Porter Airlines has continued operations after a system outage grounded flights on Saturday evening.
The Toronto-based airline, needed to ground all arrival and departures for more than two hours, yet accompany delegate guaranteed that the effect was minor.
Amid the blackout, numerous travelers were anxious for information and scrambling to re-book.
“They kept telling us pretty much every hour that they’d have an update,” said Lawrence Siddall, who was heading home to Thunder Bay after being in Toronto for a medical procedure.
“Then at the end of that hour they said another hour. And another hour. So who knows?”
Siddall said he held up three hours before at last being told there had been a systems failure. In any case, he was appreciative for the lodging room voucher provided by the airline.
Mikayla Steele was traveling to Sault St. Marie, Ont., with her child in a tow when she heard the declaration.
“Travelling with a baby is quite difficult and it’s not fair to people who have to pay for their mistake,” Steele said, adding that she’s angry, but grateful that the airline is working to accommodate passengers.
Steele is likewise gone to a hotel and has re-booked a flight for tomorrow evening.
The airline, which flies to 23 dissimilar destinations in Canada and the United States, was not able say when the issue became obvious.
Porter is as of now examining what precisely created the issue.