ALL FLIGHTS Cancelled Across U.S. Temporarily
On the heels of a catastrophic meltdown of the Southwest Airlines computer control system last week, the Federal Aviation Administration has replied with “hold my beer”.
The FAA experienced a total and epic shutdown this morning of a flight control system that allows flight crews and airport personnel to communicate and get flight information. That meant an absolute shutdown of all flight across the United States this morning. The Federal Aviation Administration issued a statement this morning, saying that the NOTAM system (Notice To Air Missions), which allows pilots and crews to plan out their flights, went down in flames this morning with no warning. As the FAA continues their efforts to get the system runing again, air travel has ground to a halt, this after last week’s horrendous failure of a similar outdated system with Southwest Airlines that stranded thousands of travelers across the U.S., including thousands in our own Tampa International Airport.
Karine Jean-Pierre, White House Press Secretary, has spoken with President Joe Biden and has said there is no evidence that the incident was a terrorist attack at this time. There is already a plan to perform a full investigation of the shutdown. because of the outage, all travelers are urged to call or contact their airline before headeding to their respective airport. Source: WFLA.com
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