BRUSSELS — Belgium’s airspace was closed for landings and departures for about two hours on Thursday afternoon. A technical glitch within the information system of the air security management heart brought on the closure.
Belgocontrol spokesman Dominque Dehaene stated the management heart needed to execute a “clear sky” operation till the difficulty was mounted.
He could not instantly present particulars of the technical difficulties.
Dehaene stated it was “a really particular drawback” that created a danger that some info on flights may not be right. Flights resumed by 6 p.m. (12 p.m. EDT).
About 15 flights have been canceled and plenty of extra delayed at Brussels worldwide airport, which handles round 650 flights a day. Charleroi airport handles about 140.
By comparability, Heathrow, which is Europe’s busiest airport, operates 1,299 each day flights.
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