Technical issue leads to more flight cancellations for PSA Airlines

Dayton based PSA Airlines unveil new jet in May 2014.
Dayton based PSA Airlines unveil new jet in May 2014.

Technical problems led to PSA Airlines flight cancellations and delays today, impacting travelers in Charlotte and Dayton several days after hundreds of flights were affected.

The problems that occurred this morning led to the Federal Aviation Administration issuing a “ground stop” on all PSA Airlines flights going to and from Charlotte, according to an American Airlines spokesperson.

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No other AA subsidiaries or partners were impacted by the issue, according to the spokesperson.

More than a dozen flights were impacted this morning, the spokesperson said.

“Our customer relations team will be reaching out to those impacted and we’re making every effort to offer alternative travel options,” the spokesman said.

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PSA Airlines is a subsidiary of American Airlines and is headquartered at the Dayton International Airport.

On Friday, 675 PSA Airlines flights were impacted because of a technical issue, according to American Airlines.

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