A Lufthansa jet landed at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport this week on its way to Dallas-Fort Worth, Tx.
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport welcomed thousands of passengers this week who were never able to step off their planes to see our fine city. Of the nearly two dozen flights diverted to Lambert this week, most were bound for Chicago when an electrical issue temporarily shut down that region’s radar facility on May 13. Those flights resumed to Chicago after the issue was resolved. The next day, it was spring weather causing problems over Dallas-Fort Worth that forced a Lufthansa flight from Frankfurt, Germany to land here. The Lufthhansa jet was an Airbus A330-300, which seats more than 300 passengers. The jet was re-fueled and back on its way to Texas after an hour or so in St. Louis.
Avoid parking fees the next time you pick up a passenger. Lambert provides free waiting zones for motorists near each terminal.