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Free of the Air Travel Rush, Easter Weekend Passes in an Eerie Silence at Paris’ Charles DeGaulle Airport

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By Tim Hepher and Christian HartmannPARIS (Reuters) — Easter at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle airport typically starts two weeks early as extra staff are trained to cope with one of the busiest weekends of the year. On Friday, an eerie calm pervaded Europe’s largest airport as France slides back into lockdown.Instead of crowded check-ins and relentless take-offs and landings, rows of unused trolleys and redundant queuing barriers greeted visitors to one of the world’s busiest transport hubs.“It’s nothing like what you would normally see,” said Amor, who has worked at the airport for 20 years, organising check-in zones and …

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