Glasgow's Prestwick Airport was turned into a massive parking lot for grounded planes

Glasgow, Scotland - Prestwick International Airport in Glasgow has been turned into a massive parking place for the grounded planes of the British airline operators.

The airport on the Ayrshire coast has already closed its second runway. The airport is preparing to expand its boundary fences to accommodate a growing number of grounded aircraft from Virgin, easyJet, Ryanair and due to the Covid-19 crisis.

Copenhagen and Paris Charles de Gaulle airports have already closed some of their runways to accommodate grounded planes.

Most of the airlines around the world have grounded a remarkable part of their fleets due to the lack of demand to air travel amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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