TAROM announces delays on all flights due to the SITA (Departure Control System) Global System
The global SITA (Departure Control System) system is unavailable worldwide. Because of this, TAROM records delays on all flights.
UPDATE TAROM information: SITA has restarted the DCS (Departure Control System) after 4 operating hours. TAROM announces the solution of the problem in the departure control system. The passenger processing operations were resumed.
Due to the failure of the SITA-managed system, TAROM's initial calculations report flight delays between 1 hours and 2 hours and 30 minutes, depending on the number of passengers to be processed.
The TAROM team makes every effort to process all passengers with maximum speed. At the same time, TAROM teams are available to provide ground support to passengers.
Initial news: TAROM announces delays on all flights due to unavailability of the SITA system (DCS) globally. Check-In and Boarding operations are suspended until the problems that make the SITA system inoperative are resolved.
TAROM offers passengers ground transit assistance in accordance with international norms.
The global SITA (Departure Control System) system is unavailable
Until the resumption of the global SITA system, any airline operating in this system will not be able to verify the eligibility of passengers, will not be able to register passengers or their luggage.
We will return with information as soon as we receive them from SITA headquarters in Atlanta USA.