Tag Results for Airline Reservation Systems (13)

  1. Australian Airline Jetstar Hit by Computer Failure

    The Australian carrier Jetstar Airways, the low cost subsidiary of Qantas, experienced a computer failure Monday morning that led to the cancellation of 12 flights and delays to many others across Australia, The Australian reported today. The failure forced staff to check passengers in manually. What made the problem more acute was that it was the end of a school holiday period. Flights were said to be back to normal Monday afternoon although some passengers will have to wait until Tuesday to resume their journeys. According to the newspaper, a Jetstar spokesperson said that …

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  2. Software Problem Halts ANA Flights in Japan

    A software problem yesterday with the computer system used to controls reservations, check-in and baggage control for All Nippon Airways Co.'s (ANA) at 50 airports across Japan forced ANA backing into using manual procedures for those tasks, the Japanese Times reported. As a result, ANA was forced to cancel 53 domestic flights and delay 200 others, affecting over 51,000 passengers in all. The system was back up later in the day Sunday, but the impacts will last well into today. This is the second time that ANA has had a major problem with …

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