Live updates: Departures are "resuming gradually" after the FAA imposes a hold on all domestic flights due to a computer glitch.

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Pilots are informed of real-time restrictions and flight risks by the afflicted system.

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All domestic departures were put on a countrywide standstill until nine in the morning.

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on Wednesday morning as a result of a computer error that affected flights across the country,

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Regular operations were "resuming gradually," the Federal Aviation Administration stated.

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Authorities announced that "the ground stop has been withdrawn" at 8:50 a.m. ET.

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We are still looking into what led to the first problem.

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The FAA stated on Twitter that departures have started up again.

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at the two biggest hubs in the nation, Newark, New Jersey, and Atlanta,

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Added were, "At 9 a.m. ET, we anticipate other airport departures to start up again.

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The applicable Notice Administration authorities claim that

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The NOTAM system is responsible for alerting pilots of flight dangers and current restrictions.

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All aeroplanes across the nation were temporarily grounded by the FAA, which said it was

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After an outage, "still trying to fully restore the Notice to Air Missions system."

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"To enable the organisation to verify the veracity of flight and safety information,

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Airlines have been told by the FAA to postpone all domestic departures until 9 a.m.

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