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JetBlue to remove its fares from several online travel booking sites

JetBlue Airways is removing its fares and schedules from 11 online travel booking sites, saying the move will cut costs and help keep fares low. The decision follows the lead of Southwest Airlines, which has long kept its booking information from some of the most popular online travel sites. Delta...

When will Southwest fly to Hawaii? Some speculation given recent news

When will Southwest fly to Hawaii? We still don't know the airline's plan on when Hawaii tickets will start but one piece of recent news got me to wondering if...

Southwest Celebrates First 'Unmanned' Max 8 Flight While Shutting Down Haters

Southwest Airlines on Wednesday celebrated its first “unmanned” flight on the company’s new fleet of Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft.

Anyone used this script for automated Southwest check-in?

The other day I came across a script that will attempt to automatically check you in to Southwest Airlines flights - has anybody used this (or other) scripts? I was wondering...

Bomb Threat Causes Evacuation at LaGuardia Airport

Terminal B at NYC’s LaGuardia Airport home to Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit Airlines, and United was evacuated this morning after a bomb threat. A Spirit Airlines passengers started to argue...Show More Summary

Southwest Just Made it a Little Easier to Get to Paradise

Southwest, beloved budget airline, wants to make planning a dream vacation a little easier on your wallet. Beginning in 2018 the airline will start selling flights to Hawaii. They have yet to announce exactly which airports they'll service and when the flights will begin, but that shouldn't stop you from daydreaming about your beach vacay immediately. READ MORE »

Win Two Trips to New Orleans from Southwest Airlines

I’ve been to New Orleans a couple of times and its definitely one of my favorite cities in the US. The last time I visited was in 2013 and I’d love to head back again in the near future. Southwest Airlines is currently running a contest...Show More Summary

Southwest plans Hawaii flights, says flights will get cheaper

Southwest Airlines is finally going to start flying to Hawaii, and a top executive says ticket prices will get cheaper.

Southwest Airlines will start flying to Hawaii (LUV)

Southwest Airlines is getting ready to fly to Hawaii! The airline said Thursday it will start selling tickets the Aloha State in 2018. When the service will actually launch has yet to be revealed. Southwest is currently securing approval...Show More Summary

Southwest announces flights to Hawaii

Southwest Airlines will beginning selling flights to Hawaii in 2018.        

Use Your Companion Pass to Fly Southwest to Hawaii in 2018!

The most anticipated aviation announcement in years took a couple of ticks longer than we thought it might to be announced, but that’s okay because Southwest Airlines is officially officially going to be flying to Hawaii in 2018! Yesterday...Show More Summary

Confirmed: Southwest to fly to Hawaii

Southwest Airlines has confirmed that it plans to fly to Hawaii, probably beginning next year – a decision that could bring sharply lower fares for all travel to the islands. Since the airline started to take delivery of new Boeing 737MAX...Show More Summary

Southwest Airlines Announces They’ll Start Flying To Hawaii

Southwest Airlines has finally told us the worst kept secret. They'll begin flying to Hawaii. We're a bit thin on details so far, but here's what we know. The post Southwest Airlines Announces They’ll Start Flying To Hawaii appeared first on Pizza In Motion.

Southwest Airlines Finally Announces — They’re Going to Hawaii!

Hawaii service has been speculated for years. In December 2010 they advertised for an ETOPS manager suggesting they were planning long overwater flights. Finally this year service has begun to seem imminent. Continue reading Southwest Airlines Finally Announces — They’re Going to Hawaii!...

Southwest Airlines plans Hawaii flights

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The airline, which has made no secret of its plans to fly to the vacation hotspot, made it official with events in Honolulu and L.A. on Wednesday night.        

Southwest is Flying to Hawaii!!!

I woke up this morning to see the most amazing tweet from Southwest Airlines – they are flying to Hawaii! Of course the details are vague as there are still many unknowns, but at least we now know that it will be in the near future! While you can read the entire article from Southwest… The post Southwest is Flying to Hawaii!!! appeared first on Deals We Like.

Southwest Airlines Will Start Flying To Hawaii

Southwest Airlines carries more total passengers through their system than any other US airline. They have a massive fleet of nearly 700 Boeing 737s. Yet somehow up until now they haven't flown to Hawaii, which has surprised a lot of people, including me. Show More Summary

Southwest Airlines Announces Hawaii Service in 2018

Southwest Airlines announced they’re finally going to be headed to Hawaii! The airline will begin selling tickets in 2018 pending government approval, however specific routes haven’t yet been announced. However, the airline hasn’t announced which cities in California will be the first to see the new Hawaii flights, however LAX is a sure bet. Show More Summary

Will the 'Southwest Effect' lower the cost of Hawaiian flights?

Since Southwest Airlines began to challenge the established major airlines in the 1990s, the low-cost carrier has forced its competitors to lower fares in what industry insiders call “the Southwest Effect.” Fans of Hawaii are hoping that “the Southwest Effect” happens next year when Southwest Airlines...

FlyerTalk Member: “There Was Fire Shooting Down the Fuselage of the Plane”

FlyerTalk member pond fisher and his wife were passengers aboard a Boeing 737-300 airplane which operated as Southwest Airlines flight 362 from Philadelphia to Nashville yesterday morning, Tuesday, October 10, 2017 when a loud explosion...Show More Summary

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