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Tue, May 21 2019

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Southwest Airlines mechanics dispute ends just as American's heats up

CHICAGO Southwest Airlines Co's mechanics union said on Tuesday its members had overwhelmingly voted to ratify a tentative contract agreement with the airline, ending seven years of labor negotiations fraught with legal disputes and flight disruptions.

WRAPUP 2-Southwest Airlines mechanics dispute ends just as American's heats up

CHICAGO, May 21 Southwest Airlines Co's mechanics union said on Tuesday its members had overwhelmingly voted to ratify a tentative contract agreement with the airline, ending seven years of labor negotiations fraught with legal disputes and flight disruptions.

Southwest Airlines' mechanics union accepts contract agreement

CHICAGO Southwest Airlines Co's mechanics union said on Tuesday it had voted to ratify a tentative contract agreement with the company, ending seven years of labor negotiations.

Southwest Airlines' mechanics union accepts contract agreement

CHICAGO, May 21 Southwest Airlines Co's mechanics union said on Tuesday it had voted to ratify a tentative contract agreement with the company, ending seven years of labor negotiations.

Boeing made mistakes on 737 MAX says Southwest CEO, hopeful planes return in U.S. summer

DENVER Boeing Co made mistakes with its 737 MAX planes that need to be addressed, Southwest Airlines Co Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly told shareholders on Wednesday, but he said he is still hopeful that the jets grounded after two crashes will return to service in the U.S. summer.

UPDATE 3-Boeing made mistakes on 737 MAX says Southwest CEO, hopeful planes return in U.S. summer

DENVER, May 15 Boeing Co made mistakes with its 737 MAX planes that need to be addressed, Southwest Airlines Co Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly told shareholders on Wednesday, but he said he is still hopeful that the jets grounded after two crashes will return to service in the U.S. summer.

Southwest CEO 'hopeful' Boeing 737 MAX will fly this summer

DENVER, May 15 Southwest Airlines Co Chief Executive Officer Gary Kelly told shareholders on Wednesday he is still hopeful the grounded Boeing Co 737 MAX jets will return to service this summer, when the airline will continue with its growth plan.

UPDATE 3-Boeing says optional 737 MAX alert was "not activated as intended"

* Angle-of-attack indicator to remain optional (Adds Air Canada comment)

Southwest Airlines loses top spot in passenger satisfaction, even as others gain

Southwest Airlines Co, the biggest user of Boeing Co's 737 MAX jets that were grounded worldwide following two fatal crashes, dropped two places from the top in terms of passenger satisfaction in 2019, a survey by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) showed.

Southwest Airlines loses top spot in passenger satisfaction, even as others gain

April 30 Southwest Airlines Co, the biggest user of Boeing Co's 737 MAX jets that were grounded worldwide following two fatal crashes, dropped two places from the top in terms of passenger satisfaction in 2019, a survey by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) showed.

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