Cleveland Hopkins International Airport flight and baggage screens still shut down; city has not yet elaborated on what caused the issues

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport flight and baggage screens still shut down; city has not yet elaborated on what caused the issues
File photo, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Cleveland Hopkins International Airport is experiencing technical issues which have led to the shutdown of flight and baggage information screens.

The issue was first reported around 4:45 Monday afternoon, and it’s still a problem Tuesday morning.

Cleveland Hopkins International Airport sent out this tweet just after 7 a.m. alerting travelers, “flights are NOT impacted by this issue.”

Flight and baggage screens have shut down at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The mayor has not yet elaborated on what is causing the issue. https://bit.ly/2IQzpDO

Posted by Cleveland 19 News on Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Email is also down, but all other systems are functioning, according to a press release issued by Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson’s office.

The city did not elaborate on what caused the system failures.

The airport is working to resolve the issues and will provide further updates.

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