The Federal Aviation Administration was established on January 11. Temporarily suspended all domestic departuresUnited States, after the failure of Notification of Air Task Force. agency later openThe database file that caused the outage was corrupted. Consists“individuals who fail following procedures”. According to a new report by Washington PostThe database failure also caused problems with the instruments used in US military pilots.
The Defense Internet NOTAM Service was one of the affected systems. DINS usually ships with FAA flight danger alerts. During the break, military pilots could either receive two copies or none of the NOTAMs. The postAccording to an FAA bulletin, the FAA informed military users that the system was “broken and unreliable”. Military flights can continue to operate in such situations, unlike civilian flights that should be grounded. According to an Air Force spokesperson, military pilots must call in to inquire about possible flying hazards.
All NOTAMs submitted to system on Tuesday afternoon were also lost. Therefore, airports and air traffic controllers had to submit them again. Due to “high system load”, the FAA was faced with delays and other problems.
Although the FAA is still investigating the source of the outage and is continuing to investigate,The postHe said that it appeared that contractors did not do right and that they had no malicious intent. Lawmakers are taking this opportunity to highlight outdated technology in the FAA and to seek funding for upgrades. According to the FAA, a computer system that fails and causes outages is three decades old. CNNIt must be attained within six years to receive a promotion. It remains to be determined if an accident will alter this timeline.
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