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Cancellations and delays in Europe due to Storm Emma

The strong weather of snow and low temperatures forced to close several airports. The British Isles are the most affected by these hours because of Storm Emma and the Beast of the East. Strong winds of up to 120 kilometers per hour and a lot of snow have closed roads and also affected many flights. Some 500 departure flights have been canceled today in London, which has been struggling for several days due to the heavy storm. The airports of London-Heathrow, London-Gatwick, Birmingham, London-Luton, London-City, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Dublin, among…

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United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates launch joint venture

The agreement happened under the Dubai Airshow 2017. On November 12, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates signed the creation of a new innovative joint venture. It was held in the presence of the Secretary of State of the United Kingdom for International Trade, Dr. Liam Fox. The new company will be based in the United Kingdom and will be formed by the manufacturer QinetiQ and Middle East General Enterprises. Its main objective is based on investment in infrastructure development and training designed to allow a new UAE…

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Thousands of people affected by the collapse of the British Airways computer system

The British airline British Airways (BA) is still working to restore its computer system, dropped from yesterday Saturday, and it was not unable to retrieve the normality of the flights from London airports. “Many of our computer systems have recovered today”, reported the airline in the afternoon in a statement. The full solution still has not arrived, as admits the company itself, which says have returned to normal at Gatwick, but not at Heathrow Airport where cancelled at least 40 flights, and delays of about 30 minutes accumulate in the Gatwick…

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