Automation Problem during Air Traffic Control Center Stops Planes

The Federal Aviation Administration is stating a belligerent stop for many flights along a East Coast due to a problem during a Washington Air Route Traffic Control Center.

A matter from an FAA deputy pronounced they are perplexing to diagnose an automation problem during their trickery in Leesburg, Virginia.

The FAA website is stating flights to and from Baltimore-Washington International, Newark International, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, New York John F. Kennedy International, New York LaGuardia International and Tampa International are experiencing delays since of a problem.

Washington National, Washington Dulles International, Philadelphia International, Miami International, and a Teterboro airports have also seen delays due to a issue. 

A map indicates flights imagining from or flitting by those airports are now being hold on a ground. It is misleading when a problem will be solved and flights will be handling normally.

Washington Air Route Traffic Control Center covers airports in a Washington-Baltimore area, New York and Philadelphia.