More Computer System Issues at Delta Air Lines?

I just received word moments ago that passengers had to manually be checked in to board an airplane at Raleigh-Durham International Airport because — according to my source — “nothing is working.”

More Computer System Issues at Delta Air Lines?

There is no word yet as to whether or not this is an isolated issue; but as I get more information, I intend to report it.


The report I received is unconfirmed at this time; but with the spate of information technology issues which have plagued airlines in the United States recently — United Airlines experienced another technical glitch earlier this week — I would not be surprised if this report is confirmed to be true.

This is where I turn to you: if you are a passenger on a flight operated by Delta Air Lines today, please report here if you are experiencing delays in your travel due to a technical outage or glitch.

Please stay tuned…

3 thoughts on “More Computer System Issues at Delta Air Lines?”

  1. Rob says:

    RDU is a CUTE station which the airport is responsible for. This has nothing to do with DL IT.

    1. Brian Cohen says:

      Common Use Terminal Equipment, for those who did not know what is the meaning of the acronym CUTE.

      Thank you, Rob. I would rather that there were no technical glitches in any airline information technology system…

    2. a says:

      Does this mean all airlines use the same computer system?

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