Authorities describe the AILA runway as a “deliberate and planned orbit” power outage

Officials in charge of airports and national airports have described Sunday’s power outage on the runway of the United States International Airport (AILA) as “deliberate and deliberate”. Circuit wires that run the lighting system.

The Dominican Institute of Civil Aviation (IDAC), the Department of Airports (DA), the Special Forces in Airport Security and Civil Aviation (SEZAC) and the Dominican Airports Cyclo XXI (Aerodome) created the immediate interruption of the cables. Runway lighting service.

In that sense, it is possible Dominican Airlines immediately implemented a “protocol” for such events, thereby restoring airport operations.

On the other hand, he said they are investigating to determine the intellectual and material actors of the event.

“The incident is being investigated by competent authorities, who are working to determine the intellectual and material authors of this serious event, who will be brought to justice in a timely manner so that they receive the full weight of the law,” the statement said.

In addition, they said that at present all airport operations were operating normally and the affected passengers were attended to by the airlines in a timely manner. Those who are unable to do so on Sunday night due to power outages are also being relocated.

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