Due to heavy thunderstorms and CB’s around Frankfurt Airport, flight schedules were heavily disrupted on Monday evening (3 June). Until 17:00 (UTC +2), the airport was unavailable for arriving traffic. Lufthansa, the airport’s biggest customer, was forced to cancel more than 65 flights.
“Please check the status of your flight before traveling to the airport and allow extra time for your journey,” the airport informs, “we also recommend that you check in as early as possible on the day of your departure.”
— Rantalyst (@NidNas) June 3, 2019
Flight information Frankfurt Airport:
For further information regarding your flight please refer to your airline’s website. Flight information is also available by calling 01806-FRAINFO (01806-3724636 – flat landline rate of 0.20 euro cents per call; costs of 0.60 euro cents per call from a mobile network within Germany) and at www.frankfurt-airport.com or via the FRA Airport app.
Lufthansa-Passengers can find current flight information at http://lufthansa.com/irregularities.