FAA officials say failed computers that delayed flights across the country are now working again. The air traffic controllers union says the computer failure involved both of the Federal Aviation Administration's computer centers in Salt Lake City and Atlanta, which handle flight plans for air traffic throughout the country.
Even though the FAA said today the problem had been solved, a spokesman for the National Air Traffic Controllers Union, said controllers were still entering flight plans manually into computers in some locations. This is the second time in 15 months that a glitch in the flight plan system caused delays. The FAA still hasn't said how many flights were affected.