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Mango has confirmed that its booking system is back online, after agents were unable to book flights yesterday (July 18).

The airline told eTNW that while the technical issue had been resolved and agents would now be able to complete bookings, it was still unsure why the system had failed. “We will be conducting a prognosis and will provide feedback as soon as we have an answer. We will also be able to share the steps we will take to ensure that there is a sustainable resolution when we have more information.”

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