Hartsfield-Jackson International has taken down the wi-fi at the world’s busiest airport after a cyber attack on the city of Atlanta, and its website is spotty.
The Atlanta airport’s website said after the cyber attack that security wait times and flight information may not be accurate, advising passengers to check with their airline for information.
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There’s no estimated time to restore the service yet, according to Hartsfield-Jackson spokesman Reese McCranie. “While we aren’t directly affected by the cyberattack, we are being abundantly cautious and have taken these systems offline,” according to McCranie.
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