KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A computer problem at United Airlines did not affect any flights at Kansas City International Airport, a spokesman there said.
There was only one delayed United departure noted on KCI’s website – Flight 4875 to Denver/Durango - but the majority of the airport’s arrivals for United showed no flight status.
Flight information on www.flykci.com is provided by the airlines, according to the website.
“We're aware of a computer issue affecting some of our flights,” said a tweet from United. “We're working to resolve it. We'll update as we have more details.”
United Airlines operates out of terminals A and C at KCI.
The Associated Press reported passengers in several cities say the outage stranded passengers at airports across the country. . Some fliers said they had been waiting nearly two hours to depart.
"Our system is up,” a second tweet, about 30 minutes after the first, read. “We’re resuming operations for affected flights.”
This is at least the third major computer outage for the airline since June.
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