Technical problems that grounded Arlanda Airport are now resolved
Saturday, 17 August 2013
The technical problems which caused disruptions in air traffic at
Stockholm Arlanda Airport are now resolved and the system is running
normally, Svedavia that runs the airport writes on its website.
The effect of this is that fights will resume normally but there will
be delays caused by the disruption as backlogs had built up in the
hours that Landings and takeoffs where held.
Travellers are advised to contact their your airline or tour operator for information about your flights
Earlier we reported that Sweden main Stockholm airport at Arlanda has come to a grinding
halt as a technical problems has stopped all landings and
takeoffs from Arlanda.
The problems are reported to have come from air traffic control,
according Swedavia website, the organisation that owns Swedish
airports. It writes "Disruptions in air traffic control: There are
currently technical problems in air traffic control, causing delays at
Stockholm Arlanda Airport and thus other airports. At present there are
no take-offs or landings at Stockholm Arlanda. Update to follow."
We can imagine what the implication would be to the airport and others in Sweden. More updates as we get.
As teh technical problemscontinue to halted all takeoffs and
landings from Stocholm's Arlanda airport because of problems with
traffic management, it looks like flights seems to be taking off and
landing according to the website of the LFV, the company that runs
For updates check this link to Swedavia which manages the ariport and see the dash board for updates