February 28, 2023 Mary Scott 1163
After being closed for several hours due to an unknown object spotted over St Petersburg, the airspace over St Petersburg and Murmansk appears to have been reopened. Flights are scheduled to land at both airports in the next few minutes, according to reports.
The closure had caused significant disruption to air travel, with many flights being diverted to other airports in the region. Passengers were advised to check with their airlines for updates on their flights.
At this time, it’s still unclear what the object was or where it came from. Officials have not released any further information about the incident, but the reopening of the airspace suggests that it was not deemed to be a threat.
The incident comes at a time of heightened tensions between Russia and the West, leading to further speculation about the nature of the object. However, officials have urged caution and asked the public not to jump to conclusions until more information is available.
Officials are expected to release more information about the incident in the coming days. In the meantime, travelers are advised to check with their airlines for updates on their flights and to expect some delays.
We’ll continue to monitor this developing story and provide updates as more information becomes available.
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