London airspace closed following computer failure

London airspace closed following computer failure

posted in Product ● 12 Dec 2014

London airspace has been closed until 19:00 due to a computer failure, air traffic controllers have said.

The news was announced in a brief message on UK air traffic controllers Nats website, confirming a “technical problem” at its Swanwick control centre in Hampshire. Nats has assured that “every possible action” is being taken to resolve the problem.

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