Southwest Airlines flights were back on schedule Saturday after a computer outage prompted dozens of cancellations around the country on Friday.
Southwest Airlines grounded its entire fleet of airplanes preparing for late-night departures, including flights from the Bay Area’s three major airports, due to a system-wide computer problem Friday night.
A computer glitch that inadvertently cancelled food stamp cards has left tens of thousands of Californians unable to use them to buy food.
United Airlines worked late Tuesday afternoon to get its flights running on-time again after a major computer “network outage” halted flights nationwide for about two hours.
A computer glitch stemming from United Airlines merger with Continental caused confusion, long lines and missed flights for many travelers at San Francisco International airport on Saturday.
Bay Area Rapid Transit trains were in full service during Tuesday morning’s commute after service was stopped for several hours throughout the system due to a computer glitch Monday night.