[Extra-picky bug report] Extra hyphen in "check-out" on airport page

Regarding: World Hub website/DevMode/Airport/Other World Hub website

Frequency: Once/Rarely/Frequently/Consistently Consistently

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Bug description:
This is even pickier than my last bug report. Sorry! This is minor enough that I’m almost embarrassed to log this bug. But, I’ll do it, anyway.

On airports that have not yet been checked out, there is a message: “This airport is available to check-out.” There should not be a hyphen between the words “check” and “out.” The word “check” is the verb and “out” is the modifier. You can join the word “checked” with “out” with a hyphen in order to form a compound adjective, such as, “Look at all of these checked-out airports.” But with its present usage, where you are not forming an adjective, it is wrong. (See Grammarphobia.com’s article).

As an aside, I want to point out that the “CHECK OUT” button is perfect :+1::

Repro steps:

  1. In the World Hub, click on any airport in the “Top airports” tab, e.g.: 51SC Moccasin Creek
  2. Read the note below the title.

Expected result:
It should say, “This airport is available to check out.”

Observed result:
It says, “This airport is available to check-out.” (Note the hyphen.)

This airport is available to check-out