Asia-Pacific airline Virgin Blue suspended its IT systems again today in an attempt to fix previous problems with its Navitaire-run technology.
The carrier took its IT platform offline for a few hours to "return to its primary operating system" following a major outage which caused chaos for passengers and flight schedules last week.
The first systems to be restored included telephone and web booking with web, self and mobile check-in expected later on today.
The procedure comes after systems operated by Accenture-owned Navitaire collapsed at the airline, the second such incident in the space of three months.
Virgin Blue CEO John Borghetti says an action plan to solve the recent IT issues had been put in place and problems were now "identified and solved".
The reason for today's outage was to roll back to the original primary system.
Navitaire has still not responded to queries regarding recent problems (including a similar outage at Ryanair), but CEO John Dabkowski says via a Virgin Blue statement that the company "regretted" the incident and its main priority is to "ensure smooth running and seamless running" of the airline's IT.