Things are running relatively smoothly at Cleveland Hopkins Airport as thousands of visitors head home now that the Republican National Convention is over.
A computer problem caused four flights to be canceled.
About 600 passengers had to find new flights after Southwest Airlines didn't have the correct airplanes in place.
The airport’s Interim Director Fred Szabo says other airlines tried to re-book those displaced passengers on their planes. He says it proved difficult since they were already nearly filled to capacity.