Airlines Get 'Enforcement Notice' From Feds Regarding Obligations To Customers During Coronavirus PandemicEven if passengers are owed a refund, they must still contact the airline directly, according to Rick Seaney, the CEO of Farecompare.
North Texas-Based American, Southwest Among Major Airlines Splitting $25 Billion In Payroll AidNorth Texas-based American and Southwest are among the major airlines that have tentatively agreed to $25 billion in government aid to pay workers and avoid massive layoffs.
Southwest And American Among Airlines Waiting As U.S. Treasury Applies Strings To Stimulus PackageTwo airlines based in North Texas -- Southwest and American -- are among those continuing to negotiate with the Treasury Department over terms of coronavirus-relief payments.
As Airlines Accept Federal Aid The Treasury Department Is Asking How They Expect To Pay It BackThe economic-relief bill passed last week gives the Treasury Secretary the power to take an equity stake in airlines that get taxpayer help.
New Southwest Airlines Schedule Temporarily Reduces Flights By More Than 40%Southwest Airlines will reduce flights by more than 40%, to 2,000 flights a day from May 3–June 5.
Southwest Airlines Cuts 1,500 Daily Flights Because Of Travel Declines Caused By The CoronavirusWith Dallas Love Field Airport and hundreds of others across the country virtually empty, Southwest made the decision to cancel 1,500 flights each day.
Coronavirus Fears Continue To Undercut Travel, Leaving Many Airline Flights Nearly Empty
Southwest Airlines Suspends Int'l Flights, While American Airlines Extends Change Fee WaiversAs Dallas-based Southwest Airlines suspends all international flights, Fort Worth-based American Airlines is extending wavier dates for change fees.
AA Pilots, Flight Attendants Unions Share Concerns, Welcome Feds Help Amid Flight CutsAirlines have requested $50 billion in assistance from the federal government during the coronavirus pandemic.
Airlines Seek $50 Billion Coronavirus Bailout From U.S. GovernmentU.S. airlines -- including Fort Worth-based American Airlines and Dallas-based Southwest Airlines -- are asking the federal government for billions in relief to help them recover from a downturn in travel due to COVID-19.
Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly Taking Pay Cut As Coronavirus Fears Cause Drop In BookingsSaying that the coronavirus has caused a severe recession in the airline industry, Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly announced that he will take a 10% pay cut as fears about the virus spread and airline bookings continue to decline.
Southwest Airlines Drops Revenue Estimates $200M-$300M Because Of CoronavirusThe coronavirus is having a negative impact on Dallas-based Southwest Airlines operating revenue.
FAA Agrees To Improve Oversight Of Southwest Airlines, Government Watchdog Report SaysSouthwest said it has taken steps to address the report's key findings, and it “adamantly” disagreed with the critique of its safety culture.
Bonus Time: Southwest Airlines Giving Employees 6 Weeks Worth Of Extra PayThe Dallas-based airline is giving 60,000 employees a $667-million profit-sharing bonus.
Report: Millions Of Southwest Airlines Passengers Flew On Planes With Unconfirmed Maintenance RecordsA yet to be released report by the Transportation Department allegedly details a pattern by Southwest Airlines of flying passengers on planes with unconfirmed maintenance records.