the airport has been hit by technical problems.
Right now forces all the travelers to check in manually at the airport check-in counters, causing long queues and flight delays.
“Right now we have no forecast on when this can be solved,” says Åsa Öhman, press officer at Swedavia’s press service.
the airport has been hit by technical problems and all passengers are forced to check in manually at the airport check-in counters, creating queues and delays in air traffic from the airport.
– We have an IT related problem, we have problems with the check-in system and, therefore, so is all check-in manually right now and it has created a lot of delays during the evening, ” says Åsa Öhman, press officer at Swedavia’s press service.
” You have located the problem and are working on resolving it, but right now we have no forecast on when this can be resolved.
All of the check-in counters at Arlanda airport must be staffed, but check-in must be done manually, which causes in the traffic jam. Virtually all flights from the airport are affected by the delays.
the 21-time is still no forecast for when the problem can be remedied.
” It’s still the same status, it has not managed to solve the problem than. It is still the manual check-in that regard, ” says Åsa Öhman.
– Now it starts to thin out with the departures, the later it gets and then it will go faster for everyone.
How long the airlines are waiting for all the passengers they will decide for themselves.
– It depends a bit on which flight you are going with, but it is shorter förseningstider now. We are now down to around 30 minutes on average, ” says Åsa Öhman at 21 o’clock on Monday.
“Are in phase in the morning”
At half past eleven the time announced, Swedavia that the technical problems were resolved, and that all check-in now rolls on as usual.
But what the problem was, you know not yet.
– We will have slightly less delays now in the evening, but no flights have been cancelled. As the traffic becomes less frequent during the night, tomorrow we will be again be in phase, says Åsa Öhman.