Air Canada says transborder flights impacted by FAA outage

Cold weather front hits VancouverAn Air Canada plane takes off following a snow storm at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada December 22, 2022. REUTERS/Jennifer Gauthier

MONTREAL, Jan 11 (Reuters) – Air Canada (AC.TO), the foreign carrier with the most flights into the United States, said its transborder operations would be affected by a U.S. system outage on Wednesday, but it was too early to determine the full impact.

Canada's largest carrier said on Wednesday it will put in place a "goodwill policy" for affected customers to change their travel plans, after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) scrambled to fix a system outage overnight that forced a halt to all U.S. departing flights. read more

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