Thousands of people were left stranded at airports around the world as flights across the US, Japan, Italy and the United Kingdom were delayed or cancelled.
The Memphis cancellations were among 530 flights scrubbed by Delta worldwide on Tuesday, on top of about 1,000 cancellations Monday. It has more than 15,000 flights a day along with its alliance partners.
Delta airlines is yet to resume normal operations.
The three delayed flights were delayed between 33 minutes and 141 minutes, according to FlyLouisville.com.
Because of the ripple effect after the outage, numerous airline's crews and airplanes were out of place.
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Delta's travel waiver was extended to customers traveling on Tuesday, and unaccompanied minors are still unable to travel with Delta until Wednesday.
Delta Airlines Inc. ranks as the third-largest in the world by number of passengers carried, with 138.8 million travellers past year, according to industry group IATA.
Georgia Power confirmed that Monday's outage was caused by a "switch-gear" problem.
Last month, the average Delta flight was 87% full.
If you're planning to fly Delta today, you will still want to check the status of your flight.
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The airline says customers are being provided with hotel rooms and other accommodations for overnight stays where available.
In New York, two flights from John F. Kennedy International and two from LaGuardia are canceled. "The company could have done a better job of explaining. what was happening".
Channel 2's senior engineer Gary Pearcey took us into the basement at WSB-TV to show us critical electrical system like the one that malfunctioned at delta. The investigation of the outage is ongoing, but he said there is no indication that the problems were caused by a hack or intentional breach of the system.
An electrical problem at its Atlanta headquarters early Monday morning, forcing the airline to cancel around 1,000 flights yesterday. No other customers lost power, he said.
A Delta Airlines flight takes off Monday at LaGuardia Airport in NY. Even brief outages can snarl traffic and cause long delays. Southwest Airlines was forced to cancel more than 2,000 flights across the US last month after technology problems prevented many travelers from checking in or boarding flights.
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