A fire that broke out on the roof of a terminal at Alicante airport on Wednesday caused the evacuation of passengers and incoming flights to be diverted. The airport was to reopen on Thursday.
“There was a fire on the roof of the terminal and for a while no one was allowed in or out,” said a spokesman for Spanish airport operator Aena. The flames were visible from inside the terminal, according to an AFP photographer at the scene. Passengers and workers stood outside as dense smoke rose from the terminal building.
Moire information about Terminal / Airport evacuation, and specifically PRM’s, can be found here.