According to the Federal Aviation Association, a problem with a computer system used for air traffic management caused hundreds of delays at Florida airports on Monday. This disrupted flights on one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season.
According to Greg Chin, a representative for Miami International Airport, the problem started around one in the afternoon. It took place at the Miami Air Route Traffic Control Center, which is causing flights to be delayed. According to a statement provided by the FAA to Journalistpr, the issue was rectified by six o’clock.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) stated that they are “working toward safely returning to a normal traffic volume in the Florida area.”
According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the technology in question is the En Route Automation Modernization system. This system “is a modern computer system at the air traffic centers that manage en route traffic.” According to Chin, the ERAM outage has caused more than 50 departures of American Airlines, which serves as the hub carrier for Miami, to be delayed.
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American Airlines tweeted on Monday that “the ground halt for all Florida airports is affecting all carriers in and out of the area due to a problem at the MIA ATC control center.” An issue caused the ground stop at the Miami International Airport Air Traffic Control Center. Normal flight operations are gradually being restored. However, passengers on some flights should still anticipate delays.
According to FlightAware’s data, there were 221 delayed flights departing from Orlando International Airport and 246 delayed planes arriving there. The number of delayed departures from Fort Lauderdale International Airport was 186, while the number of delayed arrivals was 152. One hundred eleven planes were delayed at Miami International Airport.
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