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There’s a New Way to Earn a Southwest Companion Pass — What to Know - travelandleisure.com - Jordan
travelandleisure.com
09.02.2024

There’s a New Way to Earn a Southwest Companion Pass — What to Know

There’s a new way to earn a Southwest Airlines Companion Pass — and you don’t even have to get on a flight to do it.

Southwest Is Bringing Back Several Routes to Cancun and Cabo — and Just Added a New Las Vegas Flight - travelandleisure.com - city Nashville - Mexico - city Las Vegas - city Phoenix - city Memphis - city Austin - Jordan - city Richmond - city Kansas City
travelandleisure.com
09.02.2024

Southwest Is Bringing Back Several Routes to Cancun and Cabo — and Just Added a New Las Vegas Flight

Southwest has your 2024 travel plans covered with new and returning routes later this year.

This Southwest Vacations Sale Will Score You $200 Off Trips to Mexico, Florida, and More - travelandleisure.com - Usa - Mexico - city Las Vegas - state Florida - state Hawaii - Jordan - county St. Louis
travelandleisure.com
27.01.2024

This Southwest Vacations Sale Will Score You $200 Off Trips to Mexico, Florida, and More

Southwest is helping travelers get a jumpstart on 2024 trip planning with its latest vacation sale.

Southwest's Latest Sale Has Flights to Las Vegas, Miami, and More Starting at Just $39 - travelandleisure.com - Los Angeles - New York - county Dallas - state California - state Oklahoma - county Tulsa - city Miami - county Miami - state Oregon - county Norfolk - city Houston - Jordan - county Lauderdale - city Indianapolis - city Burbank
travelandleisure.com
16.01.2024

Southwest's Latest Sale Has Flights to Las Vegas, Miami, and More Starting at Just $39

Southwest Airlines wants to help travelers get away this winter by offering a nationwide sale that has one-way flights starting at just $39.

Flight Cancellations Climb Amid Severe Winter Weather - skift.com - Usa - city Denver - city Chicago - state Alaska - city Detroit - Jordan
skift.com
13.01.2024

Flight Cancellations Climb Amid Severe Winter Weather

Airlines are canceling thousands of flights this long weekend as millions are under a severe storm watch due to an arctic blast expected to bring below zero temperatures, heavy snow and blustery winds. 

Southwest Airlines Hit Hardest by Holiday Flight Disruptions - travelpulse.com - Usa - city Chicago - Jordan
travelpulse.com
27.12.2023

Southwest Airlines Hit Hardest by Holiday Flight Disruptions

Southwest Airlines experienced an epic meltdown last holiday season due to its outdated technology. Though it avoided any problems this year, there is still one issue it can’t avoid.

Southwest Hit With $140 Million Fine Over 2022 Holiday Meltdown - skift.com - New York - Jordan
skift.com
18.12.2023

Southwest Hit With $140 Million Fine Over 2022 Holiday Meltdown

The Department of Transportation has ordered Southwest to pay a $140 million fine for numerous consumer-protection violations that resulted from last year’s holiday travel meltdown. 

Should you worry about another airline meltdown this year? Here's what to know about holiday travel - thepointsguy.com - Jordan
thepointsguy.com
18.12.2023

Should you worry about another airline meltdown this year? Here's what to know about holiday travel

With holiday travel coming up, travelers may be thinking back to last year, when a spate of severe winter storms grounded flights across the country just around Christmas, and an operational meltdown at Southwest Airlines dragged on for nearly a week after.

Southwest Was Just Fined a Record $140 Million for 2022 Travel Meltdown — What Travelers Should Know for This Year - travelandleisure.com - Usa - Jordan
travelandleisure.com
18.12.2023

Southwest Was Just Fined a Record $140 Million for 2022 Travel Meltdown — What Travelers Should Know for This Year

As millions of passengers begin to fill airports for the 2023 holiday season, Southwest Airlines is still facing consequences for last year's holiday travel meltdown. The Department of Transportation (DOT) issued a record $140 million fine against Southwest on Monday, while also introducing new consumer protections and enforcements to help avoid another meltdown, which left thousands of flights canceled and passengers across the United States stranded, from happening again.  “We’re pleased to have reached this consumer-friendly settlement, which includes a new, industry-leading policy to compensate Customers during significant delays and cancellations,” Southwest Airlines shared in a statement about the settlement.  After the holiday travel meltdown of 2022, the Department of Transportation conducted an extensive investigation which found the airline failed to provide prompt refunds and general service to «hundreds of thousands of Southwest customers».  As a result of the investigation, the Department of Transportation says that Southwest will be financially responsible for at least $750 million which includes refunds, future compensation for tickets, and more. In addition to the fine and payments, the DOT enforcement also requires that Southwest establish a $90 million reserve fund for future flight delays and cancellation.  “This industry-leading benefit will ensure that Southwest passengers impacted by any future significant disruptions will receive not only flight rebooking, hotels, and food during the delay, but also timely compensation from Southwest due to the inconvenience,” the DOT release shares.  Looking ahead to the holiday travel season that is currently underway, Southwest Airlines CEO Bob Jordan said the airline is “absolutely ready” in a recent interview, and that the airline has taken many steps to ensure reliable air service,  Airline passengers this holiday can also utilize new tools from the Department of Transportation, including an interactive dashboard which shows their rights when flying.  “For those who are planning to fly.

How the Big 4 U.S. Airlines Are Preparing for the Holidays - skift.com - Usa - New York - Jordan
skift.com
16.12.2023

How the Big 4 U.S. Airlines Are Preparing for the Holidays

With nearly 40 million people slated to fly during the holidays this year, airlines are preparing for what could be one of the busiest holiday travel seasons on record. 

Southwest CEO Says Airline Is ‘Absolutely Ready’ for Holiday Travel Following 2022 Meltdown - travelandleisure.com - Jordan
travelandleisure.com
16.12.2023

Southwest CEO Says Airline Is ‘Absolutely Ready’ for Holiday Travel Following 2022 Meltdown

Southwest Airlines CEO Bob Jordan vowed Christmas travel would be smoother this year following last year’s meltdown that saw thousands of flights canceled and customers stranded.

Airlines Predict 'Busiest-ever' Holiday Travel Period — What to Know - travelandleisure.com - Usa - Jordan
travelandleisure.com
15.12.2023

Airlines Predict 'Busiest-ever' Holiday Travel Period — What to Know

Airlines in the United States are expecting very busy, and even record-breaking, holiday traffic this year as the Christmas and New Year’s holidays approach.

Score Flights Across the U.S. This Winter and in the Spring for as Little as $39 With This Sale - travelandleisure.com - Los Angeles - Usa - state Colorado - city Nashville - city New Orleans - city Atlanta - state California - Austin - parish Orleans - state Hawaii - state Oregon - Denver - Jordan - county Lauderdale - state Utah - Puerto Rico - county Santa Barbara - city Salt Lake City, state Utah
travelandleisure.com
06.12.2023

Score Flights Across the U.S. This Winter and in the Spring for as Little as $39 With This Sale

‘Tis the season for planning an epic winter getaway and Southwest is helping by offering one-way flights starting at just $39.

Southwest May Soon Have Red-eye Flights — Here's What the CEO Had to Say - travelandleisure.com - Jordan
travelandleisure.com
12.11.2023

Southwest May Soon Have Red-eye Flights — Here's What the CEO Had to Say

Southwest Airlines doesn’t operate red-eye flights, but that may soon change.

Once unthinkable, Southwest is considering DFW flights - thepointsguy.com - Usa - state Louisiana - county Dallas - state Oklahoma - state Texas - state Arkansas - Jordan - county Love - state New Mexico - county Worth
thepointsguy.com
07.11.2023

Once unthinkable, Southwest is considering DFW flights

Southwest Airlines planes at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)?

5 Airline Themes at the Skift Aviation Forum - skift.com - Usa - state Texas - state Alaska - Jordan - county Delta - county Worth - city Fort Worth, state Texas
skift.com
24.10.2023

5 Airline Themes at the Skift Aviation Forum

Next week, airline industry leaders will gather for the fourth annual Skift Aviation Forum in Fort Worth, Texas, on November 1. CEOs and leaders from American, Southwest, United, Alaska, Sun Country, JetBlue, Delta, Airbus, Boeing, and Air Lease Corporation will share their views on the future of industry with editors on stage.

Don't Miss Skift Aviation Forum on November 1 in Fort Worth, TX - skift.com - Usa - county Dallas - state Texas - state Alaska - Jordan - county Worth - city Fort Worth, state Texas
skift.com
20.10.2023

Don't Miss Skift Aviation Forum on November 1 in Fort Worth, TX

Set your course for a captivating aviation event in Fort Worth, where aviation leaders and visionaries will guide you through the latest trends and game-changing developments in the industry.

Aviation Leaders You Don’t Want to Miss at Skift Aviation Forum - skift.com - Usa - state Alaska - Jordan
skift.com
12.10.2023

Aviation Leaders You Don’t Want to Miss at Skift Aviation Forum

Skift Aviation Forum is just around the corner, and it promises to feature a lineup of can’t-miss visionary aviation industry speakers who are shaping the way we experience and navigate the world.

Southwest Sees Holiday Meltdown as a Brief Blip in Recovery Plan - skift.com - Jordan - city Kansas City
skift.com
25.08.2023

Southwest Sees Holiday Meltdown as a Brief Blip in Recovery Plan

Two months. That’s how long Southwest Airlines expects there to be an impact on bookings from its massive holiday meltdown that disrupted millions of travelers over Christmas and New Years.

Southwest Puts Initial Cost of Meltdown at Up To $825 Million - skift.com - Jordan
skift.com
25.08.2023

Southwest Puts Initial Cost of Meltdown at Up To $825 Million

Southwest Airlines has put an initial number to the losses incurred during its holiday meltdown: a $725-825 million hit to its pre-tax income in the fourth quarter. That number includes both $400-425 million in lost revenue and added costs, for example reimbursing people for alternative travel costs.

Southwest's Holiday Lesson for Other Airlines - skift.com - Norway - Usa - state Florida - Cuba - city Havana - Jordan - city Dubai - Venezuela
skift.com
25.08.2023

Southwest's Holiday Lesson for Other Airlines

Good morning from Skift. It’s Tuesday, January 3, and here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

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