Computer outage leaves general travelers stranded during US airports on New Year's Day

New Year’s Day felt a bit like Groundhog Day for general travelers alighting during U.S. airports.

A proxy glitch in a United States Customs and Border Protection estimate record combined prolonged wait times Monday during several American airports — including a 3 internal facilities.

The delays began around 7:30 p.m. internal time, and a record was adult and using dual hours later, pronounced CPB mouthpiece Jennifer Gabris.

“At this time, there is no denote a use intrusion was antagonistic in nature,” she said.

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The mechanism woes were suggestive of a Jan. 2, 2017, outage that left nearing travelers stranded for 4 hours as they attempted to enter a U.S. during a finish of a prolonged holiday weekend.

Delays were reported in a general arrivals area during Kennedy, Newark and LaGuardia airports, according to a Port Authority spokesman.

Customs officers still had entrance to inhabitant confidence databases, Gabris said.

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