The FAA said in a tweet that it is working on restoring its ‘Notice to Air Mission System’.
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The movement of hundreds of aircraft in the US has come to a standstill after a computer fault in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The fault came after a glitch in the FAA’s NOTAM (Notice to Air Mission) system. According to Fox News, about 400 flights have been canceled across the US so far due to this fault. At the same time, 1200 flights are running late.
Due to the stoppage of flight service, thousands of passengers are stranded at the airport and are sharing on social media. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden was informed about the plane crisis. He has ordered an inquiry into the incident. Read big updates related to this…
- The Federal Aviation Administration has asked airlines to suspend all departures to the US until 9 a.m. (local time) following a computer system glitch.
- According to news agency ANI, more than 1200 flights are running late. At the same time, Fox News said that due to this problem, about 400 flights have been canceled across America.
- US President Joe Biden has been informed about the plane crisis. He has ordered an inquiry into the incident. The FAA said the malfunction occurred after a glitch in the NOTAM (Notice to Air Mission) system.
- Notice to Air Mission (NOTAM) This system alerts pilots and other personnel about air issues and delays at other facilities at airports across the country.
- Thousands of passengers are stranded at the airport due to the suspension of flight services and are sharing their reactions on social media. On the other hand, the FAA said in a tweet that it is working on restoring its ‘Notice to Air Mission System’.
- The FAA said, ‘We are investigating this and are now reloading the system.’ The agency said that operations in the National Airspace System are affected. She will continue to update on this.