FAA says flight computers working again
FAA officials say failed computers thatdelayed flights across the country are now working again.
The air traffic controllers union says the computer failureinvolved both of the Federal Aviation Administration's computercenters in Salt Lake City and Atlanta.
Even though the FAA said Thursday the problem had been solved,Doug Church, a spokesman for the National Air Traffic ControllersUnion, said controllers were still entering flight plans manuallyinto computers in some locations.
The computers at the two centers, which handle flight plans forair traffic throughout the country, broke down early Thursday. News 12 BX Live Traffic and WeatherJohn F. Kennedy International AirportLaGuardia AirportNewark Liberty International AirportFAA