15 flights to and from London City Airport from Dublin Airport are amongst the flights affected as a result; it is estimated that the closure of the airport on Monday will affect approximately 16,000 passengers. The Royal Navy was also deployed to the scene and confirmed the nature of the bomb, the police reported.
The police said that the decision to close the airport had been taken "to ensure that the ordinance can be safely dealt with whilst limiting any risk to the public".
"The operation to remove the ordnance is ongoing".
London City Airport CEO Robert Sinclair said all flights in and out of London City on Monday are cancelled.
The passengers & travelers were asked not to go to the airport.
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