Software glitches in Garuda Indonesia airline’s new operating system caused severe delays and cancelled flights for hundreds of passengers at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta. The exact cause of the delay has not been made public but there has been speculation on whether it was due to the computer malfunction alone or because air crews had failed to turn up for work because the glitches had disrupted duty schedules. Garuda spokesman Pudjobroto said the delay was related to a glitch in the airline’s new master operating system, which combines flight monitoring, the cabin crew database and the crew schedules into
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