Air Traffic Center Problem Delays Flights in Northeast, FAA Says

An atmosphere trade core problem nearby Washington D.C. is loitering arrivals and departures for some flights in a Northeast today.

The Federal Aviation Administration said: “The FAA is diagnosing an automation problem during an atmosphere trade core in Leesburg, VA. Some flights into and out of a New York and Washington, DC metro area airports area might be delayed. We are directing high altitude trade around a influenced airspace.”

Airports in a Northeast experiencing delays embody Boston; Newark, New Jersey; John F. Kennedy, New York; Teterboro, New Jersey; Laguardia, New York; Philadelphia; Washington Dulles; Ronald Reagan Washington and Baltimore-Washington, according to a FAA website.