Southwest said it has fixed the problem, which forced it to cancel 700 flights on Wednesday and delay hundreds of others. The airline operates about 3,900 daily flights this time of the year.
The company said it had to ground additional Thursday flights as it worked to get its planes and crews back in the right places for to operate its normal schedule. Combined, the carrier has canceled more than 1,000 flights and delayed hundreds more since technical glitch began Wednesday.
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