U.S. Airways Beginning To Return To Normal

U-S Airways says its operations are returning to
normal today after computer glitches started shutting down hundreds
of check-in kiosks over the weekend, including in Charlotte, North
Carolina.
US Airways spokesman Phil Gee said technicians are continuing to
fix computer systems in several cities where travelers experienced
delays. Meanwhile, the carrier asked its customers to use Web-based
check-ins.
Problems with self-service kiosks in Charlotte, Philadelphia,
Boston and Las Vegas began Sunday after the airline put a new
computerized reservation system in place.
Gee says that in all, 685 of the airline's 930 kiosks shut down
at various times since Sunday. The malfunctioning kiosks resulted
in an unspecified number of delays, but led to no flight
cancellations.
By Tuesday, Gee said more than 70 percent of the airline's
departures and arrivals were on time -- about normal for U-S
Airways.


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