Air Canada said it has resolved computer-telecommunications issues that affected operations earlier today, but there will be delays and some cancellations due to the outage.
Earlier, Air Canada said in a statement its technology teams were working to identify and fix the issue, and it was also implementing temporary measures to maintain a limited operation.
Air Canada said on its website it's working to resolve the issue and apologizes for the inconvenience. According to flight-tracking website FlightAware.com, Air Canada was experiencing almost 170 total flight delays as of Monday afternoon.
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Vancouver International Airport also tweeted that Air Canada is experiencing "technical issues with their computer systems nationwide". Toronto noted the issue was affecting the airport's Flight Information Display System, and recommended that customers contact Air Canada directly for flight-status updates.
At around 11:15 a.m., Victoria Airport reported that Air Canada self-serve check-in kiosks were once again operational. The carrier said it was "experiencing some flight delays, but we're getting everyone on their way".