TAMPA (WFLA) – Southwest Airways is coping with technical issues for the second day in a row, based on a tweet from the airline’s account, and it seems planes are grounded once more.

“We’re conscious of system points and are working rapidly to resolve. We are going to share extra data quickly,” the message stated at 2 p.m. ET

The airline advised WFLA in a press release on Tuesday that was “within the technique of resuming regular operations after a quick pause in our flight exercise ensuing from intermittent efficiency points with our community connectivity Tuesday afternoon.”

The Federal Aviation Administration introduced Tuesday afternoon they’re helping and issued a short lived nationwide floor cease to the airline as the corporate resolves a reservation laptop concern.

A spokesperson for Tampa Worldwide Airport says 24 flights out and in of TPA are cancelled in the present day on account of outages with the airline.

On Monday planes have been grounded for hours due to a glitch. The airline advised NewsNation it was as a result of a third-party climate data supplier had issues that was stopping pilots from accessing vital security data.

Vacationers are requested to make use of Southwest‘s web site to test flight standing or seek the advice of a Southwest Airways Buyer Service Agent on the airport for help with journey wants.





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