ATLANTA GA– Delta Airlines computer systems are back on line, up and running. That was not the case early Monday morning when air travel challenges.
All of Atlanta-based, Delta Airlines computer systems were down. It caused flights around the world to be grounded. Delta says it was a power outage in Atlanta that led to the computer issues.
The problem was first uncovered when a flight was to take off from San Francisco.—-According to Delta, the airline’s control center computer system was shut down. A collaborative effort was underway with Georgia Power. A systems check showed that all systems were up and running from the power company to the airport. A router type distribution panel was not functioning at the airport, A Georgia Power spokesperson said.
As of this posting three hundred flights out of Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport had been cancelled.