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FAA lifts ground order on flights after two-and-a-half hours: White House says ‘no evidence of cyberattack’ behind computer failure that delayed at least 4,000 flights and halted America’s air traffic for the first time since 9/11

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All flights across America were grounded today for the first time since 9/11 after a crucial FAA computer system that pilots use to access flight plans and communicate with air traffic control crashed overnight, Your Content has learned.

The FAA’s NOTAM system – which pilots use to see flight plans – failed overnight.

The White House says there is ‘no evidence’ of a cyber attack.

The issue was fixed by 9am but more than 4,000 flights were delayed as a result.

It is the latest air travel headache for the US after the Southwest Airlines scandal,‘according to ABC6.

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