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.
Southwest Airlines Revenue Figure JumpsA key revenue figure for Southwest Airlines Co. soared in December on stronger passenger traffic.
Traffic & Revenue Drop At Southwest AirlinesA key revenue figure for Southwest Airlines fell in November. The late Thanksgiving holiday may have pushed travel into December, when the figure is expected to rise.
FAA Seeks Fine Against Southwest AirlinesFederal officials are seeking a $325,000 penalty against Southwest Airlines over a faulty repair job on an AirTran Airways jet in 2011. Southwest Airlines has 30 days to respond.
Revenue Figure Up At Southwest AirlinesPassenger flew fewer miles on Southwest Airlines in August, but they paid more per mile than a year ago. Passenger revenue for every seat flown one mile rose 4 percent.
Southwest Airlines & AirTran Union Reach DealThe union representing flight attendants for AirTran Airways has announced a tentative contract agreement.
Revenue Measure Down For Southwest AirlinesSouthwest Airlines flew more passengers in June, but said that customers continued to pay less per mile -- a key revenue measure for the industry.
Southwest Airlines Has Sale On Fall FlightsSouthwest Airlines is running a three-day sale on fall travel, and other airlines are starting to match the lower prices. The company launched the sale on Tuesday.
Southwest Airlines Begins Puerto Rico FlightsSouthwest Airlines is expanding beyond the continental 48 states with new flights to Puerto Rico, as it converts AirTran Airways routes. The flights launched on Sunday.
Southwest & AirTran Unite Reservation NetworksSouthwest Airlines and AirTran are now selling itineraries for flights on both airlines in a single purchase.
Revenue Measure Up For Southwest AirlinesSouthwest Airlines says a key revenue measure rose 2 percent in February despite a dip in traffic.