ATC glitch at Indira Ghandi airport, no flights hit

The Voice Control Communications System (VCCS) failed at the Indira Ghani International Airport on 4 August forcing air traffic control to switch over immediately to a battery-operated standby system to communicate with aircraft.
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) said that at about 10.34 am, the VCCS went into a “auto re-set mode” and that the glitch was rectified at about 10.54 am.
The AAI added that one of the frequencies for transmission between the ATC and aircraft was affected due to the glitch but that ATC immediately switched over to alternate frequencies.

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