Hi there. I am really sorry for the inconvenience. Our systems are down everywhere. Hopefully it won't be much longer. *SD— Delta (@Delta) August 8, 2016
Monday was not a good day to fly Delta Airlines.
Tens of thousands of passengers were grounded by a computer glitch early Monday morning.
The glitch was first discovered after a flight left San Francisco, CBS News reports. Delta said it was the result of a power outage in Atlanta.
The grounding didn't end until about 8:50 a.m. Eastern time, but Delta said to expect delays throughout the day.
The airline also offered a waiver for those affected by the outage.
Here's Delta's response on the issue.
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In Raleigh, the Delta line wrapped around the building as the ground stop continued.
Delta has experienced a computer outage that has affected flights scheduled for this morning. Flights awaiting departure... 1/3— Delta (@Delta) August 8, 2016
On Twitter, @Delta was full of replies echoing the same message.
For the biggest airline in the country, Delta didn't seem to have a lot of fans today.