UK Air Traffic Control Technical Glitch Could Days Resolve

United Kingdom UK air traffic control technical glitch could take days to resolve.

According to Reuters, 1500 flights were canceled on Monday due to the problem.

The government is scrambling to bring back passengers stranded in Europe after a technical glitch with air traffic control in the British (UK). The outage is expected to take several days to clear.

According to the British news agency Reuters. 1500 flights were canceled on Monday due to the problem. After which the entire system was shifted to manual mode. Because of this. Thousands of passengers were stranded at the airports of Europe last day.

We were stuck at Paris airport for seven to eight hours last day. Also said Maria Ball a passenger from Liverpool.

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Transport Secretary Mark Harper has warned that it could take several days to resolve the issue.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sonak has said that he is aware of the difficulties faced by passengers. He also said that the Transport Secretary is in constant contact with the relevant institutions. They will talk to the airlines to ensure that the passengers return home as soon as possible.

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Mark Harper said government officials do not think it’s a technical glitch, but the result of a cyber attack.

Aviation watchdog Cerium said more 790 flights departing from the British UK and 785 arriving in the UK were canceled on Monday.

Heathrow Airport, the (UK) United Kingdom busiest, has taken to Twitter to advise passengers to contact their airlines before travelling.

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