Sunwing says flight schedule returned to normal following system issue

Still, check-in times and the processing of travelers could be slower than usual over the next few days until the company can “fully restart” its passenger processing system, Sunwing warned.

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Canadian leisure carrier Sunwing Airlines has returned to normal operations following a computer glitch that caused flight delays affecting hundreds of Quebec passengers.

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“We are pleased to announce that our flight schedule has returned to normal,” Sunwing Vacations said Friday in a tweet. “Thank you again to our valued customers for your patience and understanding as we navigated these disruptions.”

Still, check-in times and the processing of travelers could be slower than usual over the next few days until the company can “fully restart” its passenger processing system, Sunwing warned.

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Customers are advised to continue to check their flight status on the company website for the most up-to-date departure information.

Sunwing’s operations were disrupted earlier this month by what the company called a “network-wide system issue” involving its systems vendor. Check-in and boarding were affected, resulting in flight delays for several Sunwing flights.

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