The grounding of all flights and Federal Aviation Administration systems failure that occurred Wednesday morning across the United States was caused by a mistake made by an engineer, Your Content has learned.
More than 11,300 flights were delayed or canceled Wednesday morning after an FAA system meltdown that prompted a grounding order.
Close to 600 flights were delayed by midday Thursday as the system experienced a hangover from Wednesday’s chaos.
The corrupted file that caused the disastrous glitch was inserted by an engineer who didn’t realize his mistake,‘according to FLIPBOARD.
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