Flight data glitch ’caused air traffic control chaos'
Back-up systems responded by suspending automatic processing of information to ensure air traffic controllers couldn't receive the wrong data, according to the boss of air traffic control in the UK
Flight data received by air traffic services ’caused air traffic control fault’
The air traffic control failure which led to a spate of flight cancellations was caused by flight data received by National Air Traffic Services (Nats), with both primary and back-up systems responding by suspending automatic processing, chief executive Martin Rolfe said.
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