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Airports worldwide are hit by delays after software outage

Flights were delayed and travelers struggled to check in at airports around the world on Thursday after a software program used by several major airlines went down. The program, known as Altea and developed by a company called Amadeus, encountered problems as a result of what Amadeus called a “network issue.” Altea helps airlines manage customer reservations, including tagging luggage and issuing boarding passes. Amie Tsang & Prashant S. Rao/New York Times/Denver Business Journal

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