Cleveland airport seeks FBI help for information screen woes

Cleveland’s main airport has asked the FBI for help in determining why system problems have led to its flight and baggage claim information screens going blank.

WEWS-TV reports the FBI confirmed Tuesday it had been contacted by officials from the city of Cleveland and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The FBI said in a statement it’s conducting a “collaborative assessment” to determine the cause of the problems but declined to release any additional information.

The airport issued a statement on Twitter early Tuesday saying the problem were caused by a “technical issue” and that it had not affected any flights.

The problem began Monday afternoon. The city said Monday that employee email at the airport also wasn’t working.
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