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Topic - Southwest Airlines
Southwest Airlines Co. is an American low-cost airline. Southwest is the largest airline in the world by number of passengers carried per year (as of 2009). Southwest maintains the third-largest passenger fleet of aircraft among all of the world's commercial airlines. As of May 3, 2009, Southwest operates approximately 3,510 flights daily. Southwest has its headquarters on the grounds of Dallas Love Field in Dallas, Texas. - Source: Wikipedia
A Minnesota father says he and his family were asked to de-board a Southwest Airlines flight because of a negative tweet he posted online about one of the airline's agents.
At least Eddie didn't have to pay for checked baggage.
A jet bridge dropped several feet Tuesday as passengers were exiting a Southwest Airlines flight at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, but no one was injured, officials said.
Southwest Airlines plane that landed at wrong Mo. airport back in the air, headed for Tulsa.
You’re fired: That’s what Southwest Airlines executives told a captain on Wednesday after finding him responsible for a hard enough landing at LaGuardia Airport in New York that left several injured.
New York City's LaGuardia Airport was up and running, fully operational Tuesday after a plane skidded off the runway amid a landing gear snafu.
Frank Tyger is attributed with this quote: "Learning is either a continuing thing, or it is nothing." The grounding this week of some 300 scheduled flights and hundreds of aircraft owing to the five-foot fuselage hole and depressurization of the Southwest Airlines Flight 812 in Yuma, Ariz. (which allowed one passenger to see daylight through the top of the plane at 37,000 feet) brings this epigram to life and illustrates that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the industry have stopped their lesson plan.
A mother told aviation police that she slapped her crying 13-month-old daughter on a flight between Dallas and Albuquerque because the child kicked her, authorities said.