REDMOND, OR -- Operations were back to normal at the Redmond Airport, Thursday morning, after an internet and phone outage forced flight cancelations, Wednesday evening.
Emergency crews responded to a report of downed power line off Veterans Way, just after 1 p.m. But, when they arrived,
they discovered it was actually a CenturyLink fiber optic cable cut by a contractor. That line provides network service to Roberts Field. Crews worked into the night to restore service and by 7:30 a.m., airport officials reported things had returned to normal.
Those with morning flights scheduled are encouraged to confirm departures with your airline.