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Sunport suffers a second power outage in just 3 days



For the second time in just three days, the Albuquerque Sunport had another power outage on Monday morning. But this time it was planned. It was a morning of panic for thousands who were just trying to reach their flights. PNM said it detected damage to the backup circuit that powered the airport late on Sunday night. They planned a "planned outage" that would last from midnight to three in the morning so that they could make repairs while the airport is closed. However, this work did not begin until 3 o'clock in the morning and lasted until 5 o'clock in the morning. This resulted in huge lines that stretched all the way to the ticket counter, causing long delays. Eighteen flights were delayed, but they were not canceled. Travelers said that no one had informed them about the scheduled outage, which resulted in the TSA checkpoint being closed from 3:30 am to 5:00 pm. The Sunport said that they did not anticipate the need to announce the maintenance because they felt that this was done before the passengers arrived. Usually they would inform travelers online, but they said that their social media is not being monitored so early in the morning. The good news is that Sunport is now running again. PNN said that there are no power outages or repairs expected time soon.

For the second time in just three days, the Albuquerque Sunport experienced another blackout on Monday morning. But this time it was planned.

It was a morning of panic for thousands who were just trying to reach their flights. PNM said it detected damage to the security circuit that powered the airport late on Sunday night.

They had planned a "scheduled outage" that would last from midnight to three in the morning so they could make repairs. The airport was closed.

However, this work did not begin until 3 am and lasted until 5 am, resulting in massive lines that extend to the ticket counters, forcing long delays.

Travelers said no one had informed them of the scheduled outage, which resulted in the TSA checkpoint being closed from 3:30 am to 5:00 am It was thought to be completed before the passengers arrived ,

Usually they would inform travelers online, but they said their social media is not being monitored so early in the morning.

The good news is that Sunport is back in business.

PNM said that this was not the case. t threatens soon more power outages or repairs.

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