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Operations resume after flights across US were suspended due to computer glitch

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Operations are slowly being restored across the country hours after hundreds of flights across the US were delayed due to a major technical glitch today.

A calculation glitch was reported on a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) computer causing hundreds of flights across the US to be suspended today.

“Normal air traffic operations are slowly resuming across the United States after the Air Mission Notification system providing safety information to crews was shut down overnight. Ground stop orders. has been lifted,” the FAA said in a tweet.

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Safety system fully restored: US Secretary of Transportation

“We don’t know”: Biden reacts to the possibility of a cyber attack behind the glitch

While the White House initially said there was no evidence of a cyber attack, President Joe Biden said “we don’t know” and told reporters he had directed the Department of Transportation to investigate the cause. of the disruption, the AP news agency reported.

Flight operations gradually resume: Aviation Authority FAA

Flight departs to resume at 9 a.m. Eastern Time: US Aviation Authority
“We expect departures to resume at other airports at 9am ET,” the FAA tweeted.

FAA Aviation Authority Update #4

21,000 flights are scheduled to take off in the US today

According to aviation data company Cirium, more than 21,000 flights are scheduled to take off in the US today, mostly domestic flights, and about 1,840 international flights are expected to fly to the country. .

No evidence of cyberattack, White House says, President Biden briefed

At least 1,230 flights are currently delayed in the US: Flight Tracker

At least 1,230 flights were delayed in the United States as of 7:00 a.m. ET, flight tracking website Flight Aware data showed.

FAA Aviation Authority Update No. 3

The FAA is still working to fully restore the Air Mission Notification system following the shutdown.

The FAA has ordered airlines to suspend all domestic departures until 9 a.m. Eastern Time in order for the agency to verify the integrity of flight and safety information.

“I contacted the FAA this morning…”: US Secretary of Transportation

‘Unprecedented situation’: Aviation expert tells NDTV

Aviation expert Parvez Damania called it a “shocking and unprecedented situation”. “I don’t remember the last time the entire airspace of the country was closed. Probably during 9/11. This would cause unbelievable disruption,” he said. tell NDTV by phone.
US Aviation Administration updates issue #2 for all stakeholders

Some passengers tweeted that many flights were delayed

Some reports indicate that flights appear to be operating but are severely delayed

760 flights delayed, 90 canceled across US after glitch: Report
760 flights were delayed, 90 were canceled across the US after the malfunction, NBC news agency reported.
“Please check flight status,” the Los Angeles airport said in the advisory

“Perform Final Check, Reload System”: US Aviation Administration FAA
“The FAA is working to restore the Aviation Mission Notification System. We are performing a final validation and reloading system now,” the aviation authority said in an update.

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