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Norway reopens airspace after technical outage

OSLO, June 14, 2016

Norway gradually reopened its airspace and resumed flights on Tuesday following radar problems earlier in the day that had triggered a shutdown in western parts of the country, airports operator Avinor said on its Facebook page.

Helicopter flights to offshore oil installations have yet to resume, it added.

The airspace over Oslo had remained opened, a spokesman said earlier. – Reuters


 




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