Flights to and from Florida airports were experiencing delays after a radar issue caused a state-wide ground stop Monday, officials said.
Federal Aviation Administration officials said the volume of traffic into Florida airspace was slowed following an air traffic computer issue that caused a radar link outage.
Initially, officials ordered a complete halt to any air travel to and from Florida.
The issue was resolved, and planes were slowly being allowed to depart, MIA officials said.
As of now, only two flights in the Tampa Bay area are feeling the impacts – one flying to Cuba and the other flying to Texas.