As a result of technical failure at Air Traffic Control The Netherlands (LVNL).
KLM is experiencing a major disruption at Schiphol as a result of technical failure at Air Traffic Control The Netherlands (LVNL). So far, 25 European return flights have been cancelled. At the same time, KLM is struggling with major delays resulting from the disruption. KLM advises its customers to check KLM.com for the latest information concerning arrival and departure times. KLM regrets the inconvenience this is causing its passengers.
On its website, Eurocontrol, Europe’s organisation for air traffic control coordination and planning, showed a large number of flights to Schiphol were delayed more than 30 minutes. In a notice, it said aeroplanes could opt to divert to other airports.
Already in February, a major computer malfunction crippled traffic at Schiphol for hours, causing delays or cancellations on more than 100 flights.