Data glitch delays flights at several U.S. carriers

Data glitch delays flights at several U.S. carriers

Data glitch delays flights at several U.S. carriers

"Earlier this morning, AeroData had a technical issue that impacted a few of our regional carriers".

A software outage has grounded planes from several major airlines.

United said in a statemetn: "It appears that we are experiencing an outage that is impacting our ability to create release paperwork".

Kate Modolo of Delta said that the outage prevented some of its Delta Connection flights from leaving on time.

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At Tampa International Airport, some Southwest flights were delayed by almost two hours, the airport's website showed, with other airlines experiencing delays as well. Paul International Airport; a spokesperson for the airport estimated about 60 delays Monday morning.

JetBlue added it was still dealing with residual delays, while United said about 150 flights were delayed. Such calculations also must be approved by airline dispatchers in remote offices, complicating flight schedules if communications or computer systems crash. Passengers are being urged, as always, to check the status of their flight before heading to the airport.

The FAA reported around 7 a.m. Airlines say travelers should check their websites for the latest updates on flights. The technical issue forced Southwest Airlines, which had some of the biggest issues, to shut down all US flights for about 40 minutes Monday.

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