LONDON (AP) — Britain’s air traffic control system says it is experiencing a “technical issue” that could delay flights on Monday, the end of a holiday weekend and a busy day for air traffic travel. The National Air Traffic Service said it had “applied traffic flow restrictions to maintain safety. Engineers are working to find and the fix the fault.” Scottish airline Loganair said there has been “a network-wide failure of U.K. air traffic control computer systems.” It said flights could be subject to delays.
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