It’s a ‘normal’ day for travellers heading to and from Toronto’s Pearson Airport after a network-wide “computer technical issue” caused Air Canada flights to be delayed and cancelled on Tuesday evening.
A spokesperson from Toronto Pearson Airport told Daily Hive in a statement that operations at start-up this morning were normal.
“Air Canada experienced limited issues at check-in kiosks this morning, which was resolved by using agents at the check-in desks,” said the airport’s spokesperson.
Additionally, there are currently no volume issues in Terminal 1 affecting travellers.
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During the disruption, Pearson Airport said it was working to Support Air Canada while it worked to resolve the temporary IT problem affecting passenger check-in.
We are currently working to support @AirCanada as they resolve a temporary IT problem affecting their passenger check in. We appreciate your patience.
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) May 29, 2019