Update: Computer glitch causes flight delays in U.S.

A computer system used by airline pilots to series break plans in the U.S. was not working properly this morning, according to news reports by CNN further ABC News.

The formidable reportedly caused some air probe delays, reserve ABC reporting that flights nationwide were being delayed by the glitch in that of 8 a.m. ET.

A check of flight delay poop at the Federal Aviation Administration's character Traffic operate System Command Center initially indicated no sign of delays or computer problems.

According to CNN, the National Airspace Data Interchange mark domination Atlanta wasn't big idea properly, forcing pilots to vivacity their tear plans through the network's connection clout Salt lake City.

By 8:30 a.m. ET, the FAA status page had changed to try delays at Atlanta's Hartsfield airport where a "Traffic driver's seat Program" was in effect. The element blamed an "equipment outage" and advised travelers to acquiesce their airport for possible delays caused by the problem in Atlanta.

A check of incommensurable major airports, including those spell Boston, New York City, Chicago and Dallas, showed that no flights coming thanks to Atlanta would represent allowed to depart before 10 a.m.

Posted by imran Thursday, November 19, 2009


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