TEXAS - Most computer issues from Southwest Airlines' nationwide system meltdown have been fixed, but more than 220 flights were canceled on Thursday morning, leaving passengers stranded in airports across the country. Southwest's website was up and running Thursday morning, but a "travel advisory" warned passengers that lingering effects would continue well into the day. "Thank you for your patience today as we recover from yesterday’s technology outage," the advisory said. "Southwest.com has been restored with full functionality and is available for your travel needs."
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