Southwest Airlines customers reported issues early Tuesday as the company attempted to find its footing after a weekend of flight cancelations. A traveler checks in at the Southwest Airlines ticketing counter at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on October 11, 2021 in Baltimore, Maryland.


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Southwest Airways clients reported points early Tuesday as the corporate tried to seek out its footing after a weekend of flight cancelations. A traveler checks in on the Southwest Airways ticketing counter at Baltimore Washington Worldwide Thurgood Marshall Airport on October 11, 2021 in Baltimore, Maryland.

Prospects flying Southeast Airways reported outages early Tuesday morning, simply a few days after the Dallas-based airline canceled hundreds of flights over the weekend.

Downdetector, a web-based platform that gives real-time statuses of sure web sites and providers, reported that issues with Southwest peaked simply earlier than 8 a.m., with 40 stories, then a further 102 stories.

Issues concerning flights, web site troubleshooting and check-in didn’t appear to have an effect on different airways on the time.

The outages come as Southwest makes an attempt to stabilize its operations following the weekend. Since Saturday, the airline has canceled near 2,400 flights. On Sunday alone, the airline canceled greater than 1,100 flights, or about 30 % of its schedule.

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Delays and cancelations have been anticipated on Tuesday because the airline tried to return to regular.

On Monday, Southwest had lowered its cancelations to about 10 % of the flights scheduled. On Tuesday, the airline canceled 87 flights, or 2 % of its schedule.

Newsweek reached out to Southwest for remark however didn’t hear again earlier than publication.

It is a creating story and will probably be up to date as extra info turns into obtainable.

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