Radar fault grounds all aircraft in New Zealand


WELLINGTON: All commercial and civilian aircraft in New Zealand were grounded on Tuesday due to a fault in the South Pacific nation’s air traffic control system, an official said. Airways New Zealand, which manages air traffic control, said all flights, including international and domestic services, were affected. A spokeswoman for the government agency said technicians were working to find the cause of the problem but it was impossible to say when it would be fixed.



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