ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP/KMOX) –Utah-based SkyWest Airlines officials say a disruption in the company’s computer network kept its flights throughout the country from taking off for about two hours, Sunday morning.

The system crashed about six central time and was restored by eight.

SkyWest says the “domino effect” today will be delays of 90 minutes to two hours for its flights.

The company has destinations of St. Louis, Springfield, and Kansas City in Missouri, as well as Chicago and several downstate airports in Illinois.

It services flights for United, Delta, US Airways, American, and other carriers.

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