Incoming flights are being diverted to other regional airports
A power outage at the international airport in Atlanta has led to serious disruptions in the operation of the airport.
According to the airport management Hartsfield-Jackson, the outage occurred on Sunday afternoon, blocking all his activities.
Federal civil aviation Agency imposed a ban on flights bound for Atlanta international airport. This means that planes must remain at the place of departure.
Arriving flights, both domestic and international, are routed to other regional airports.
According to the website FlightAware, which tracks flights in real time, flights leaving the airport were delayed an average of an hour and forty two minutes.