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Topic - Brad Hawkins
Airline officials say hundreds of flights with Atlanta connections will be canceled because of a winter storm.
A winter storm expected to settle into the Southeast Tuesday has already prompted the cancellation of thousands of flights throughout the region.
The pilots of a Southwest Airlines flight that mistakenly landed at the wrong Missouri airport were grounded Monday, less than a day after they touched down at a small airfield that gave them only half as much room as normal to stop the jet.
A system-wide computer failure forced Southwest Airlines to ground its entire fleet of airplanes preparing for departures late Friday, and at least 57 flights had to be canceled even after service was fully restored hours later, a company spokeswoman said.
Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong says his sagging pants cost him a seat on a Southwest Airlines flight.
Hawkins says the exact number of flights that have been canceled is unclear, but the airlines operate about 160 departures from Atlanta daily.
Hawkins says the airlines are hoping to resume normal operations on Thursday morning.