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Delta fixes 'technology issue,' flights no longer grounded

26 September 2018

"Delta teams have restored all IT systems after a technology issue briefly affected some systems this evening".

Delta Air Lines says it has restarted flights after a ground stop due to a "technology issue".

"During the technology issue, Delta issued a mainline groundstop in the USA until systems could be brought back up".

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Ground stops, as the Federal Aviation Administration calls them, are relatively common reactions to thunderstorms and other disruptions in the USA aviation system.

Delta's online systems were back up and running Tuesday after a brief outage, the airline said.

Delta said that despite the inconvenience of the incident, no Delta flights in the air were impacted by the technical problems.

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A note posted later to Twitter said the outage had been resolved.

Delta's systems were unable to scan key information - including who was booked on its flights. Check back for updates as they become available.

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Delta fixes 'technology issue,' flights no longer grounded