Posts Tagged ‘Southwest Airlines’
 

 

Southwest Shows Interest in Buying LaGuardia and National Slots if Delta and US Complete Swap

Some scarce flight slots at LGA and DCA will hit the market if Delta and US go along with the DOT's stipulations for their slot swap, and Southwest seems to be interested in scooping some up.
by Julie Vessigault

 
 

Southwest Fined $200,000 for Bumping Passengers

Despite its stellar record of passenger care, Southwest has been caught breaking federal rules with regards to how it treats passengers bumped from oversold flights.
by Mark Lawrence

 
 

Southwest Carries Most Passengers During 2009 Industry Downturn

In the midst of a 5.3% industry-wide decline in passengers, Southwest Airlines retained its crown as the nation's biggest carrier in 2009. American finished second overall while carrying the most international passengers.
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Southwest's first Boeing 737-800 (Warrior One, N8301J) about to depart Fort Lauderdale for Chicago Midway on its second revenue flight.

Why Southwest’s First Boeing 737-800 Is Kind of a Big Deal [with Photos]

When compared to its newer, larger, longer-range siblings, Boeing's 737-800 might not be the sexiest airliner in the skies. But when the world's largest 737 operator added them to its fleet this week, the aviation world was pay...
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BREAKING: Global Aviation Holdings Enters Bankruptcy (Again)

´┐╝Citing a global decline in demand for its chartered cargo and passenger transport services, NYC Aviation has learned Georgia-based Global Aviation Holdings tonight filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection.
by Eric McKirdy
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