Southwest Airlines News
Video shows altercation between 2 Southwest Airlines passengers in Burbank, California
Cellphone video taken on a Southwest Airlines flight on Sunday shows the moment two passengers got into a violent altercation after the plane landed in Burbank, California. Flight 2530 originated in Dallas and was on a stopover in Burbank before it headed to Oakland, according to the Burbank Police
Same sex couple says Southwest discriminated against them
A Florida man says a Southwest Airlines employee refused to let him board a flight as a family with his husband, their three children and a grandparent
Delta, Hawaiian, United and American top on-time rankings
Delta, Hawaiian, United and American top government's latest ranking for on-time flights
Buffett's firm buys more airline stock in first quarter
Warren Buffett's company added to two of its sizeable new investments in major airlines during the first quarter, and eliminated a stake in Twenty-First Century Fox
United CEO Oscar Munoz promises DC lawmakers, 'We will do better'
United CEO Oscar Munoz appeared at a Capitol Hill hearing this morning, telling the House Transportation Committee that his airline “will do better” as federal lawmakers examine recent dust-ups between U.S. airlines and their customers. Apologizing for last month’s incident that left a passenger
United Airlines settles with passenger dragged from flight
United did not disclose the terms of its settlement with Dr. David Dao, the passenger who was seen on video being violently removed from a flight.
United Airlines reaches settlement with passenger who was dragged off plane
The airline announces new policies, including payment of up to $10,000 to passengers who are overbooked.
Stricter dress codes for employees' guests not uncommon among airlines
United Airlines is under fire for barring two teenage girls from their flight because they were wearing leggings -- but the policy United is citing is not uncommon among airlines. In a statement on its website , the airline said that when employees and their guests utilize the benefit of free or
Winter storm to wreak havoc on Northeast travel
A major winter storm is bearing down on the Northeast and promises to shut down transportation throughout the region on Tuesday. Washington, D.C ., will be the first city hit by the snowstorm, and residents can expect 4 to 6 inches, forecasters say. Philadelphia could see nearly 10 inches, while