Thailand’s Transport Ministry has launched an internal investigation into what caused the breakdown in the air traffic control system at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) June 21 when all ATC radars stopped functioning for one hour, affecting 49 flights, the government news agency NNT reported. Airports of Thailand (AOT) has remained tight-lipped on the situation. According to the Bangkok Post, the main and back-up power systems simultaneously crashed, causing the delay of 21 take-offs ...

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