Amsterdam back to normal after fuel system fault causes havoc

posted on 25th July 2019 by Justin Burns
Amsterdam back to normal after fuel system fault causes havoc

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is getting back to normal today after a fault in the fuel system caused a raft of aircraft cancellations and delays yesterday (24 July).

Aircraft at Schiphol could not be refuelled after Aircraft Fuel Supply, a third-party company that controls aircraft fuel supply, had a fault in their system.

The airport said today: “Aircraft Fuel Supply’s system that controls the supply of aircraft fuel is reactivated since yesterday evening 21.00h.

“Due to the aftermath of yesterday, we expect a partly disturbed day for today. Passengers have to take into account delays and possible cancellations. We regret the inconvenience caused to travelers and airlines alike.”