Germany’s Memmingen Airport will shut down operations from Sept. 17-30 to modify the runway to international and European standards. Memmingen, a former military air base, is one of three civil airports in Bavaria and is used mainly by LCCs and charter airlines. The airport’s current 2,981-meter (1.85 mi.) runway does not conform to international and European standards. In addition, the runway is currently 30 m (98.4 ft.) wide and will need to be widened to 45 m. The ...

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