About 120 flights were canceled in the Queen City.
Yesterday evening, thousands of people were stranded at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport after a computer glitch shut down all flights in and out of Charlotte for over 12 hours.
PSA Airlines, a subsidiary of American Airlines, canceled 275 flights Thursday and around 400 flights Friday around the nation due to the technical issue.
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The airline's efforts to accommodate passengers on American flights and other regional carriers were found lacking by some customers who expressed their displeasure online.
Disgruntled passengers at Charlotte's airport let American Airlines have it on social media late Thursday. "The issue has been resolved and we apologize to our customers for the inconvenience", the airlines told Newsweek. "We never want to disrupt our customers' travel plans, and we are sorry for the trouble this caused".
If you or someone you know has a flight booked on American Airlines today, check your flight's status before you head out the door.
Our team members are focused on taking care of our customers by accommodating them on mainline flights or other regional carriers.