American Airlines passengers stranded after computer glitch cancels hundreds of flights

Hundreds of flights were canceled in Central Florida, leaving thousands of people stranded because of a computer glitch.

Problems with its computer system continues to plague American Airlines flights. In Melbourne, Florida, two flights -- coming and going to Charlotte, North Carolina -- were canceled. Thousands of American Airlines customers were stranded at Charlotte Douglas Airport.

On Sunday, 70 flights were canceled and the Fox station in Charlotte reported that 120 flights could not get out.

American Airlines blames the ongoing airline issues to updates to their regional carrier's software system, PSA Airlines, leaving customers to miss their flights and become frustrated.

It's reported that passengers here in Melbourne were rebooked on flights out of Orlando and had to take shuttle busses for the 50-mile ride to the airport.