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Malaysian airports not affected by global check-in system crash

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian airports are not affected by the crashed check-in system that is causing major disruption in airports around the world.
"Everything is smooth," a Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) spokesman said this to The Star on Thursday.
The spokesman said that the check-in system was only down for five minutes between 5.37pm and 5.42pm.
According to the online portal of British newspaper The Telegraph, major disruptions were reported at airports around the globe including London, Paris, Zurich, Melbourne, Johannesburg, Changi airport in Singapore and Washington.
It reported that the problem was related to the Amadeus Altea flight management system, which is used by 125 airlines.
Changi Airport, in a Facebook post, explained that the check-in procedure may take longer as manual boarding passes had to be issued to travellers.
"Due to a technical issue affecting check-in systems of some airlines, the check-in process may take longer than usual.
"Manual boarding passes have to be issued. We appreciate your patience in this matter. Thank you."
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