Airplanes line up at the United Airlines garage at L.a International Airport because of a computer system glitch. The FAA provided a ground stop up until the systems are working once more. (Source: KABC/CNN).
United Airlines passengers at San Francisco International Airport wait as their flights are postponed for a computer system crash Wednesday. (Source: @billallison/ Twitter).
(RNN) – Passengers on some United Airlines air travels began boarding Wednesday after a computer system crash left them not able to examine in for a brief time.
“We’re recuperating from a network connectivity concern (and) recovering air travel ops,” United published on Twitter. “We’ll have a waiver on united.com to change flights.”
CNN reported the concern was due to a router that impacted network activity, CNN reported.
United asked for the FAA lift the “ground stop” order, but individuals have experienced hold-ups as operations resumed. William Allison, who was flying from San Francisco International Airport, stated computer displays began working around 6:30 a.m. PT, and they were boarding their air travel around Thirty Minutes later on.
“Back to regular, leaving SFO,” he composed on Twitter.
United has not stated whether all flights have resumed typical operations. Other individuals waiting likewise took to social networks to provide their take on the situation.
“If you’re headed to Dulles, FYI whole @United computer system is down,” tweetedJames Fallows, a press reporter for the Atlantic. “Boarding passes written by hand. Have fun!”
The FAA at first reported the “ground stop” at all centers was for an automation problem. An agent for the firm was not right away offered for additional remark.
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