The Transport Ministry's investigation of its own problems when airport radar went off the air on June 21 concluded it was unimportant _ just one of those things.
Permanent secretary for transport Silapachai Jarukasemrat resolved that no one was to blame. A one-hour system outage, the disruption, delay and diversion of 50 flights and the huge cost in time and money for dozens of companies and thousands of passengers are to be swept under the rug.
Airlines, airport workers and the government should make certain it is not.
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