Flight operations at Manchester Airport (MAN) returned to normal Thursday following a disruption of fuel supply from the Essar refinery caused by “production problems” the day before. A total of 13 flights were delayed after aviation fuel stocks ran out Wednesday night. A person close to the Essar company told ATW that the refinery on Tuesday afternoon noticed a single batch of jet fuel that did not meet the quality specifications, rendering it unsuitable for delivery, and ...

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