Technical issues delaying flights nationwide are resolved

FAA Outage issues experienced by multiple airlines resolved
Technical issues delaying flights nationwide are resolved
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02 April, 2019

Southwest issued a statement just after 7am Eastern confirming that a 40-minute ground stop had been lifted but warning that "scattered delays" were anticipated.

"It appears that we are experiencing an outage that is impacting our ability to create release paperwork, Katie". Paul International Airport; a spokesperson for the airport estimated about 60 delays Monday morning.

The FAA has urged travelers to contact airlines directly for updates.

American Airlines told passengers on social media that AeroData is experiencing a technical issue and "they're working on a fix as quickly as they can".

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The No 1 United States carrier, American Airlines, said the outage was affecting regional carriers nationwide.

The No. 1 USA carrier American Airlines said the outage was affecting regional carriers nationwide. A brief third-party technology issue prevented some Delta Connection flights from being dispatched on time this morning has been resolved.

At least five airlines were affected: Delta, Southwest, American Airlines, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue. It would be hard for us to determine what delays are a direct result of the software issue that several airlines experienced this morning.

A fault in software used by most U.S. airlines caused a wave of flight delays this morning across the United States, affecting hundreds of flights.


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