The head of British Airways’ parent company has blamed human error for the computer problems that caused chaos for tens of thousands of passengers over the bank holiday weekend.
The chief executive of IAG, Willie Walsh, said an engineer had disconnected the power supply to a data centre, and then reconnected it without following the correct procedure.
Dan and Neil teach you the language the world’s media is using to discuss this story.
Key words and phrases:
human error = a mistake made by a person
meltdown = the complete failure of a system
fiasco = a complete and embarrassing failure
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The Computer System of British Airway was totally fiasco due to human errors : switch of and on caused this meltdown
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Fiasco is an Italian word with the exactly meaning
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