A "glitch" affected iPads used by pilots on American Airlines flights causing delays on Tuesday, according to several reports from passengers.
The tablets provide navigation charts necessary for flying. Passengers posted on Twitter Tuesday night that a pilot said a system-wide outage was causing delays for the carrier's fleet of Boeing 737s.
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"Some flights are experiencing an issue with a software application," American Airlines tweeted at passengers. "For some, they've returned to the gate for Wi-Fi to fix."
FlightAware showed American Airlines Flight 1654, from Dallas-Fort Worth to Austin, as delayed. The Boeing 737-800 was originally scheduled to depart at 8:20 p.m. CDT. Read more...
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