X-ray system at Ben-Gurion breaks down, grounds all flights

June 22, 2014 10:16


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Thousands of travelers were stuck at Ben-Gurion airport on Sunday morning due to technical failures of the computer systems, including the X-ray machines that check suitcases.

online reported that the system that failed is new and according to workers at the airport, often causes troubles.

While the issue was fixed for a short while, the computers are still not working properly and flights are still grounded.

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