Southwest Airlines (LUV) canceled 70 flights Monday as it continued to inspect Boeing 737 planes following the emergency landing on Friday of a jet with a hole in its fuselage. The discount airline canceled 600 flights over the weekend as it checked 737-300 planes for fuselage cracks and fatigue after one of its planes with a gaping hole made an emergency landing in Arizona. – Reuters
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