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Passengers make their way past long lines at a ticket counter at Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, in Atlanta. Power has been restored at the airport after a Sunday blackout caused by a fire stranded thousands of passengers and grounded at least 1,500 flights. (John Amis/AP)
Passengers make their way past long lines at a ticket counter at Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Monday, Dec. 18, 2017, in Atlanta. Power has been restored at the airport after a Sunday blackout caused by a fire stranded thousands of passengers and grounded at least 1,500 flights. (John Amis/AP)
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A power outage at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson airport on Sunday continues to have ripple effects for passengers. Power has been restored, but it may take several days to get schedules back in order after more than 1,000 flights were cancelled.

Here & Now's Robin Young checks in on the latest with Bradley George (@radiobkg) of Georgia Public Broadcasting.

This segment aired on December 18, 2017.

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