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Scottish Airports Bounce Back

Scotland’s airports are back up and running after an issue at the Scottish Air Traffic Control center in Prestwick caused delays across the country Monday. Airports in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Prestwick were impacted by a “technical problem” that interfered with some radio frequencies used to communicate with aircraft. According to NATS, the defunct piece of equipment that’s to blame for Monday morning’s incident has been removed from service.

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[Photo: Glasgow Airport]

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