FAA outage: US flight delays could last days after FAA glitch
Normal air traffic operations are slowly resuming in the US after flights were halted on Wednesday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said.
The disruption was due to "irregularities" in the system that alerts pilots to potential hazards on flight routes, officials said.
Flights began taking off again around 0900 ET (1400 GMT), though airlines have warned of further delays.
Airports nationwide were affected, from Denver to Atlanta to New York City.
As of Wednesday afternoon east coast time, more than 7,600 flights in and out of the US had been...