US: United Airlines grounds flights after 'network connectivity issue'
July 9 , 2015
United Airlines was forced to ground its flights in the United States following a “network connectivity issue.”
At least 90 United flights were delayed because of the computer glitch, reports said.
On June 2, the airline had grounded its flights for a shorter period after discovering faulty data on the flight planning system.
A few months ago, American Airlines enforced a temporary flight ban after an app used by its pilots malfunctioned.