Another technical issue grounds flights on American in Charlotte

PSA Airlines a regional carrier for American had already canceled 275 of its scheduled flights on Thursday and 400 more on Friday

PSA Airlines a regional carrier for American had already canceled 275 of its scheduled flights on Thursday and 400 more on Friday

Flights were held due to technical issues with PSA Airlines, an American Airlines regional carrier, that affected primarily Charlotte flights.

Sunday, at least one flight heading to Charlotte from Tallahassee International Airport on American Airlines was delayed and at least one more was cancelled.

American Airlines blamed last week's cancellations on a "technical issue", but said PSA's schedules would begin returning to normal by 12 p.m. on Friday.

Three days after an initial technical issue with PSA resulted in the cancellation of more than 100 flights out of Charlotte, delays and cancellations continue to disrupt travel plans. The FAA Ground Stop has been lifted.

American Airlines said its regional carrier PSA experienced a technical issue Sunday morning.




"We encourage all customers flying out Sunday evening or Monday to check their flight status on aa.com or the American Airlines app". The total number of canceled flights is approximately 275 (about 120 in CLT).

"Charlotte Douglas International Airport continues to provide assistance to the airlines and our passengers as PSA and American Airlines work to resolve their operational issues. Customer relations will be reaching out to all of those who were impacted by this issue".

It's the second time since Friday that the carrier has dealt with the issue.

Officials said at least 70 flights were canceled Sunday night, and that flights will resume around noon on Monday. This includes extended concession and checkpoint hours, additional aviation department support staff and making available emergency supplies to travelers including diapers, wipes and formula, blankets and pillows.

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