Compensation to come after UK flight meltdown prompts apology
National Air Traffic Services chief tells MPs he was ‘not proud’ of failure, with customers now in line for a rebate on charges
The company in charge of air traffic control in the UK has confirmed it is calculating a rebate for airlines in the wake of recent aviation disruption.
It comes as the chief executive of National Air Traffic Services (Nats) Richard Deakin, apologised to MPs after as many as 120 flights were cancelled and 500 delayed by an average of 45 minutes during the issues last Friday
Source: Guardian Transport