UPDATE: Delta Air Lines officials confirmed that IT teams have restored all systems after a technology issue occurred Tuesday evening.
The airline said that employees are working to accommodate those whose travel plans have been impacted due to the glitch.
According to the post, Delta said the Fly Delta app is now working and people wanting to check on their flight status can do so on delta.com.
The following is the news release issued on Delta’s News Hub:
Delta teams have restored all IT systems after a technology issue briefly affected some systems this evening. Delta employees are now working diligently to accommodate customers whose travel plans have been affected. Booking, check-in and flight status are now available on delta.com. The Fly Delta app is also now functional. Customers should check flight information on delta.com or on the Fly Delta app for the latest operational information affecting their flights.
During the technology issue, Delta issued a mainline groundstop in the U.S. until systems could be brought back up. There was no disruption or safety impact on any Delta flights in the air.
We apologize to all customers for this inconvenience.
GSP International Airport spokesperson Dudley Brown said the passengers who were previously deplaned due to the technical glitch have since boarded another flight and are expected to take off shortly.
(WSPA) – Delta Air Lines officials confirmed that a technology issue has caused the airline to issue a groundstop, as their IT teams working to resolve the issue.
According to Delta, there has not been any disruption, or safety issues, for any flight currently in the air, and the airline apologizes to customers for the inconvenience.
Delta IT teams are working diligently to address a technology issue impacting some of our systems. We have issued a Delta groundstop as we work to bring systems back up as quickly as possible. There has been no disruption or safety issue with any Delta flight currently in the air. We apologize to all customers for this inconvenience.
7News spoke with Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport spokesman Dudley Brown, who told us that so far one flight had been impacted by the technology issue, and passengers had to deplane.
Brown said they are currently monitoring the situation.