Aloha: Southwest Says It Can Begin Flying To Hawaii Southwest Airlines is getting ready for takeoff. The Dallas-based airline says it has gained government approval to begin flights between California and Hawaii.
Computer Issues Briefly Ground Southwest Airlines Flights Across The CountryFlight delays and passenger frustration after a computer issue grounded Southwest Airlines flights at some U.S. airports.
Southwest Airlines Onboard Baggage Weight Subject Of FAA InvestigationFederal officials have told Southwest Airlines to fix the way it calculates the weight of luggage loaded on flights after finding frequent mistakes.
North Texas-Based Air Traffic Controller Resign Over Government ShutdownThe Fort Worth chapter of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association warns flights will be grounded as early as next week if they are forced to continuing to work without pay.
Federal Workers At Dallas Love Field Treated To Free LunchAs many as 200 federal workers at Dallas Love Field were treated to hot dogs and hamburgers donated by members of the city's aviation department during the partial government shutdown.
Where Are The Drones? Amazon's Customers Are Still WaitingJeff Bezos predicted five years ago that drones would be carrying Amazon packages to people's doorsteps. Amazon customers are still waiting.
Congress Takes Aim At Shrinking Seats, Legroom On AirplanesThe Federal Aviation Administration would be required to set new minimum requirements for seats on airplanes under legislation to be considered in the House this week.
New Details About Southwest Captain's Actions After Engine BlewThe pilots of a Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines jet struggled to handle the plane after an engine blew apart at 32,000 feet over Pennsylvania last month.
Bookings For Southwest Airlines Fall After Fatal AccidentSouthwest Airlines says bookings are down since the fatal accident on one of its Dallas-bound planes last week.
Southwest Has Been Faced With Fines, Union Safety ComplaintsAs the investigation into last week's deadly engine failure continues, Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly could face questions about whether the company's low-cost business model is putting passengers at risk.
Southwest Airlines Sought More Time For Engine InspectionsSouthwest Airlines sought more time last year to inspect fan blades like the one that snapped off during one of its flights Tuesday.