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All flights stopped in America, was cyber attack the reason? White House told

All flights stopped in America, was cyber attack the reason?  White House told


According to the latest updates, normal air traffic operations are slowly resuming across the US and the ground stop has been lifted. However, it may take a long time to restore the old system again.

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oi-Sanjay Kumar Jha

Published: Wednesday, January 11, 2023, 20:00 [IST]

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Flights to Resume Across US

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Air services have been badly affected due to a glitch in the US Federal Aviation Administration’s NOTAM system. According to media reports, about 4,000 flights have been delayed so far. The Federal Aviation Administration says that technical experts are working to fix the system. It is being described as the biggest incident in American aviation history. President Joe Biden has asked for a report on this whole matter.

White House ordered investigation

White House Press Secretary Karin Jean Pierre has said that President Biden has been informed about the problem. Based on the investigation so far, we can say that it is not a case of cyber attack, but the President has ordered a thorough and serious investigation into the matter. Talking to the media, US President Biden said that all aircraft have been allowed to land safely. However, planes cannot be allowed to takeoff right now.

Biden himself is monitoring

US President Biden said that at the moment, it is difficult to say what is the reason for this big problem. He himself is monitoring this matter. Biden said he had spoken with Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and asked him to report back when the cause of the failure was identified. According to the latest updates, normal air traffic operations are slowly resuming across the US and the ground stop has been lifted. However, it may take a long time to restore the old system again.

it will take time to get things right

NBC aviation analyst Capt. John Cox said, “I think domestic flight operations will return to normal by Thursday night or Friday morning. Suppose an aircraft is stuck in New York and has to reach Los Angeles after 4 hours. There could be a delay of hours. Obviously this will mess up the entire flight schedule. We have to analyze the whole system now.”

All flights in America stalled due to computer system fault, more than 2500 flights were postponedAll flights in America stalled due to computer system fault, more than 2500 flights were postponed

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Flights to Resume Across US After Federal Aviation Administration System Failure

Story first published: Wednesday, January 11, 2023, 20:00 [IST]

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