DIA: United Airlines experiencing computer problems, delays possible


Viewer and Twitter user Steve Globetrotter informed KDVR of long lines at DIA on the morning of Feb. 18, 2014, that were likely related to computer issues being experienced by United Airlines. (Photo: Twitter / @globetrotter98)

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DENVER — United Airlines was in the process of dealing with at least two computer issues Tuesday morning, both of which caused delays for flights at the Denver International Airport.

Airport officials confirmed the first problem around 7:45 a.m., saying the airline had computer problems for about 30 minutes. United flights during that time were slightly delayed due to the issues, but those issues were reportedly solved around 8:15 a.m.

The second computer issue was reported at 8:35 a.m., with airport officials saying United Airlines customer service representatives were hand-printing tickets for passengers to try and speed things along. Officials did not confirm whether the two incidents were related.

While flights were still moving as the second computer issue was reported, airport officials said further delays with United flights out of DIA on Tuesday were possible.

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