Over 200 flight status screens at Suvarnabhumi show blue error display, fixed tomorrow

PUBLISHED ON TUE, JUL 18, 2017 1:15 AM

Over 200 flight status screens at Suvarnabhumi show blue error display, fixed tomorrow

By Coconuts Bangkok

 

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Over 200 information screens at Suvarnabhumi Airport mysteriously stopped working on Saturday and are expected to be back up by Tuesday.

 

Photos of blue error screens instead of flight and airline information at Suvarnabhumi are going viral on social media while the airport says all the embarrassing blue screens should be fixed by tomorrow.

 

According to Suvarnabhumi Airport director Sirot Duangrat, the display screens started malfunctioning at 5am on Saturday and a total of 214 screens were affected due to the faulty graphic display software.

 

Full Story: https://coconuts.co/bangkok/news/200-flight-status-screens-suvarnabhumi-show-blue-error-display-fixed-tomorrow/

 
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