Air Canada's network soars back up after Monday morning death dive

Air Canada computer glitch causing long lines across Canadian airports

Air Canada computer glitch causing long lines across Canadian airports

Air Canada late Monday was working to clear a backlog of passengers following what the carrier termed "computer-telecommunications issues" that affected both domestic and worldwide flights.

Passengers are reporting long lines at the airport and it appears some flights are grounded until further notice.

Air Canada said on its website it's working to resolve the issue and apologizes for the inconvenience. After around three hours, Air Canada issued an apology and said that things were on the mend.

Those at the Regina Airport who are either leaving or flying out on an Air Canada flight may want to check on the status of their flight.

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The Canadian carrier advised in a tweet that airport systems, check-in and customer call centres were all back online.

Airline Air Canada has confirmed that a system failure has led to maintenance problems, causing passengers during spring break have to deal with long queues and flight delays.

Michael Badejo, spokesperson with the Winnipeg Airports Authority, said four flights have been delayed, affecting about 200 people.

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