Star Alliance carrier LOT Polish Airlines was forced to cancel 11 out of 200 scheduled flights Sunday at Warsaw’s Frederic Chopin Airport after its computers were hacked, grounding 1,400 passengers. “Our ground-handling software was impacted and we were not able to manage flight planning,” CEO Sebastian Mikosz told reporters at a LOT press briefing in Warsaw. “However, the problem was resolved quickly,” he said, adding a commission will investigate the source ...

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