U.S. Airlines Face Computer Outages About Once a Month

June 17, 2019

U.S. airlines suffer one outage a month on average, according to a government study. Experts, including Sungard AS' Paul Jibrail, give insight into the complexity behind airline IT systems and their failures.

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