U.S. airlines hope for return to normal after FAA system outage

The U.S. aviation sector was struggling to return to normal on January 11 following a nationwide ground stop imposed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) over a computer issue. Almost 10,000 flights have been delayed so far and over 2,800 canceled, according to FlightAware. FAA said it has traced the outage to a damaged database file, but added there was no evidence of a cyberattack and the investigation was continuing.

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