Flights canceled and delayed in Amsterdam due to a failure of the fuel system
UPDATE 25.07.2019: The fuel supply system is functional and the aircraft are powered and ready for flight.
Airplanes at Schiphol International Airport, Amsterdam, cannot be refueled due to a power failure.
The Aircraft Fuel Supply company, responsible for fueling the aircraft, has a technical problem with the fuel system.
Hundreds of flights have already been canceled or delayed, especially those departing from Amsterdam. It is not yet known when the problem will be remedied, but it is certainly not very soon.
Canceled / delayed flights to Amsterdam
Airport representatives in Amsterdam and Aircraft Fuel Supply are looking for alternative solutions to the problem.
According to flightradar24.com, no aircraft is taking off from Amsterdam at this time. Including the flights operated by KLM, on the route Amsterdam - Bucharest - KL1375 / KL1375, were canceled. While the flight operated by TAROM in the direction of Bucharest - Amsterdam - RO363 - was diverted to Rotterdam. And the return will be over 2.5 hours late. The KLM KL1379 flight, on the direction Amsterdam - Bucharest, is also affected. At this time, priority is given to long-haul flights.
If you have flights to / from Amsterdam, check the flight status.