Tense minutes were experienced in Barcelona’s El Prat airport particularly, where dozens of people blocked access into the building and forced the cancellation of a hundred flights.
An afterward outbreak of violence in the airport left ten people hurt, and a further three were injured in activity across different areas of the area.
The protests in Catalonia, especially in the large cities, are tracked by a powerful security force, such as the two regional authorities (Mossos d’Esquadra) along with the country bodies (National Police and Guardia Civil), that delivered 2,000 additional troops into the area to guarantee public order.
The demonstrations in El Prat airport had been organized by Tsunami Democratic, a company that claims to be a different grassroots movement, with no political backup.
In 13.00 CET, the team posted directions on social websites to flooding Barcelona’s airport together with individuals to stop its operations.
Later in the day, Tsunami Democratic declared that 1,200 automobiles were led to Madrid’s Barajas Airport to execute similar disturbance.
Tsunami Democratic along with other social networking users have released videos of traffic jams in the area of the airport, nevertheless, Madrid’s Civil Defense department said that there weren’t any episodes in Barajas at the moment.
It added that citizens should use official reports to remain informed.
Social networking has also been bombarded with videos promising to reveal officers using Mossos d’Esquadra along with also the Spanish National Police beating a few of the protesters.
Afterward, a few of the protesters cut traffic to the AP-7 motorway at Gerona. This is a significant street that joins the French boundary with Barcelona. Fourteen other Catalan streets were cut at various intervals of the day.