Passengers on flights headed to Charlotte Douglas International Airport confronted delays and frustration Sunday, as technical issues with one in every of American Airlines’ regional carriers continued.
Flights heading to the airport have been positioned beneath two floor stops Sunday, one within the morning and one ending at four p.m., in accordance to the Federal Aviation Administration and an American Airlines spokesperson.
One of American Airlines’ regional carriers, PSA Airlines, was having a technical issue that prompted delays Sunday, the spokesperson stated. The floor cease is a part of an effort to management PSA Airlines site visitors to Charlotte, he stated.
Delays associated to PSA Airlines started in Charlotte Thursday and prompted two floor stops Sunday. The earlier cease was lifted earlier than 10:30 a.m.
A technical issue with the regional service prompted greater than 120 Charlotte flights to be canceled on Thursday, and the problems continued into Friday morning, Charlotte Douglas stated on Twitter.
Hundreds of individuals have been stranded at the airport Thursday evening, a few of them sleeping on flooring. Other airports have been additionally affected.
PSA Airlines usually operates greater than 800 day by day flights to United States locations east of Ohio, the place the American Airlines Group-owned firm relies, in accordance to its website.
If you’ve a flight scheduled in the present day, ensure that to verify its standing on-line earlier than coming to the airport, Charlotte Douglas recommended on Twitter.
Jane Wester: 704-358-5128 @janewester