BLACKOUT AT KLIA DELAYS FLIGHTS

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP May 16, 2011 08:54

BLACKOUT AT KLIA DELAYS FLIGHTS

Some 13 Malaysian Airlines scheduled flights were delayed and over 300 bags left behind following a total blackout at the capital’s international airport.

“Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) suffered a total blackout early this morning. Although it was restored within a short period of time, it had resulted in several flight delays,” the airline said in a statement.

“Out of the 42 scheduled flights, a total of 13 flights were delayed and in excess of 300 bags were left behind due to the power interruption,” it said.

“We would like to advise our customers to check with the destination Malaysia Airlines offices upon arrival, in the event that they have missing baggage.”

No reason was reported for the blackout. Malaysian Airlines is working with airport operator Malaysia Airports Holdings to reunite passengers with their baggage and to restore normal flight operations.

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