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At least two major airlines delayed by overnight computer issues

American Airlines
FILE – In this Friday, June 3, 2016 file photo, an American Airlines passenger jet takes off from Miami International Airport in Miami. The company said it grounded a flight attendant who got into a verbal confrontation with a passenger after taking a baby stroller away from another passenger on a Friday, April 21, 2017 flight from San Francisco to Dallas-Fort Worth. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

If you’re flying today, check with your airline before heading to the airport.
The problem, your flight may be delayed or cancelled due to an overnight computer snag.
Airports in New York, Miami and Charlotte are dealing with some of the biggest disruptions.
An overnight systems failure delayed some operations for both American and JetBlue airlines.
It was a third party system that failed, not the airlines themselves.
The digital check-in system, Sabre, is back on line but the airlines are still playing catch up.

“They are just trying to check in the people who had 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. flights now and trying to get everyone else to hold back,” one traveler said. “Apparently the kiosks don’t work, so they are checking everyone in manually.”