American Airlines says a technical problem that forced one of its regional carriers to cancel hundreds of flights has been resolved, though several flights in and out of Chattanooga were canceled today.
A company statement says American's PSA Airlines carrier canceled 275 flights Thursday and around 400 flights Friday because of the technical issue. Travel through Charlotte-Douglas International Airport has been particularly affected, where nearly half of PSA's Friday flights were canceled.
In Chattanooga, canceled flights today include a 5:41 a.m. departure to Charlotte, a 10:44 a.m. arrival from Washington, D.C., and a 12:17 departure to Washington, D.C., according to Lovell Field.
The airline says the problem with a system that affects crew scheduling and dispatch operations was resolved and service was expected to resume at noon today.
The airline says it's working to accommodate passengers on American flights and other regional carriers.
There were no problems with American Airlines itself or other regional carriers.
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