Delta Computer Glitch Still Affecting Flights In Daytona Beach

By on August 8, 2016 in WNDB News

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Daytona Beach, FL-Update: Delta Airlines flyers should expect delays/cancellations again today at DBIA. Check your flight status. DBIA Business Director Jay Cassens said it could take up to a week to get the situation back in order. Delta is offering no-fee changes for cancellations and delays of more than three hours.

Earlier reporting below:

Delta announced at 8:40 AM that the ground stop due to a power outage and computer problem in Altanta had been lifted. Big delays in the system remain. Check your flight status.

Daytona Beach International Airport is among the airports nationwide dealing with a Delta computer outage today. DBIA spokesman Jay Cassens says the computer program affected is used by Delta pilots to file flight plans.

Delta flights have been delayed across the country.

Cassens says DBIA has 6 to 7 daily Delta arrivals and departures. He recommends checking with the carrier for flight status.

Cassens was a guest on WNDB’s Daytona’s Morning News.

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