FAA glitch delays flights at Reagan National
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FAA glitch delays flights at Reagan National

Federal Aviation Administration officials say a failed computer system that affected flights across the country Thursday morning is working again, but they cautioned travelers to expect residual delays. Reagan National Airport seemed mostly quiet, although departure boards showed several delays and travelers showed some annoyance. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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