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Kaluga airport suspends operation due to drone attack threat

One flight was delayed

MOSCOW, April 20. /TASS/. Kaluga International Airport has suspended operation after a drone was spotted in the skies over that central Russian region, the airport’s press service said.

"On April 20, the ‘Kover’ plan was introduced at Kaluga International Airport due to UAVs detected in the skies over the Kaluga Region," the statement said.

One flight was delayed, the press service added.