Twitter lit up Wednesday evening with people reporting customs computers are down at multiple United States airports.
While there is no official word yet on the problem, the issue is being reported at several major airports, including John F. Kennedy International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
Charlotte airport, every passport/customs Kiosk is down. Somehow, I made my connecting flight!
— Patrice J. Williams (@PatriceJWill) October 15, 2015
LAX confirms their customs computers are currently down. Similar reports from major airports across the country.
— Chief Piggum (@ScottyDubsNYC) October 15, 2015
HAPPENING NOW: Problems with Customs computers at DFW, passengers stuck waiting. Getting reports of similar issues in New York and Boston.
— WFAA (@wfaa) October 15, 2015
Boston Logan Customs earning its sour reputation: 6 flights here and all computers are down. Where's your Plan B??!!
— Kenneth Colburn (@kacolburn) October 14, 2015
Entire Immigration and Customs computer system down nationwide. What country is this again?
— Susan Loeb (@suloeb) October 15, 2015
@WCVB at Logan Customs not moving they claim Nationwide computer failure
— Alan S Pransky (@PranskyA) October 14, 2015