Due to technical problems at the NATS control centre, which controls London's airspace, flights are being disrupted across all London airports. As soon as the fault is rectified we will resume normal service as quickly as possible.
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Police Helicopter landing on 28 December 2009
At 1740 on Monday 28 December 2009 a Police helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing at London City Airport.
The pilot of the helicopter declared a fuel emergency and requested a priority landing at London City Airport. The helicopter was intended to land at its base in Lippitts Hill, however due to zero visibility caused by fog, the helicopter would not have safely reached its intended destination with limited fuel. Permission was therefore granted for the helicopter to land at London City
Airport. The helicopter departed the airport at 0948 on 29 December.
As part of the airport’s planning conditions, helicopters are not permitted to land other than in a genuine emergency. This helicopter was permitted to land under emergency conditions at London City Airport to ensure the safety of the pilot and the local community.
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hi all London airports are affected, as soon as the fault is rectified we hope to resume normal services as soon as possible.
...as quickly as possible, please contact your airline if you are due to travel.
hi all London airports are being affected, as soon as the fault is rectified we hope to resume normal services...
flights are being affected by technical problems at the NATS control centre, please contact your airline for flight info.
Flights are being affected by technical problems at the NATS control centre, please contact your airline for further information.
..As soon as the fault is rectified we will resume normal service as quickly as possible.
Due to technical issues at the NATS control centre,which controls London's airspace,flights are being disrupted across all London airports..
According to our system AF5215 has been cancelled unfortunately.We advise you to call your airline as they will have more info
hi your airline would be able to provide you with the latest information please get in touch with them.
we have passed on your tweet and our IT department and will keep and eye on it. We do apologise for the trouble you experienced.
..was it personal or work phone ? what browser were you trying to access wifi from ? This info would be helpful to us.
Hi Liam, sorry to hear about that you could not connect onto our wifi. We have logged your tweet.What phone model were you...
Paintings by Oscar-winning actor Anthony Quinn will be on display at London City Airport from this weekend http://t.co/LhxyAkn98s
Hi Alex - we advise you to contact your airline @SwissAirLines
as they will have more information in regards to your flight.
Hi Ken, according to our systems BA8726 to EDI is due to depart as scheduled.
Hi we have just replied to your email. thanks
Hi It would be best to contact your airline before you travel to the airport or watch the website for...
Hi Raj,unfortunately not at present but we will pass on your feedback to our sales director to consider.Thank you for tweeting us.
Hi Stuart,if you could email us at online@lcy
.co.uk with your question/s,we will have security reply back to you.
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