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Russell Craig, Head of Communications at Manchester Airport says crews have worked through the night to get the fuel delivery back on track.
Holidaymakers are facing delays after Manchester Airport ran out of fuel for aircraft last night.
The pumps ran dry because of problems with the pipeline from Stanlow Oil Refinery at Ellesmere Port. Flights are expected to be disrupted into the morning.
The airport has set up a webpage providing the latest information about the problems. Passengers are advised to check with their airline or the airport website before travelling.
Manchester airport say fuel has now been restored at refinery but it will take at least 6 hours before it gets to the airfield.
Manchester Airport will run out of aviationt fuel tonight – leaving passengers facing potential delays..Aircraft will not be able to refuel at the airport from around 6pm, sparking fears of mass cancellations and delays.
The airport say it's down to a problem with the supply.
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Flight operations at Manchester Airport have returned to normal after the airline’s fuel supply companies experienced problems yesterday.
Travel plans for thousands of air passengers have been thrown into chaos by an aviation fuel supply problem at Manchester airport.