The delay was caused by an optical fiber cut at George Newbury Metropolitan Airport.
“There was an accident with a backhoe from a contractor working on the south side of the airport and a fiber optic cable was cut. This caused a drop in data connectivity in the airport system. A team of internet service providers is already working on the repairs, ”Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 was quoted as saying in a statement this afternoon.
“There was an accident with a backhoe from a contractor working in the area south of the airport and the fiber optic cable was cut. This caused a drop in data connectivity in the airport system ”
This situation does not affect the flight departure and landing, which is highlighted. But due to lack of data at the airport, passenger data is uploaded Check in And other procedures are done manually and it is equal to the delay.
“Not without terminal function, but load Check in They are done manually, which equates to a delay. This situation will not affect the departure and landing of the aircraft and will not affect the security of the airport, ”they explained from AA2000.
Last week, a similar accident occurred at the site. That was at the time Delays of up to 40 minutes and check-in and other procedures were affected. “The incident was recorded on the external link of the service provider, Affected Check in And some permit holders ”, they said later from the airport.
A few days ago, highlighted the progress of Infopay Modernization projectImproving and adding various services designed for passengers and companions at the aerobark.
AA2000, the terminal-owned company, is implementing a comprehensive program in conjunction with the regulatory body of the National Airport Authority (Orsna). Greater comfort for both passengers and airline operators.
With investment $ 70 millionIt is planned to improve the quality of passenger services and increase performance through such works Parking lots, new waiting and recreation areas and new locations for wide-body aircraftSuch as being frequently used for intercontinental operations.
Set up and scheduled Pre-check-in locationIt would be a big one Semi-open pavement Located in front of the terminals, and containing Recreational areas, Food trucks, Check-in counters, bag wrappers, Retail Many more services Designed for passengers to share with their companions, without having to enter buildings.
Plan to add this as well Rearrange inner roads to make it more convenient for passengers approaching and exiting the metropolitan airport terminals. Seats will be arranged for a total of 6 taxis or rental cars to carry passengers and new boards will be implemented.
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