A major computer problem forced the Dutch Royal KLM to cancel a bulk of its flight leaving from Schiphol today. Thousands of frustrated passengers were stranded after various attempts to board them on numerous flights.
In the end KLM anounced that most its flights had to be canceled. All together Schiphol canceled over 200 flights due to the technical computer issues. KLM passengers have been advised of software issues in checking in at Schiphol airport, according to tweets by the airline.
Earlier in September, airports around the world have been experiencing delays after what the BBC describes as a ‘software issue’. A spokeswoman for KLM was not immediately available to speak to DutchNews.nl.
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