Radar fault delays flights from Stockholm airports
Published: 12 Aug 2014 15:10 GMT+02:00
Up to 100 flights to and from Stockholm's Arlanda and Bromma airports may be delayed on Tuesday due to a radar fault.
Delays are expected for all flights to and from Arlanda and Bromma airports after authorities reported a radar fault at one of the control towers.
They announced that anyone travelling in the afternoon or evening can expect delays of at least one hour.
"We're working on making a smoother ride for our travellers, but the problem is currently out of our control," Klas Nilsson, spokesman for Swedavia, told the TT news agency.
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