Amsterdam Schiphol warned of ongoing flight disruption on July 25, a day after a fuel-supply fault prevented aircraft from being refueled, triggering over 400 flight cancellations. “Due to a fault in Aircraft Fuel Supply’s system, a third-party company that controls aircraft fuel supply, planes at Schiphol couldn't be refueled yesterday. This caused a disruption in our flight schedule,” Schiphol said in an update issued on July 25. A Schiphol spokeswoman told ATW ...

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