Tag Archives: Southwest

Southwest Airlines Is Allowing Its Racist Passengers To Kick Muslim Passengers off Their Flights [Updated]

“You Are Now Free To Move About The Country” became a wildly outdated slogan for Southwest Airlines as of this week. Perhaps the addition of the phrase “If Not A Minority” would help. The world’s largest low-cost airline carrier allowed a few racist passengers to oust Arabic-speaking and Muslim passengers on two separate flights this week, quickly becoming the official ...

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Live-streaming apps dominate buzz at South by Southwest

FILE – In this June 2, 2014 file photo, former Vice President Al Gore addresses the class of 2014 at Princeton University’s Class Day in Princeton, N.J. Gore gave a rousing talk about climate change and the need for urgent action during the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas on Friday, March 13, 2015. (AP Photo/Mel Evans, File) By ...

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Expect a Fare War Now That Southwest Can Spread the LUV

Filed under: Travel, Airfare, Vacation Planning, Spending LM Otero/APA Southwest jet, freshly painted, over Love Field. Two of the favorite words for any consumer should be “price war,” and one is breaking out in Texas. Southwest Airlines (LUV) on Monday will offer nonstop service for the first time from Dallas to Los Angeles; Chicago; Washington’s Reagan National; Denver; Las Vegas, ...

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Southwest: ‘You Are Now Free to Move About the Caribbean’

Filed under: Company News, Travel, Mergers & Acquisitions, Rumors, Travel Industry Getty ImagesAruba is one of Southwest’s new destinations. At the beginning of July, Southwest Airlines (LUV) did something it hadn’t previously done in its 43 years of existence: It landed a Southwest-branded commercial flight in a foreign country. Its move abroad is a departure for the carrier, which over ...

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