France lives in psychosis due to the terrorist threat, after the attack on Friday in Arras (in the north of the country), in which a teacher was stabbed to death, and on Monday in Brussels, in which two Swedish citizens were shot dead. Various airports in the country They were evacuated on Wednesday morning after receiving several bomb alerts. The Palace of Versailles has had to be evacuated three times since Saturday (the last time today) after receiving false threats, as well as the Louvre Museum.
Specifically, this morning it was evacuated to travelers at the airfields of Nantes, Toulouse, Lyon, Lille and Beauvais (near Paris). At the Nice airport, an alert was given due to an abandoned suitcase, but the evacuation has not been carried out, as reported on X (formerly Twitter) by the airport authorities.
The group Paris Airportsthe company that manages the Parisian airfields of Paris Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Le Bourget, has told Le Figaro that it is not aware of any threat in the three mentioned.
A spokesperson for the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) has confirmed to this medium the evacuations of those from Lille, Lyon, Toulouse and Beauvais. In some this afternoon delays are accumulating and there are several flights that have had to be diverted.
Problems have also been reported in Pau and Biarritz, which had to be evacuated as a preventive measure. A police source told AFP that “any doubt” about the threat was being cleared up. The bomb squads have also moved.