Irish Airports 'Back To Normal' Following Technical Issues

Irish Airports 'Back To Normal' Following Technical Issues
Tuáthla Lucey
Tuáthla Lucey

3 Oct 2018

Services have been restored at Shannon Airport following a technical issue that resulted in a radar failure last night. 

The IAA is currently investigating the failure.

This caused disruption to both Cork, Knock and Shannon Airports.

Commercial, Technology and Training director of the IAA, Philip Huapologisedogied to any people that were delayed as a result of the technical issue.

“A handful of flights were affected in Shannon and Cork, they were all dealt with. It was relatively quiet last night. The busiest part is after midnight.”

“It is highly rare to have this kind of problem.”

The managing director of Shannon Airport says that services have returned back to normal this morning following last night’s problems with the flight radar system that services Shannon, Cork and Knock airports.