American Airlines Bouncing Back After Massive 'Outage'
By Chris M. Walsh
American Airlines is getting back on its feet a day after a computer meltdown forced the cancellation of two thirds of its flights. If you're flying today on American, most flights are good to go though there are still problems, mostly for those flights scheduled out of Chicago or Dallas (186 flights were cancelled Wednesday and 969 on Tuesday, according the Wall Street Journal). AA CEO Tom Horton apologized to customers via a video on YouTube on Tuesday explaining that it was caused by a "network outage."