Computer issue that caused airport delays fixed
A computer glitch that caused delays and long lines for some American Airlines and United Airlines passengers at Philadelphia International Airport has been resolved.
Airport spokeswoman Victoria Lupica says the problem started early Wednesday morning in a computer system at a ticketing counter. It caused problems for several hours before the issue was resolved by 9 a.m.
The airlines didn't immediately say how many flights were affected. Lupica says flights on other airlines at the airport weren't affected and that service has returned to normal.
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