A technical glitch at outside aviation company. airlines Monday.
The issue has been resolved, but it may cause some disruption in travel plans. Delays that began appearing first in Chicago, New York, Miami, and Boston spread to Dallas, Atlanta, Detroit and Washington, DC
The Federal Aviation Administration said the technical issue was "in a hurry" information and updates.
American Airlines said the technical issue was related to AeroData, a company that makes aircraft location and balancing technology. The glitch affected a few of American's regional carriers.
Southwest Airlines lifted an internal ground stop at 7:05 am. Eastern that had been implemented for about 40 minutes. The airline anticipates scattered delays.
Some United Airlines regional carriers were hampered by the issue, which resulted in delays for United Express flights, the company said.
Delta said that the outage limited some.
"Some flights have been affected, and have been working to get back on schedule," United said of its Delta Connection flights leaving on time. The airline does not anticipate flight cancellations.