A technical glitch that hit check-in operations at scores of airports globally early Sept. 28 has been resolved. The glitch knocked out systems operated by Madrid-based travel industry IT provider Amadeus, spurring long passenger queues, confusion and social media commentary. In a statement on Amadeus’ corporate blog released at 10 a.m. Sept 28, the company confirmed that its Amadeus Altéa Departure Control systems had been recovered and had returned to normal. “During ...

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