Leaders at Southwest Airlines will face tough questions and decisions as the major company cancels thousands of commercial flights over the holidays while competitors canceled far fewer.
On Tuesday morning, 75% of the company’s flights out of Fort Lauderdale and 80% out of Miami were canceled.
This comes after an announcement on Monday from Southwest leaders that the airline would only be flying one-third of its scheduled flights. The Dallas-based carrier canceled more than 70% of its flights on Monday. By comparison, American, United, Delta and JetBlue, had cancelation rates down to 0-2% by Tuesday.
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