FAA Computer Glitch Knocked Out Electronic Flight Information

A Federal Aviation Administration computer outage early Thursday morning caused nearly 2,000 more flight delays than occur on a typical day, according to data compiled by FlightAware.com and reviewed by ABC News. The problem began shortly after 5 a.m. ET this morning when a single circuit board failed in an FAA computer center in Salt Lake City. That meant air traffic controllers around the nation were no longer receiving information about flights electronically. The FAA immediately...Full Story
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