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Crash of check-in systems in airports across the globe
20:43, 28 September 2017
Crash of check-in systems in airports across the globe

The software glitch became the reason for temporary inconveniences, - The Telegraph

20:43, 28 September 2017

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Several major airports around the world reported crashes of the Amadeus Altea software, which air carriers use for check-in systems. The Telegraph reported that on Thursday.

According to the message, crashes occurred at Heathrow and Gattwik airports (London), Charles de Gaulle (Paris), as well as in airports of Zurich, Melbourne, Johannesburg, Singapore and Washington.

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‘Gatwick described the situation as a "momentary IT glitch" and said it was not causing flight delays, adding that it believed the system was "back up and running" after about 15 minutes. Heathrow said it was causing "intermittent" problems, but that passengers were still able to check-in, "although the process may take slightly longer than usual", the outlet wrote.

Program errors were reported also in the Netherlands, airports of Tokyo and Hong Kong.          

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