Washington. All flights have been affected due to a technical fault in the United States of America. Thousands of people are trapped by this. According to several reports, flights across the United States have been grounded indefinitely due to a technical glitch in the Federal Aviation Administration’s computer system (FAA System Outage). Because of this thousands of people are stranded. According to the latest information, flights are starting again in the US, but after delaying more than 1000 flights due to computer problems, it may take some time for the airports to come back on time.
According to flight tracking company FlightAware, more than 1,100 flights in and out of the United States were delayed and more than 90 were canceled. At the same time, according to a report in The Express, the Air Traffic Control System Command Center has warned passengers to be prepared for long delays. Along with this, it has also been accepted by the command system that at present there is no solution to this problem.
Work is underway to restore the system
according to reports, flights departing from several airports including Philadelphia, Tampa, and Honolulu are delayed. In addition, there are also delays at Ronald Reagan Washington Airport in Arlington, Virginia.
However, the FAA said in a tweet that it is working on restoring its ‘Notice to Air Mission System‘. The FAA said, “We are conducting final verification checks and are now reloading the system.” It said, “Operations in the National Airspace System are affected.”
The agency said that it will continue to provide updated information.
According to a BBC report, the airline American Air says that due to this fault, all flights carrying passengers and goods are being affected. At the same time, United Airlines says that all domestic flights are being delayed until any information is received from the FAA.