[UPDATED] LOT Polish Airlines (LO) said Wednesday afternoon its flights from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) will resume after 7:30 p.m. local time. Only three flights have been canceled from Wednesday’s evening schedule.

“The passengers’ check-in at WAW has been already opened. As of tomorrow morning, Nov. 3, all LOT’s flights will be operated as scheduled,” LO said in a Tuesday afternoon statement.

LO canceled about 76 flights Wednesday after Tuesday’s emergency landing of a Boeing 767 suffering from a central hydraulic system failure at WAW. The airport remained closed until the aircraft was removed (ATW Daily News, Nov. 2) and flights were redirected to Krakov and Lodz.

WAW services about 400 flights and 25,000 passengers daily.

The 14-year-old 767, originating from Newark, made an emergency landing on its belly when the aircraft’s landing gear failed to open. None of the 220 passengers and 11 crew onboard were injured.

Boeing is sending experts from the US Wednesday to assess the damage.