VIENNA—Austria’s Salzburg Airport shut down operations for five weeks beginning Apr. 24 to renovate its 59-year-old runway. Aircraft operations are scheduled to resume May 28. The runway work is part of a €60 million ($67.4 million) project, including water drainage. “Over the past years, the runway had to be partly renovated over and over again, causing enormous costs. In 2015 we started with preparation works for the general refurbishment of the runway,” the ...

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