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People look at a flight information board at Heathrow Airport in London on Dec. 12. London's airspace was closed today due to what authorities say was a computer failure at one of Britain's two air traffic control centers. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)

(Bloomberg) — London’s airports sought to restore orderly service after a computer failure caused delays at Heathrow, Europe’s busiest hub, raising concern about the reliability of a major control center that’s suffered repeat malfunctions.

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