Airplanes at ground due to a black-out. Delta: cancelled nearly 400 flights today
Atlanta, Usa - Five things to know about its Atlanta operation
Delta has cancelled nearly 400 flights today as it works to recover from a power outage at the Atlanta airport that shut down the facility for much of Sunday. Nearly 1,000 flights were cancelled on Sunday following the power outage, which impacted all airlines operating in Atlanta. Power has been restored, and here's what its customers traveling through Atlanta today need to know: - As of 10:15 am, airport trains are operational, but customers are still advised to arrive early due to high airport volume. Customers with paper boarding passes from yesterday will need to reprint them before going through security checkpoints for travel today. - The airline is working to reaccommodate customers. Those who need booking assistance are encouraged to go to the Fly Delta app or delta.com to check flight status before leaving for the airport. - Its customers flying to, from or though Atlanta can make a one-time change to their travel plans. Waiver details. - The carrier has temporarily embargoed travel for unaccompanied minors traveling to, from or through Atlanta Monday due to the power outage. Unaccompanied minors who already began their travel Sunday may continue. - Delta has established a dedicated line to assist customers with checked luggage that was impacted by the disruption. Customers (including Air France-KLM customers) should call 1-888-977-1005 to arrange for baggage delivery. Due to congestion, customers are encouraged to call the dedicated line for assistance rather than going to an airport baggage service office.
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