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Southwest is investigating the issue and said the two problems didn't appear to be related.
Operations had resumed by midafternoon Tuesday.
Southwest Airlines canceled 500 flights, 15% of its schedule, Tuesday as it struggled with connectivity issues, a day after technical problem with a weather data supplier delayed hundreds of flights.
The Federal Aviation Administration briefly issued a nationwide ground stop for Southwest, which prevents its flights from taking off to avoid overwhelming destinations.

More than 1,690 Southwest flights were delayed on Tuesday, close to half of the carrier's schedule, according to flight tracking site FlightAware. The airline said operations were returning to normal by Tuesday afternoon.
Southwest said it is investigating the issue and doesn't have reason to believe it's connected to Monday's problem.

Denver International Airport earlier tweeted that Southwest was having a "network connectivity issue" and warned travelers that flight delays are likely.

On Monday, 1,541 Southwest flights, about 41% of its schedule, were delayed, according to FlightAware.

The airline said that its operations on were disrupted Monday evening after its "third-party weather provider experienced intermittent performance issues" but told employees earlier Tuesday that it was in "relatively good shape" as operations resumed.
The issue occurred just as airlines like Southwest are flying an increasing number of travelers as demand rebounds from the coronavirus pandemic.

Carriers are grappling with a surge in customers along with employee reductions after they offered buyouts and other packages to cut costs in the pandemic. Southwest, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines, for example, have warned travelers about long hold times for customer service and encouraged them to use self-service options.

While Southwest's issue Tuesday appeared to have only briefly impacted its systems, longer-lasting technology issues or outages can be costly. Delta estimated an August 2016 data center outage that led to about 2,300 cancelations over three days cost it about $150 million in pretax income that quarter.
Listener Forum / KOKC APP, DL 1730 question
« Last post by AJISAI on June 16, 2021, 02:39:01 AM »
Hi, I was listening DL1730 (unruly passenger) ATC.
I couldn't interpret following phrases.
Can somebody help me to dictate it? 
(The audio file is attached)

Pilot: we do have 17L in our box we can just get vectors to visual to land
ATC : Q. [ get ready as expected ] or [ wherever you expected ] or [    ] ????

Pilot : delta 1730, we're going to the airport now, can we get a heading Q. [and lower? (along?) ]

Pilot: delta 1730, ready for base Q. [so I can ** roller?? ]
Pilot : I'm sorry, delta 1730, I think it's Q.[ ***ning ] for base, Q. [ so I can roller? ]
ATC : delta 1730, turn right heading 080, descent and maintain 3000, traffic that'll turn will be one o'clock, east bound, helicopter, 2300 ?? 2200?

Aviation Audio Clips / Cirrus Fatal Crash - KTRK
« Last post by Fryy on June 15, 2021, 09:34:32 PM »
Cirrus N89423 fatal crash today in Truckee, CA.

*Edited to mention, there was approximately 3.5 minutes from take off clearance to the time tower started calling them.
 Audio clip is edited down to relevant audio and removed silence. I uploaded the unedited archived audio as well.
Listener Forum / Re: Geneva frequencies missing
« Last post by Haribda on June 15, 2021, 10:15:15 AM »
Any chance to bring back the LSGG feed?
Aviation News (General) / Re: Miami Center / MCO
« Last post by KB4TEZ on June 15, 2021, 06:58:41 AM »
completely agree (West Palm here)
and this morning in Orlando, gonna be bumpy coming in this morning too.

Aviation News (General) / Miami Center / MCO
« Last post by kyle172 on June 14, 2021, 05:27:20 PM »
Summer is here in Florida, hats off to the controllers at Miami Center ZMA 67 handling the weather. It’s been rough here last few days..
Aviation News (General) / Miami Center / MCO
« Last post by kyle172 on June 14, 2021, 05:26:14 PM »
Summer is here in Florida, hats off to the controllers at Miami Center ZMA 67 handling the weather. It’s been rough here last few days..
Attached is the relevant audio editted by yours truly of Flight 1730 ATC audio .
Enjoy and comment!

source :

A Delta employee is in custody Saturday morning after allegedly causing a ruckus during one of the airline’s flights Friday night to Atlanta, where he said out loud that "he would take the plane down," Oklahoma City Police tell Fox News.

The incident forced the pilot to divert the aircraft to Oklahoma City following its departure from Los Angeles, flight records show. The man behind the chaos – an off-duty Delta employee in his late 20s – received medical attention after being removed from the plane and the FBI is now taking over the investigation, according to Oklahoma City Police.

"Thanks to the crew and passengers of Delta Flight 1730 (LAX to ATL) who assisted in detaining an unruly passenger as the flight diverted to Oklahoma City (OKC)," Delta said in a statement. "The aircraft landed without incident and the passenger was removed by law enforcement."
Aviation Audio Clips / Re: 22 May: Mooney M20J, N5717K, yoke came off
« Last post by lyippiaje on June 12, 2021, 12:44:34 PM »
I was in the pattern that day, was one of the aircraft twr told to expect full stop.
Saw him land, very heavy porpoise but he made it and all was well at the end. Happy everyone got home safely!
Pilot/Controller Forum / Omaha/Lincoln NE, nasty line
« Last post by KB4TEZ on June 11, 2021, 09:19:10 AM »
From my old stomping grounds (Univ of Nebraska), going to be bit bumpy today !
everyone getting around it.
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