Alaska Airlines Flights Delayed, Cancelled Due To Computer Problem

Alaska Airlines suffered a computer glitch Monday that caused long lines in Seattle and Anchorage, as travelers faced delays and  cancelled flights.   According to the airline’s spokeswoman, Maryanne Lindsey, the network outage was caused by the airline’s internet provider Sprint, after a fiber network cable was cut in the Midwest.   The Sprint connection affects the system the airline uses for reservations and check in.

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