Watch: Climate Activists Block Berlin Air Traffic By Gluing Their Selves To Airport Runways

Berlin-Brandenburg Airport closed its takeoff and landing runways on Thursday . Environmental campaigners leapt onto a runway and glued themselves to the tarmac .

According to the news outlet, Berlin-Brandenburg Airport closed its takeoff and landing runways on Thursday because climate campaigners leapt onto a runway and glued themselves to the tarmac, bringing air traffic to a halt.According to the news outlet, members of the Last Generation environmental party, who claim a 70-year-old man was among those involved, were also seen riding bicycles across the shunting area.The group also requested that people avoid traveling by air and that the government stop subsidizing it, according to a statement from Letzte Generation.About 80% of the world's population has never flown in their lives, according to the majority of people.

According to a flight tracking website FlightRadar24, two of the protesters threw mashed potatoes at a Claude Monet painting at the Museum Barberini in Germany last month in an attempt to draw attention to the global climate crisis.According to a spokesperson for the airport, the demonstrators entered the airport from two points in the north and south, and police arrested them.The spokesperson could not confirm how many flights were diverted to airports in the eastern state of Saxony by 6 The rbb stationer reported at 1700 GMT, citing Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG, the corporation that runs Dresden's two airports in Leipzig.Featured Video Of The Day Why The Haste, Tearing Hurry: The Supreme Court's Election Body Appointment is a referendum.

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