Southwest Airlines CEO Talks Cuba & Wait TimesFrom long security lines to delayed flights, the airline industry has seen its fair share of controversy in recent months. But the head of Southwest Airlines discussed his plans for the future, and his commitment to making travel easier.
Travelers Counting Down To End of Love Field Flight Restrictions The end of the Wright Amendment will allow long haul non-stop flights will take off from Dallas Love Field starting Monday.
Airline CEO Weighs In On Flight Fights Over Reclining SeatsDuring the past several weeks, airline pilots diverted three flights after passengers got into fights over reclining seats.
Southwest CEO Vows To Fix On-Time ProblemSouthwest Airlines is falling behind other airlines when it comes to arriving on time, and CEO Gary Kelly said that the carrier plans to tinker with its flight schedule to fix that.
Southwest Airlines To Fly InternationalBig changes are coming this summer to Southwest Airlines. Starting on July 1, the Dallas based carrier will be going international for the first time with flights to Aruba, The Bahamas and Jamaica.
Airline Merger Could Help Southwest Expand In D.C.The CEO of Southwest Airlines Co. assumes that American and US Airways will eventually merge, and he wants some of their takeoff and landing rights at Reagan National Airport outside Washington.
Southwest Airlines CEO Made $4 Million In 2012The CEO of Southwest Airlines received $4 million in compensation for 2012, up 15 percent from the prior year, largely because of bigger stock awards.
Southwest Airlines To Fix Planes For DeltaSouthwest Airlines expects to pay $100 million to refurbish 88 planes that it will lease to Delta Air Lines. That's twice as much the airline expected to spend if it had kept the planes.
Southwest Airlines Delays Jet DeliveriesSouthwest Airlines is pushing back delivery of 30 Boeing jets, from 2013 and 2014 to 2017 and 2018, to save money and get a better return on its investment.
Southwest Airlines Gets International Flight HelpSouthwest Airlines said Thursday that it will use a travel-reservations system from Amadeus IT Group to operate international flights in 2014.
Other Airlines Follow Southwest To Higher Fares Southwest Airlines Co. says it's raising ticket prices to offset the high cost of jet fuel. And several other big airlines are following Southwest's lead.
Southwest Airlines Posts $161 Million Profit In Q2Southwest Airlines boosted its profit with higher fares and more traffic, but fuel costs soared a stunning 64 percent higher than a year ago.