UK air navigation services provider (ANSP) NATS has confirmed there will be a financial consequence for the company resulting from last week’s technical failure at its Swanwick Centre. The software failure last Friday lasted just 45 minutes, but resulted in the cancellation of around 120 flights, with a further 500 flights delayed by an average of approximately 45 minutes.  NATS normally handles around 6,000 flights a day, so the cancellations affected about 10,000 passengers out ...

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