A luggage pile is seen in the foreground as customers wait in line after a computer glitch crippled the baggage handling system at the American Airlines' Terminal 8 at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. AMR Corp's American Airlines said about 35 flights have been delayed from JFK Airport after the software that controls the baggage sorting conveyor belt malfunctioned.
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