Southwest Airways issued a nationwide floor cease Friday morning, reportedly following a technical challenge with its laptop programs.

Passengers started reporting delayed flights as early as 5:30 a.m. (EST) by way of Twitter. The airline additionally responded to many vacationers by way of the social media platform, apologizing for the “inconvenience” and assuring clients the technical workforce was working to repair the problem.

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Shortly after 6:30 a.m., Southwest had informed a passenger the problem was “resolved.” A short time later, a consultant for Southwest Airways informed Fox Information its “airport expertise programs are performing usually and flights are boarding and departing.”

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The reason for the technical challenge was not instantly out there.

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Southwest’s floor cease comes amid the service’s ongoing cancellations as a result of maintenance-related points, in accordance with the Fort Value Star-Telegram. The airline had additionally issued an operational emergency starting final week as a result of an “uncommon variety of grounded flights,” per the Dallas Morning Information.

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