Vienna International Airport flight operations have returned to normal following a glitch in data transmissions problems that caused cancellations and delays on Sunday, Aug. 28. The automated transfer of flight planning data between Eurocontrol and Austria’s air navigation services provider Austro Control collapsed for a period of time in the late afternoon, resulting in 66 flight cancellations, airport management told ATW Aug. 30. Airlines affected included Lufthansa, British ...

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