UK air navigation services provider NATS said it would “welcome” an inquiry into the level of contingency and resilience in UK airspace following the Dec. 7 internal telephone system failure that caused a significant reduction in UK airspace capacity resulting in widespread delays and disruption to air traffic. CEO Richard Deakin said: “A public debate has started over the level of contingency NATS had in place for Saturday’s issue. Some of the comments over the ...

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