FAA said an Aug. 15 air traffic control (ATC) system failure was not caused by “any inherent problems” with its new ATC computer system. The failure at FAA’s center in Leesburg, Virginia, led to 492 flight delays and 476 cancellations, according to FAA. Washington Dulles, National and Baltimore/Washington airports were the hardest hit. The agency said in a statement that it “is focusing on a recent software upgrade at a high-altitude radar facility in Leesburg, ...

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