London City Airport reopens following removal of WWII bomb

London City Airport was declared open Tuesday, restoring flights at the hub that serves the U.K. capital’s main financial districts, following the removal of an unexploded World War II bomb discovered during a construction project. Services were grounded all day Monday after the device was found submerged in the River Thames early Sunday during planned development work at the airport. Bloomberg

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