ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) - Flights out of Aberdeen Regional Airport have returned to normal after the arrival of a new de-icing truck.
A plane that flew out Wednesday afternoon had been at the airport since Tuesday and had not been able to depart because the airport did not have a de-icer. A Wednesday morning flight had to be canceled, and Delta Air Lines hired a bus to take passengers to Minneapolis.
The airport's de-icing truck stopped working over the weekend, disrupting several flights. A new one was brought from Omaha, Neb.
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