany 311. (photo credit: AP Photo/Gero Breloer)

 
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LONDON  — Blizzards and freezing temperatures shut down runways, train tracks and highways across Europe on Saturday, disrupting flights and leaving shivering drivers stranded on roadsides.




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Airports in Britain, Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands and Denmark reported cancellations or delays to flights.



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