(Bloomberg) – Delta Air Lines Inc. canceled about 110 flights Monday as it began recovering from a computer breakdown a day earlier that left passengers stranded across the country.

The scrapped flights followed the grounding of 170 trips on Sunday. A few additional cancellations remained possible, and "the vast majority" of its schedule was operating, the Atlanta-based airline said in a statement.

FlightAware reported that 186 Delta flights had been delayed as of 10:36 a.m., the most of any U.S. carrier.

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