Technical outage causing flight delays for airlines

Major U.S. airlines are experiencing some delays Monday after a technical glitch in a third-part vendor.

The issue was solved, but may cause a few a disruption in travel plans. There are delays early Monday at airports in Chicago, New York, Boston, Atlanta, Miami and Detroit.

The Federal Aviation Administration said the technical problem guided travelers to contact airlines directly for updates and flight information and hit on a number of airlines. Airlines say travelers must check for the latest updates on flights in their sites.

Dan Landson of Southwest Airlines said there has been an outage with a seller that services carriers with data utilized in flight preparation. Southwest said it raised an inner ground stop at. Delays that are scattered are anticipated by the airline.

Kate Modolo of Delta stated from departing on time the recliner prevented some of its Delta Connection flights. The airline doesn’t expect flight cancellations.

American Airlines said the issue was associated with AeroData. A few of its own regional carriers affected.