Biden White House on FAA: No Evidence of Cyber Attack …But the Cause Is Not Clear

The FAA is the US government agency that oversees many aspects of America’s aviation, including air traffic management.

On Wednesday morning the FAA announced that ALL COMMERCIAL FLIGHTS were down across the US.

The issue affected the Notice to Air Missions (NOTAM) system, which provides pilots with real-time information about closed runways, equipment outages, and other potential hazards.

More than 7,000 flights were delayed after the outage.

The system was reportedly down for 90 minutes.

The Gateway Pundit started receiving emails this morning at 6:43 AM.

The FAA posted these updates on Twitter starting at 6:29 AM and the second update at 6:57 AM.

Flights are still down and delayed in several parts of the country.

The White House told reporters there was “no evidence” the outage was caused by a cyber attack.

But they can’t say what caused THE ENTIRE SYSTEM to go down!

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