Chicago-based United Airlines experienced a five-hour technological problem the morning of Feb. 8, causing delays to “less than 10%, under 500 flights” of its daily schedule, according to a spokesperson. No flights were canceled as a result of the outage. A United spokesperson told ATW the problem affected the system allowing crews to create flight plans on domestic and international flights. United last experienced a computer glitch on Jan. 22, which resulted in a ground stop ...

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