Travel | Jan 13

Jetstar Japan Resumes Operations After System Glitch Disruption

TOKYO, Jan 13 (News On Japan) - Low-cost airline Jetstar Japan has resolved a system glitch related to takeoffs and landings, which had grounded all domestic flights on Friday between 3:50 PM and 7:30 PM.

The system glitch caused 17 flights to be canceled, affecting approximately 2,600 passengers.

Jetstar is currently conducting an investigation into the cause of the malfunction.

Source: TBS NEWS


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