February 3, 2023


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Computer outages have grounded thousands of flights across the United States.

Federal Aviation Administration America (FAA for its acronym in English) gave the green light for the evacuation this Wednesday Domestic flights Ordered earlier suspended due to computer problem.

In a message on Twitter, the FAA noted that “normal operations Aviation Gradually resume America “After the nighttime failure of the air mission notification system that provides safety information to aircrew”.

It added that it is continuing to investigate the cause of the initial problem. Despite this announcement, the number of delays has increased and according to flight tracker Flightaware, there are already 4,013 delayed flights in the country.

This morning, the FAA issued its order announcing that all US domestic flight departures will be delayed until 9:00 am Eastern Time (2:00 pm GMT) due to a failure in the notification system. Partial assignments.

After services were suspended, the FAA made progress in restoring the damaged system and the first flights resumed at Newark Liberty and Atlanta airports due to traffic congestion. Aviation In those areas.”

There is no evidence of a cyber attack

The Air Mission Notification System is a process that provides essential information to personnel related to flight operations and alerts in real time of abnormal conditions within the US space system.

President of AmericaJoe Biden told Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about the failure of the control system. air spaceWhite House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said in a tweet.

“At the moment there is no evidence of a cyber attack,” Jean-Pierre said, adding that Biden had ordered a full investigation into what caused it.

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The US experienced air chaos two weeks ago, however, with thousands of flights canceled as Winter Storm Elliott passed through. (EFE)