Increased flight cancelations and fewer bookings for January and February will have a negative revenue impact of between $300 and $350 million in Q1 2023 for Southwest Airlines. This is the after-effect of the Christmas period when the US airline suffered a...
They were already strained, but relations between the pilots and management of Southwest Airlines reached rock bottom on Wednesday. Southwest Airlines Pilots Association (SWAPA) President Casey Murray has called on its almost 10.000 members to vote from May 1 to...
The stories from passengers are well-documented. What did it look like from an impersonal point of view? Southwest’s holiday meltdown was a test of resilience. Here’s a view of the number of US domestic flights for the past 700 days and the average number...
Southwest Airlines says its Q4 result will slip to a $-725 to $-825 million pre-tax loss, the result of the meltdown of the carrier’s operations between December 21 and December 31. “A significant portion of this impact is from an estimated revenue loss in the range...
UPDATE Dec 28 – The total meltdown of Southwest Airlines’ operations is expected to take days and maybe even a week to recover, leaving thousands of passengers stranded at airports and their luggage lost. While the airline’s management offered its...
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