Customers who reported airport-related issues at several airports
flooded tweets by rolling slightly after 11am ET (8am PT) about computer or network issues. Passengers on the ground stated that the issues relating to the flight registration systems and that they were unable to issue residence passports.
A spokesman for American Airlines confirmed that the reservation system and the Saber flight reservation was the issue of several major airlines – including WestJet, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue, which had passenger issues reporting on them. JetBlue later confirmed that he was recovering from the defense. A saber spokesman, who tweet, [tweeted] said that “recovery is ongoing.”
One passenger on the ground at Portland International Airport said there are no flights under construction. delayed and around the country
Saber is one of a handful of flight reservation systems used by airlines worldwide. Saber, developed by Saber Holdings, based in Texas, provides service to over 400 airlines and 220,000 hotels. 19659002] Updated with traffic from JetBlue and Saber, and the break-out is resolved.