Representatives of the Swedish Transport Agency, the Finnish Transport Agency, SJ and the Civil Aviation Administration was called in last week to Rosenbad.

There is also no indication associated with the problems that hit SJ around the same time, says Joan Smith after the meeting.

CAA Director General Olle Sundin would not unequivocally say whether the responsibility for the incident rests on Telia or CAA.

Olle Sundin also emphasizes that error only took 1.5 hours to locate, it was fairly easy to fix, and that the Civil Aviation Authority acted according to its operating manual.

- Of course it is serious that air traffic was knocked out in large parts of Sweden.

Radar interference leads to air traffic in southern Sweden stopped for a few hours.

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