Several major airlines hit with computer issues, FAA says

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A technical glitch at an outside aviation company led to delays at major USA airlines Monday.

The No. 1 United States carrier American Airlines said the outage was affecting regional carriers nationwide. Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Alaska Airlines were affected, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. At Denver International Airport the impact appears to be biggest for Southwest Airlines customers.

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The spokesman, Greg Martin, said the outage was "short-lived" and delays should be "minimal".

Both Delta and Southwest acknowledged that there was a system-wide outage.

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Computer outages Monday morning were causing flights to be delayed out of several airports across the country.

The intermittent problem lasted about two hours, according to American Airlines Group Inc., which experienced delays at some of its regional affiliates. He said even the PA system in the waiting area wasn't working. Airlines are urging passengers to monitor flight times for changes throughout the day. The agency issued a statement around 8.30 a.m. ET, saying the issue had been resolved. In addition to the weight and balance system, the company also provides airlines with aircraft performance data, other aircraft management applications, and a "compute server system" to host these services. "Mainline operations and regional operations" were being "impacted to varying degrees".

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For Southwest, five outbound and four inbound flights were delayed due to the software problem, spokeswoman Alisa D. Sisic said shortly before noon.

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