It all began in February, when Lufthansa employee Olivia Sievers flew to Argentina and encountered a stray dog outside her hotel.
Dallas-based Southwest blamed a router failure for the July 20 outage and subsequent days of delays.
Delta Air Lines said in a statement that it planned to resume “normal operations” by Wednesday afternoon. Hundreds of thousands of passengers have been stranded overnight throughout the ordeal, many spending the night in airports around the globe. Others were put up in hotels by Delta, including 2,300 in Atlanta alone Tuesday night.
Halfway up the 264 stairs leading to the top of the world’s tallest waterslide, it was clear this was the most breathtaking ride I’d ever encountered.
“These old legacy systems are operating much larger airlines that are being accessed in many, many more ways,” said Daniel Baker, CEO of tracking service FlightAware.com. “It has really been taxing.”
Video shot by another parkgoer shows the dolphin reaching over the side of the viewing tank at SeaWorld Orlando, where visitors can touch the dolphins. After the dolphin grabs the iPad and tosses it into the water, the woman retrieves the device and then quickly walks away.
“The biggest risk with that is it travels through your nose. We definitely encourage people not to put your head in the water, jump in — anything that would help the amoeba travel to your brain,” Grand Teton spokeswoman Denise Germann said.
“Not only are their flights delayed, but in the case of Delta the website and other places are all saying that the flights are on time because the airline has been so crippled from a technical standpoint,” said Daniel Baker, CEO of tracking service FlightAware.com.