Computer Problems Force Japan's ANA to Cancel Flights

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Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) cancelled 114 domestic flights from Tokyo's Haneda airport on Sunday (27 May) because of computer system problems.

The technical problems affected the airline's reservations, ticket issuing and boarding processes for approximately four hours.

Flights resumed at 1800 local time but it was expected to take the rest of the day to clear the backlog of flight delays across the country, Reuters reported.

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