EPIC FAA System FAIL Ruins New KCI?!?

The future of U.S. airline travel is in question and kinda puts our new airport propaganda in perspective.

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The system broke down late Tuesday and was not fixed until midmorning Wednesday. The FAA took the rare step of preventing any planes from taking off for a time, and the cascading chaos led to more than 1,300 flight cancellations and 9,000 delays by early evening on the East Coast, according to flight-tracking website FlightAware.


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Flights 'grounded & delayed across US' after FAA reports crucial system failure

Officials at the Federal Aviation Administration first reported a system failure on January 10. Passengers have taken to social media to say that they're sitting on the tarmac for hours on full planes at Los Angeles Airport. Flights are reportedly delayed leaving airports such as Tampa, Philadelphia, and Honolulu.

Live updates: FAA system outage grounds all US departing flights

United Airlines said the outage of the system that provides pilots with notices they need to read before flying is affecting its operations. "United has temporarily delayed all domestic flights and will issue an update when we learn more from the FAA," the airline said in a statement.

FAA computer outage live updates: Flights across the U.S. affected

About 760 flights within, into and out of the U.S. were delayed as of around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to online flight tracker FlightAware. Around 90 flights were listed as canceled. "Operations across the National Airspace System are affected," the FAA said in a statement.

Flight cancellations strike again in KC after temporary FAA shutdown

Thousands of flights across the country were delayed or canceled after the Federal Aviation Administration shut down air traffic temporarily early Wednesday morning for the first time since 911.The shutdown was due to a malfunction of a safety system pilots are supposed to check before every flight.That system was repaired,

KCI passengers wait through long delays caused by FAA system outage

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - An FAA computer issue grounded flights nationwide for several hours Wednesday, causing delays and cancellations throughout the day. At Kansas City International Airport, passengers waited for two to three hours in some cases. Steve and Kathy Waters had received the notification after they had left for the airport.

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