Airplanes are parked at London City Airport in London, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
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All flights to and from London's City Airport were canceled Monday after an unexploded World War II bomb weighing half a ton was found buried in silt in the River Thames.Monday's shutdown affected up to 16,000 passengers who were due to fly, although some airlines switched their flights to other London hubs.The airport told passengers not to travel there Monday. Regional airline CityJet said its flights from the airport had been rescheduled to land and take off from London Southend airport, while Italy's Alitalia said it would operate flights from London Stansted airport.
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