Southwest Airlines continued its turbulent service weekend on Monday by canceling hundreds of more flights and forcing thousands of would-be passengers to adjust their travel plans.
As of Monday at 3:30 EST, Southwest Airlines had canceled 363 flights — or about 10% of its Monday service — and delayed another 1,096 flights, according to data from Flight Aware, a flight tracking service. By comparison, the other three major airlines — American Airlines, United Airlines, and Delta Airlines — had only canceled 92 flights as of the same time period.
Southwest canceled more than 1,800 flights on Saturday and Sunday as well. In the latter half of the weekend, the Dallas-based airline’s cancellations accounted for more than 28% of the day’s service.
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