The FAA says it issued a temporary nationwide ground stop at Southwest Airlines’ request, "while the company resolves a reservation computer issue."

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Computer problems led to travel delays across the country for Southwest Airlines’ passengers. That included travelers at Pittsburgh International Airport.

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The FAA issued a temporary nationwide ground stop at Southwest Airlines’ request, “while the company resolves a reservation computer issue.” The stop was lifted around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday

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Southwest Airlines said on Twitter that it was aware of the issue:

“We are in the process of resuming normal operations after a system issue this afternoon that created flight disruptions throughout our network. We know many Customers still require assistance and are working to address those concerns as quickly as possible.”

According to FlyPittsburgh, Pittsburgh International Airport’s website, several Southwest Flights were delayed or canceled due to the issues.

Flights from Pittsburgh to Atlanta and Baltimore have been canceled, and a flight to Orlando scheduled for tonight is canceled as well.

To check the status of flights to and from Pittsburgh International Airport, visit their website here.

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Southwest Airlines is now the largest carrier at Pittsburgh International Airport.