Ground Stop


U-2 Spy Plane Behind FAA Ground Stop At SoCal Airports

A U-2 spy plane may have been the cause of a 90-minute ground stop on all flights departing from three Southern California airports last week, according to reports.


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Flights In And Out Of Southland Resume After 90-Minute FAA Computer Problem

A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) computer glitch caused the grounding of flights in and out of the Southern California for about 90 minutes Wednesday afternoon.

CBS Los Angeles–04/30/2014

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Low Visibility Prompts Ground Stop For Arriving Flights At LAX

A ground stop was in effect for a short time Tuesday due to low visibility for flights coming in to the Los Angeles International Airport.

CBS2 / KCAL9–04/15/2014

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Heavy Fog, Low Visibility Prompted Ground Stop For Arriving Flights At LAX

Heavy fog and low visibility Wednesday prompted a ground stop for arriving flights at Los Angeles International Airport.

CBS2 / KCAL9–01/29/2014


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