In a 7 a.m. statement, the airline said about 170 Sunday night flights had been canceled and 110 more on Monday, with further cancellations and delays possible.
Some top Republican lawmakers have urged Trump to back down over measures that stranded travelers around the world and prompted tens of thousands to protest in a number of U.S. cities, criticizing what they see as anti-Muslim policies.
Several firms have issued research on Delta Air Lines. Travelers are advised to check with the airline for flight delays and cancellation details.
Delta Air Lines has suffered a major systems outage.
Coincidentally, the outage happened the same day massive protests against President Donald Trump's ban on immigrants and refugees from six predominantly Muslim countries were occurring at airports across the nation. Some customers experienced delays upon landing, especially at Delta's hub airports.
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What the world now needs to focus on is the ominous message in the way the executive order behind it was created and implemented. The largest demonstrations were in Glasgow and Edinburgh with protesters also gathering in Aberdeen and Dundee.
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Hopes of budgetary sops and a strong rupee buoyed the Indian equities markets during the mid-afternoon trade session on Monday. The BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty are likely to open on in red on Tuesday following weak global cues.
The outage appears to also extend to Delta.com and the carrier's mobile app in which bookings, flight status, and other functions are not displayed. American Airlines fell 6 percent, United Continental declined 5 percent, and Delta fell 4 percent.
ATALANTA, GA- In an nearly here we go again scenario, Delta Airlines announced Monday an outage caused it to cancel 110 flights on Monday morning and there could be more cancellations later in the day.
As a result, the company says affected customers will be able to make changes to their itineraries without a fee or even cancel their flights for a refund.
Delta Airlines (DAL) said Monday morning that a computer glitch that kept the airline from flying over the weekend is back in working order. The Atlanta-based airline reports approximately 150 flights were canceled Sunday night, with more expected.
Delta issued a waiver for anyone slated to travel on January 29 or 30 and restricted unaccompanied minors from flying the airline until noon on Monday.