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Software Crash Means Passengers On Major Airlines Can't Board Planes

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A software outage is scrambling the systems of major airlines including American, Alaska, and JetBlue on Monday. According to Business Insider, the outage has prevented passengers from checking in, boarding flights, and making reservations. The issues stem from a failure of reservation software from Sabre, a third-party vendor that works with over 225 airlines around the world.
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