October 24, 2014
SEATTLE (AP) - Horizon Air is telling customers to check their flight status online today as it tries to return to normal operations.
Starting tomorrow Horizon says it will be on a modified schedule that's 90 percent of normal.
The Seattle-based airline has canceled hundred of flights in the past week for emergency inspection of landing gear on its turboprops. The landing gear failed on two of the Bombardier (bom-BAR'-de-ay) Q-400 planes in Europe.
Horizon flies 33 of the planes and says it has not had any problems.
Horizon is a subsidiary of Seattle-based Alaska Air and serves 48 cities in the western United States and Canada.
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