IT glitch at NATS data centre fixed - Heathrow and Gatwick flights back to normal

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Operations now returning to normal, claims NATS

The IT glitch that caused delays to flight across southern England today - especially into and out of the main London airports at Heathrow and Gatwick - has been fixed, claims NATS (formerly Nation...

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