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.”