Southwest has quietly extended the expiration date, announcing the news in a post in its community blog. “Once service resumes, any drink coupons set to expire throughout 2020 will now expire December 31, 2020” the post says.
Southwest Schedule Extension Southwest Airlines has extended its bookable flight schedule through January 4, 2021. Previously you were only able to book through October 30, 2020, so the extension now open up the dates for end of year travel, and gives hopefully gives you more comfort that things will be back to normal by the…
If you fly Southwest often, then having A-List status gives you some useful benefits that make your journey more enjoyable. Now Southwest Airlines is making it easier for Rapid Rewards cardholders to earn A-List status.
A-List and A-List Preferred Members extended through December 31, 2021. Companion Pass benefits extended through June 30, 2021. Plus free qualifying points and credits.
Southwest is now letting you change any flight booked for travel through June 6th, to another flight that’s up to 14 days before, or after the flight date. What makes this incredibly generous is that they are also waiving the fare price difference.
Customers’ funds that have expired or will expire between March 1-May 31, 2020, will now expire June 30, 2021. Any newly created travel fund because of a flight cancellation between March 1-May 31, 2020, will have an expiration date of June 30, 2021
Southwest Airlines has extended its bookable flight schedule through October 30, 2020. As part of the schedule extension, it is adding new international service to and from Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport beginning in October.
Southwest Airlines has extended its bookable flight schedule through Aug. 10, 2020. As part of the schedule extension, Southwest also announces plans to bring new service to some of the largest cities across its network.
Southwest has extended their schedule. The reservation system now allows you to now book flights through June 4, 2020. Plus there’s two new routes to Hawaii from San Diego.
Southwest Airlines has made changes to Companion Pass requirements. Plus there’s a couple of other items on the list of changes.
Southwest Schedule Extension Southwest has extended their schedule. The reservation system now allows you to now book flights through April 13, 2020. That means you get about 6-7 months worth of window to book. Previously you were only able to book through March, so the extension now open up the dates for Sprink break. Other…
Southwest Airlines is cutting many nonstop routes in January. The airline needs to free up the planes for flights with stronger demand, including its new Hawaii routes that were launched this year.
Southwest Airlines confirmed last week that it won’t fly the grounded Boeing 737 Max until next year. The airline also announced that it’s pulling out of Newark Liberty International Airport this November.
Southwest in partnership with Discovery Channel, launched a campaign bringing the fun of Shark Week to flying fans this summer. The carrier is celebrating Shark Week throughout July, ahead of Shark Week on Discovery beginning Sunday, July 28. All In on Shark Week Southwest Airlines has launched a Shark Week fleet in celebration of the Discovery…
With this Southwest schedule extension you can book flights for Thanksgiving, Christmas and even New Year’s. If you have the Southwest Companion Pass this gets twice as good.
Southwest Airlines has updated its family boarding policy. The change comes following an incident that passengers believed to be discriminatory. Back in 2017, a gay couple were flying with their three children and one of the men’s mother. When they attempted to board their flight during “family boarding, they were not allowed to do so.…
Southwest Airlines announced in an email that it’s suspending Boeing 737 Max flights through much of the busy summer travel season. The announcement will ground the troubled planes until August 5, two months longer than initially planned.
The FAA ordered all Boeing 737 Max 8 planes grounded last week after the Ethiopia Airlines crash. The US was one of the lone holdouts after many other countries had already grounded them. New details emerged, showing that the crash was similar to another incident months ago on the same model. Southwest was initially letting…