Southwest Airlines Returns Boeing's 737 Max To ServiceInitially, the aircraft will operate up to 44 daily flights to 15 cities. By mid-April, the airplane will resume operations throughout Southwest’s network.
It's A COVID-19 Pandemic Record -- Most Passengers Onboard Airplanes Since MarchNew numbers released by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) show that December 27 was the busiest day in the airline industry since March -- with nearly 1.3 million travelers.
DFW Airport Anticipates 40% Drop In Holiday Travel During PandemicTravelers were walking with plenty of space through the terminal at DFW Airport Monday, even finding seating around the gates.
Southwest Airlines Warns Of Possible Furloughs For Nearly 7,000 EmployeesSouthwest is operating far fewer flights, and it asked unions in October for help with “overstaffing costs” that it estimates will amount to more than $1 billion in 2021.
For The First Time Since Grounding, American Airlines Boeing 737 MAX Flight Takes Off From DFWAs U.S. carriers prepare to resume regular flights on the Boeing 737 Max, Fort Worth-based American Airlines is putting the first public flight of the jet -- since March 2019 -- in the air Wednesday.
Americans Were Advised To Stay At Home For The Holiday, But 1 Million+ Traveled By Plane AnywayDespite the COVID-19 warnings, the Thanksgiving holiday was once again a very busy travel time -- with more than 1 million Americans making their way to airports to get to their destinations.
Fort Worth-Based American Is 1st U.S. Airline To Put Newly Cleared 737 Max Jets Back On ScheduleThey were grounded after two separate crashes that killed nearly 350 people, now the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is putting Boeing’s 737 Max jets in the air again.
Southwest Airlines Says Air Travel Recovery Could Be Fading As Coronavirus Cases RiseSouthwest Airlines cautioned Thursday that the tenuous recovery in air travel could be fading as coronavirus cases spike across the United States.
DFW Airport Traveler Says Tram Was Too Crowded For Pandemic: 'That Was Very Disconcerting'"People were just pouring onto the tram with no social distancing," said frequent traveler Andy Schwabe about his recent experience on DFW Airport's Skylink.
American Airlines, Southwest Combine For $3.5 Billion Loss In 3rd QuarterAmerican Airlines on Thursday reported a loss of $2.4 billion and Southwest Airlines lost $1.16 billion in the third quarter, typically a very strong period of air travel that includes most of the summer vacation season.
After 2019 Grounding, American Airlines Looks To Get 737 Max Jets Back In the Air By DecemberThey were grounded after two deadly crashes that took the lives of every passenger and crew member onboard, now Fort Worth-based American Airlines is planning to return the Boeing 737 Max to service.
Southwest Airlines Adding Service At Houston Intercontinental And Chicago O'HareSouthwest Airlines is expanding its footprint in Houston and Chicago.
American Airlines To Begin Preflight Coronavirus Testing To 2 Caribbean DestinationsAmerican Airlines is working with foreign governments to offer preflight COVID-19 testing for customers traveling to international destinations, starting with Jamaica and the Bahamas.
American Airlines Joins United, Drops Widely Scorned $200 Ticket-Change FeesAmerican Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines all say they are dropping unpopular $200 fees for most people who change an airline ticket.
Some 19000 American Airlines Employees Being 'Involuntarily Furloughed Or Separated' In OctoberFort Worth-based American Airlines announced Tuesday that the company is eliminating 19,000 jobs in October.