Domestic flights that were grounded across the US due to a computer glitch at the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have resumed operations. Airplanes are slowly taking off at many airports in the United States. However, some conditions are still being restored to normal. BBC news.

Earlier, all domestic flights were suspended till 9 am on Wednesday due to a computer glitch. After 9 o’clock it was lifted and the situation began to return to the former.

Flight tracking website FlightAware reported at least 4,600 flight delays across the US.

A total of 1,230 inbound or outbound flights were delayed as of 7:19 am, according to flight tracking website FlightAware. Another 103 flights were also cancelled.

According to data from Cerium, a total of 21,464 flights with a carrying capacity of about 2.9 million passengers were scheduled to depart from airports in the United States on Wednesday.

American Airlines had the most departures from U.S. airports with 4,819 flights scheduled, followed by Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines, Cerium showed.

(January 11/ ES)