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No Spokane cancellations from Southwest incident

 None of the 79 airplanes Southwest Airlines pulled from service Saturday flew routes to or from Spokane, said Spokane International Airport spokesman Todd Woodard. Still, passengers in Spokane were experiencing some delays as cancellations and delays elsewhere cascaded, he added.

 Woodard said Spokane routes are not serviced by the 737-300, the airplane model that experienced cabin decompression Friday during a flight from Phoenix to Sacramento after a hole opened in the fuselage.

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