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Amausi airport resumes operations hours after the technical snag

The airport officials had stated that hundreds of passengers are affected due to the technical glitch in the radar DVOR, which occurred due to some moisture in its panel. "A technical team is trying to resolve the snag and restore the air services at the airport," the officials had stated

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima DwivediBy Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 15 Jan 2017 5:32 AM GMT

Amausi airport resumes operations hours after the technical snag
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Amausi airport resumes operations hours after the technical snag
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Lucknow: The Amausi airport resumed its operations on Sunday after a it was thrown out of gear due to some technical snag in the radar DVOR on Saturday last.

The first airplane that landed at the airport was Delhi-Lucknow IndiGo flight 6E-6612.

It may be recalled that around half a dozen planes were not allowed to land at the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, popularly known as Amausi Airport due to some technical fault in its radar system.

The airport officials had stated that hundreds of passengers are affected due to the technical glitch in the radar DVOR, which occurred due to some moisture in its panel. "A technical team is trying to resolve the snag and restore the air services at the airport," the officials had stated.

It had been reported that the airport was having signal problems for the past three days. On Saturday last, a technical team was trying to fix the problem which brought some moisture in the panel of the radar DVOR and it stopped functioning.

Around 13 flights coming from Mumbai were diverted while the landing of over half a dozen flights was delayed at the Lucknow airport.

The airport director also appealed the passengers to cooperate with the airport authorities in the situation after a ruckus was created by the passengers. They were shifted to the waiting rooms with assurance that the problem would be resolved soon.

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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