Southwest runs late
DALLAS, TEXAS- Southwest Airlines wants to do something about falling behind other carriers when it comes to arriving on-time.
It says it will tinker with its flight schedule to fix that by adding a few minutes between some flights.
Plus, the CEO says Southwest will be more cautious about selling tickets that require tight connections between flights.
Last year, Southwest fell to 12th place among 16 airlines that report on-time figures to the government trailing its rivals in size, United, Delta, American and US Airways.
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