THAILAND: UBON RATCHATHANI AIRPORT REOPENS AFTER ELECTRICAL SHORT CIRCUIT

BANGKOK, Thailand The Ubon Ratchathani International Airport resumed normal services on Wednesday morning after an electrical short circuit forced it to shut down on Tuesday evening, the Bangkok Post reported.

The airport was closed at 7.20pm on Tuesday and reopened to all flights at 8am, Darun Saengchai, director-general of the Department of Airports, said on Wednesday .

The problem began with a short circuit at the airport electricity control building around 6pm on Tuesday, causing problems with power supply that led to its closure, Darun said.

The department had completed repairs overnight and the airport was now operating as normal, he said.

He said a total of seven flights were affected by the airport's temporary shutdown.

BANGKOK, Thailand May 2 (NNN-BERNAMA)The Ubon Ratchathani International Airport resumed normal services on Wednesday morning after an electrical short circuit forced it to shut down on Tuesday evening, the Bangkok Post reported.

The airport was closed at 7.20pm on Tuesday and reopened to all flights at 8am, Darun Saengchai, director-general of the Department of Airports, said on Wednesday .

The problem began with a short circuit at the airport electricity control building around 6pm on Tuesday, causing problems with power supply that led to its closure, Darun said.

The department had completed repairs overnight and the airport was now operating as normal, he said.

He said a total of seven flights were affected by the airport's temporary shutdown.

Source: NAM News Network