Posts Tagged ‘Southwest Airlines’


More to Love: Southwest and Virgin America Launch New Service as Wright Amendment Ends

Southwest Airlines and Virgin America celebrated the inauguration of new non-stop service at Dallas Love Field on Monday as the Wright Amendment restrictions officially ended.
by Gabe Andino


Southwest Reports 10.7 Percent Rise in November Traffic

Southwest Airlines on Wednesday announced that the carrier flew 6.5 billion revenue passenger miles in November 2010, a 10.7 percent increase from the 5.9 billion RPMs flown in November 2009.
by BNO News

A UPS Airbus A300 (N166UP) delivering Christmas cheer to Des Moines

Final Call: Man Tries to Smuggle 247 Live Animals Onto Plane, Major Southwest and AirTran Unions Agree to Seniority Pacts

Pilots and flight attendants at the newly merged Southwest and AirTran have agreed to combine their seniority lists, travel sites are pissed at Google, more claims of dangerous radiation from TSA scanners, and more...
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An AirTran Boeing 717-200 (N950AT) wearing a special Little Debbie decal. (Photo by Cary Liao)

Delta Air Lines to Snatch Up AirTran’s Entire Boeing 717 Fleet

Delta Air Lines announced on Tuesday that it had reached a deal with Southwest Airlines to take delivery of all 88 Boeing 717 aircraft in the AirTran fleet should Delta's pilots ratify a new collective bargaining agreement.
by admin

Southwest's first three Boeing 737-200s ready for delivery. Behind them are a new TWA 727 and City of Everett, the first-built 747. (Photo by Southwest Airlines)

What Were Delivery Flights Like in the 1980s?

A look back at how Southwest Airlines celebrated the deliveries of its first three shiny new Boeing 737-200s.
by admin