United Airlines Resuming Flights after Computer Glitch

United Airlines Resuming Flights after Computer Glitch

Flights were grounded nationwide due to a network connectivity issue

According to a report, United Airlines is beginning to restore service to its flights after being grounded nationwide. 

The FAA had announced that the airline grounded all flights due to a glitch in their computer booking and reservation system.

United released a statement saying, “We experienced a network connectivity issue this morning and we are working to resolve this and apologize to our customers for any inconvenience.”

Delays are expected across the country on United flights.

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