Technical Failure Closes London Airspace

LONDON —Airspace over London has re-opened, after a computer problem at the U.K.’s main air traffic control (ATC) center caused it to close for more than an hour. The glitch at the Swanwick control center—which is operated by U.K. air navigation service provider National Air Traffic Services (NATS)...

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