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Fresh update on "southwest airlines" discussed on Fox News Rundown
"Have made major changes in recent weeks, hoping to convince potential passengers that taking a flight won't risk their health. Barron's magazine says Delta is now handing out complimentary care kids with a mask and Purell hand sanitizer pouch. American Airlines and Delta have closed airport club lounges. You can no longer take a shower Delta Sky clubs, Southwest Airlines will ask you to fill out a customer. Declaration to confirm you don't have covert 19 symptoms and haven't.
Fresh update on "southwest airlines" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Delta Airlines may extend its Corona virus there a policy of leaving middle seats vacant on its flights, even as other carriers go backto booking full planes CEO at Bastion in a memo to employees, said, quote medical experts we've worked with advised that keeping middle seats blocked on limiting capacity makes a real difference in keeping travelers and our people safe onboard among some of the airline names Delta flying higher today, up by 1.2%. You. Ellis down 0.4%. American Airlines Group down 1.7%. Rounding out the Big Four Southwest Airlines sticker l u V it is up by 1.7%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. This is Bloomberg. BusinessWeek with Carol Master and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg Radio. All right, let's do a little business Week economics. Now. Obviously, we've been talking about it all day, the jobs report.
New York, New Jersey and Connecticut require travelers from Florida and other states with high coronavirus rates to quarantine for two weeks
"Start with a big move from New York New Jersey and Connecticut calling tonight for a fourteen day quarantine for anyone coming in from high risk states, including the state of Florida that state's chief financial officer is Jimmy. Petronas, he's with us. Live tonight to respond Mr Petronas. It's good to have you. Thanks for being here. Got, what what is your response to what these states announced today? Those states are just you know unfortunately in the throes of some of the worst economic times in their history. You know if they feel like they've got a problem they afforded coming to visit the only solution. They've got into quarantine to keep people in the state for fourteen days, so in the case of of the decision that they're making it then it's unfortunate for them. It's unfortunate, but their economy, but they've got bigger. Prom solved and keeping flirting their state. Nobody's moving their. Hundred people a day or moving to the state of Florida Rico think. How is it any different? Though than what your governor governor descent announced back in March when he had the same requirement for people from New, York New Jersey Tristate area, coming down to Florida which by the way said saved lives. How's it any different than what your own governor did? Well, I think there was definitely a hot spot in the concentration that took place from new. York highly concentrated where there are like that. Go every day in the tune southwest airlines, things eleven flights a day from New York into Fort, Lauderdale, so there is a migration that happens every year. People from the northeast come to warm weather states. You know what happened is now that the governor's feel like there's a an influx employed or a concentration of to travel up. Let me tell you people from Florida or not moving to the northeast. It's not a matter of moving to the northeast. It's a matter of visiting and vice versa. There are those. Who say that your state is on is on the verge of being out of control. You had a record number of cases today fifty, five hundred. Your new hospitalizations were the most in a month. Isn't that an issue? The increase in cases in the state of Florida or in low age individuals. Our ICU bed is is highly available. There's plenty of ICU. Beds available in the State of Florida and Governor D- Santa's leading. He has been creating a environment because not every part of the state is the same so not every state should be treated with the same type of restrictions. So why isn't this simply about taking precautions and saving lives as I mentioned, you didn't answer the question. You did have a record number of new cases today. Regardless of what age group they fall in the virus is still spreading in your state. I understand the point you're making is you're seeing cities like Tampa Pinellas County Dade County. You're seeing where they countywide instances of masks. Requirements are taking place so as you're seeing. We're spiked for taking place local governments or taking it because you can't put the same set of terms on everywhere. If you've got a hot spot and you had an increase in numbers, those mayors. Mayors and those county administrations are the necessary precautions as they illnesses, the best needs to curb the numbers wire. But why should you not have st just mentioned masks and orders from a more localized level? Why not a state order though on masks which the governor said he's he's not going to do that. It's too hard to enforce enforceable in more densely populated states. Why isn't? As enforceable in the state, of Florida. Not every communities the same, nor should they be treated the same as those areas that have spikes in numbers. There's definitely an argument to be made where there needs to be a different protocol established there than in the rural parts of the state that don't have the spike in numbers, nor the transient
Southwest to limit seats sold on flights through September
"Southwest Airlines is the limiting ticket sales to two thirds of capacity through at least September thirtieth southwest also now says it expects June operating revenue will be down seventy percent from a year ago but its previous forecast was as much as eighty five percent
Southwest offers buyout packages, temporary leaves to 'ensure survival'
"Southwest Airlines is offering buyout packages and temporary leaves to as a company put it insure its
U.S. airlines see glimmers of demand, a turning point in the pandemic
"Booking booking show show more more passengers passengers are are scheduling scheduling flights flights on on U. U. S. S. airlines airlines than than in in recent recent weeks weeks let's let's get get this this update update from correspondent Clayton Neville some US airlines beginning to see a slight uptick in demand amid the corona virus pandemic after months of empty airports in grounded planes Southwest Airlines says new bookings are outpacing cancellation so for this month but according to CEO Gary Kelly there's still a long way to go and while I'm confident that no other airline was better prepared for this impact of this crisis in southwest realistically we can't expect that things are going to be back to normal in six or even twelve months no timeline for the economy and turn the airline industry to bounce back we know it took years after nine eleven and this is far worse Kelly telling southwest employees this month that tough decisions are ahead no that we're taking every action possible to protect the southwest family and jobs but remember the imperative here is to ensure our company's survival without that there are no jobs United Airlines also reporting a moderate improvement in demand for June and delta seeing a small rise in demand these travelers say they believe more people will start to fly again as the summer and vacation time arrives and as restrictions across the country are loosened I think at this point people are able to make their decision on what they want to do if you want to stay home I think you should stay home if you want to go out going to go out we know the risks now we'll get back to work sooner than later all over the place it's gonna be a longer lasting negative effects despite the recent uptick in travelers industry leaders say air travel demand is still down more than ninety two percent compared to this month last year I'm plate number
Airlines say ticket cancellations slowing but demand recovery still distant
"May Southwest Airlines says bookings are outpacing cancellations again United is reporting a moderate strengthening and ticket purchases in the US and delta says it will restart a hundred flights in June including New York to Paris these are not predictions of a quick recovery southwest had forecasted ninety five percent drop in revenue this month that has improved to twelve ninety percent
Airline Stocks Soar After News of COVID-19 Vaccine Progression
"Shares of airline travel and leisure focused companies soaring after an experimental coronavirus vaccine did show promise among some of the airline stocks today you A. L. parrot if you narrow the United off by twenty one point one percent American up by nine point two percent delta airlines up today by thirteen point nine percent Southwest Airlines up by thirteen point
Major U.S. airlines endorse temperature checks for passengers
"Starting today if you're planning to fly it make sure you pack your face covering payroll these Bailey Friday has that story today all major airlines are requiring passengers to wear some kind of face covering while flying in an attempt to slow the spread of covert nineteen this is the latest of several precautions are lines of taking to flatten the curve last week for worth based American Airlines began requiring face masks for team members unable to remain six feet away from one another that includes pilots when they're not in the cockpit the airline is also doing fever checks at a handful of airports including DFW and then please get their temperature checked every time they get to work Dallas based Southwest Airlines is taking similar precautions the airlines said it will provide face coverings to passengers who don't bring their own daily Friday news radio ten eighty
Man hit and killed by plane on Austin, Texas, runway
"The man was struck and killed by a commercial jet landing at Austin Texas the pilot of Southwest Airlines flight thirteen ninety two a Boeing seven three seven arriving from Dallas reported seeing a person on runway one seven right at Austin Bergstrom International Airport shortly after the jet touched down at eight twelve Thursday night the driver of an airport operations vehicle later found the body of a man on the runway airport officials don't believe the victim was supposed to be on the runway at the time of the incident an investigation is
Southwest Airlines says pilot did "everything possible" to avoid hitting man on Austin runway
"Out Southwest Airlines promising a pilot did everything possible to avoid hitting and killing a man on a runway flight thirteen ninety two struck the man on runway seventeen arc after landing from Dallas love field officials say the man was not authorized to be on the runway and was dead at
Jetliner hits and kills person as it lands at Austin airport
"Southwest Airlines has declared that its pilots did everything possible to avoid hitting and killing a person on the runway in Austin a flight thirteen ninety two struck the person last night on at Austin Bergstrom International Airport after they landed coming in from Dallas love field airport officials say the person was not authorized to be on that runway was pronounced dead at the scene Austin police and the FAA continued to investigate the pilot to the tower though is that right personnel I don't recall the M. two zero one recording a time but the for approximately thirty year old male injuries incompatible with life southwest says no one on board the plane was injured they vowed to fully cooperate in the
Jetliner hits and kills person as it lands at Austin airport
"Alright a Southwest Airlines jet liner hit and killed somebody as it was making a landing at Austin Bergstrom International around eight twelve last night southwest said that the pilot actually had to maneuver to try to avoid hitting the person we don't know who this person is we don't know if he was an employee or just some random person or why he was there it's one of those situations where he had to here she had to know the plane was coming just isn't there what what was it there are a lot of questions about this one or were they on the runway for and what could have you know the the plane tried to avoid it what could happen to you know with that it really is sad and imagine being one of the few people on board that flight to know what happened upon landing in Austin last night now apparently the person was found on the runway by the driver of an airport operations vehicle so with that there's a apparently did some damage to the left engine a dense engine of the plane so yeah it's for your own the release from southwest says that that they use in a news release overnight saying that the south was aircraft that was coming in as you mentioned from Dallas maneuvered to avoid hitting someone who'd become visible on the runway seventeen are just shortly after touch down near camp craft apparently came to a safe stop pilots had reported the event to local air traffic controllers and I'm wondering if at that time they even knew if they hit him but but again questions as to why we we was there how we got on to their cause that could brings up other safety and you know within security issues of how does somebody get on to the middle of a runway as a plane is about to land absolutely and at this point Austin police are saying that the person was not dressed as an airport worker and did not have any I. D. so right now the FAA is in assisting in the investigation with Austin police to disarm arrange what's
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly urges TSA to begin temperature scans at checkpoints
"Might not be long before air travelers faced one more thing at the TSA line thanks to the corona virus pandemic Gerry Kelly CEO of Southwest Airlines tells CBS this morning actions needed to keep sick people from flying and passengers from being on edge we're urging the TSA from the very first time that you set foot in the airport to begin temperature scans as part of the US screen process at the check point Air Canada is going to start its own temperature checks next
"southwest airlines" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Dallas based Southwest Airlines lost money as well southwest CEO Gary Kelly was on face the nation with Margaret Brennan yesterday and did she ask if it is really safe to fly we're doing everything possible to encourage people to come back and fly we're cleaning airplanes were requiring mask of our employees and our customers we're using very deep cleanings every night we're using electro static misters which will kill the virus on surfaces for up to thirty days we're exercising social distancing an onboard the aircraft we we won't be booking airplanes full so that people can spread out so absolutely we're doing everything we can to make it as safe as humanly possible yeah and you stop things like food service and the like I mean those sound like good measures but you know we had a guest on our program last week Barry Diller who is it is a big investor he said it's just absurd if you do things like remove the middle seat to have some space segment to his point you still have a confined space you still have a shared bathroom you still have people who are walking down the aisle going to their seep walking past you hi I mean how much risk is there what do you think the measures you're taking due to offset everything else I don't think the risk on on an airplane is is any greater risk than anywhere else and in fact you just look at the layered approach that we use it's it's a safe is an environment is you're going to find we were using hospital quality disinfectants hip air filters to make sure that the error is is properly filtering clean we're not going to remove the middle seats or prohibit people from sitting in middle seas but at the same time we will book their planes full so you know if you choose all the middle seats can be open and that is a Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly it is five forty four at KRLD believed or not we already have some accidents and some issues on the highways this morning that we're gonna tell you about president trump and his prediction last night on that virtual town hall meeting.
Southwest CEO Gary Kelly insists it's safe to fly as future of air travel remains uncertain
"Southwest Airlines announcing this week it will have began overhauling its safety measures for passengers to align with social distancing guidelines most notably the airlines will be boarding passengers in groups of ten as opposed to having large groups crowd the gate southwest CEO Gary Kelly telling CBS's face the nation that he believes it is safe to travel again we're we're doing everything possible to encourage people to come back and fly we're cleaning airplanes were requiring mask of our employees and our customers we're using very deep cleanings every night we're using electro static misters which will kill the virus on surfaces for up to thirty days Kelly says that the industry is currently at what he calls a very low
Southwest suspends in-flight beverage and snack service
"Again Southwest Airlines now requiring passengers to wear face masks and also they're going to be reducing of the number of passengers seated on the flight south was also suspending its in flight beverage and snack service looks like no peanuts on southwest for the time being they plan to reduce the number of passengers a lot of the planes by by the way starting tomorrow and as far as the requirements were facemask southwest plans to start doing that on may eleventh joining other airlines either already doing so were planning to
U.S. airlines now requiring masks, promise more safety measures
"It was going on this week which is interesting and I sat on your networks matter effective for storing American Airlines and delta and United Airlines all announcing yesterday they're going to require us as passengers to wear facemask jet blue kind of lead the pack on that and then also on Sunday you're gonna talk to the CEO of Southwest Airlines yeah because I think as consumers it's really going to come down to us in terms of when we feel comfortable to re engage in the economy part of that is heavily dependent on how big we feel and certainly for airlines and they are each making their own decisions on whether they require flight attendants of the entire staff or whether they require passengers to wear masks there hasn't been clear communication from the CDC are whether the mass actually prevent you from getting sick but they do say it prevents the spread a reduces that particularly if you're a symptomatic you don't know your stack and perhaps spreading it without your knowledge so that's where the math would do it would help to reduce that the big question mark is symptomatic spread and this is a I think more broadly for businesses and business owners want to know what are the required could you were expected to do what actually works very Geller that business icon said that on Sunday last Sunday on our program can somebody please tell me do maths actually work and that that we stop thing the business owner to do so we've seen the airlines can be a test case they've also taking a taxpayer bailout money we want to talk about what the airline industry looks like going forward now that taxpayers could end up owning portion of
Southwest posts first quarterly loss in nine years, shores up cash to weather pandemic
"Caterpillar and three M. all higher after first quarter earnings results helping market sentiment also waiting the mood is oil crude futures are plowed their way back from even steeper losses earlier on growing glut worries right now re opening talk as crude futures down but only by twenty seven cents at twelve fifty one a barrel after posting its first quarterly loss in nine years Southwest Airlines is selling fifty five million shares and some bonds in a push to add liquidity as the corona virus pandemic all but erases demand for flights southwest is following United Airlines and offering shares it does carriers are rushing to shore up cash even as they get billions of dollars in
Major U.S. airlines accept government aid for payrolls
"Well you know we could we thought we could see this is cut because we sell the airline stocks were getting a rally but they finally reached an accord with the government remember there were two two areas of aid for the airlines on the one hand it was supposed to be grants which would flow right through the airlines and on to employees and in a lease holders and that sort of thing and that would have to be paid back and then they can apply for loans well they change the deal and that first crunch is a combination of grant flows through the employees but also thirty percent of it is being treated as a loan add the government gets an equity stake of ownership in the airlines and the airlines agreed to it in the case of American Airlines they're going to get five point eight billion dollars and they also say they will apply for a loan of four and three quarter billion dollars in return they are limiting executive compensation they're not getting increased the dividends gonna stop the buy backs and they'll be no involuntary furloughs are pay rate reductions through September thirtieth same's true for us the same terms are true for Southwest Airlines they're going to get four point two billion dollars three point two of it is a grant a billion dollars is a loan at the end of the day Southwest Airlines will grant two point six million warrants to the treasury which means that they can elect to buy stock at a low price if they want to but to give him an equity stake and the thing is that also true for the other major airlines delta United Alaska you're all going to get part of this and this is a life line to an industry that has that has really been hemorrhaging money and still lives with all those airplanes parked on the on the tarmac you think South western alliance at American airlines have put him together have an awful lot of employees in North Texas and so this is good news for the airlines good news for the employees
Boeing offers voluntary buyouts in message to all 161,000 employees
"Boeing will offer voluntary buyouts to its entire staff of one hundred sixty one thousand the move will preserve much needed cash a Boeing which is facing a sharp contraction in demand there's no telling when carriers will return to normal schedules no less buying planes Southwest Airlines said it would apply for federal aid becoming the second carrier to confirm it will seek assistance American airlines already said it would apply for aid
"southwest airlines" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Laws Southwest Airlines managed to have one heck of a year in twenty nineteen traffic and weather together on the age twelve eighteen here's John wall fan if you're coming in to sell about thirty five ages past postoak we've got that overturned semi two right lanes are blocked traffic now slow from south loop two eighty eight this report sponsored by charter communications continuing down thirty five northbound thirty five V. before lake Dallas drive an accident the two left lanes has traffic flow from highland village what you get it in northwest Dallas southbound thirty five EPS royal an accident in the one right lane now has Phyllis traffic slow from six thirty five and heading the other way northbound thirty five eighty four valley view an accident in the right lane of traffic slow from six thirty five southeast forward that ramp from southbound he threw a twenty eastbound twenty still shut down at last check you either gonna be forced to go westbound on twenty which isn't so bad or take the business to eighty seven Mansfield highway exit then double back to get onto eastbound twenty now spectrum business doesn't think the better phone and faster internet should cost you more and that is why they offer business phone and two hundred megabits per second internet with no contracts no added phone taxes or fees for just sixty four ninety eight a month make the right call and switch today I'm John wolf your next report twelve twenty eight breaking traffic alerts when they happen rain will continue through the day today as an upper level low slowly approaches to some of our southern counties may see a little bit of a break by noon but then more rain will come in later on this afternoon and evening.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on KGO 810
"Had hoped that the US attorney's office will make an effort to try to address the systematic failures with respect to the bureau of prisons the metropolitan correctional center has been plagued by allegations of under staffing forced overtime and mismanagement Steve cast about New York the national transportation safety board has issued seven that safety recommendations based on findings are from the investigation into the death on board a Southwest Airlines flight correspondent Clayton Nevil says a woman was killed when she was partially sucked out of a plane window during an engine failure the engine failure claimed the life of passenger Jennifer we order the NTSB determined that a fractured fan blade powering southwest Boeing seven thirty seven seven hundred let do it damaged fusel lodge resulting in a rapid cabin deep pressurization senior NTSB engineer Matthew fox says the crack may have been difficult to see it is likely the crack was not detectable by the fluorescent penetrant inspection conducted at the time of the fan blades sets last overhaul the board issued two recommendations to southwest and five to the FAA Boeing was told to redesign of flawed engine casing I'm quite novel check your traffic especially the situation at the bart station that's all coming up next on KGO eight ten this time of the year brings the best weather breathtaking views and unparalleled sunsets today you may experience at all now and into the tides this thanksgiving be pampered and enjoy a delicious meal at the Bayview restaurant and lounge the first course features items like chilled scallops and prawns and butternut squash ravioli main course offerings include traditional roasted Turkey thirty tomatoes at a Cheney post Taliban and.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Will new when is the topic of today's clark -rageous moment clark regis moments college okay so get this movie pass which broke the hearts of so many moving lovers that movie pass had this unlimited movie past that people loved till it didn't work anymore. Well movie pass is now subject to a data-breach according to detect crunch. That was a database that was not password protected. Can you believe this not password. Protected did that had a hundred and sixty one million records and who knows how many so so far they only guest sixty thousand contained customers credit card data. We don't know who those customers are of one hundred and sixty one million data files one hundred sixty one million data files eight didn't have anywhere near that number of customers but if you were a movie veep past subscriber you need to watch activity closely on the credit card that you used for movie pass and if you we used a debit card for movie pass the risk to you with the money in your checking account is great. You might consider getting a new debit card number from your financial institution a to shen. It's my pleasure to welcome. You here the.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
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"southwest airlines" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Was their first row structure between San Antonio Dallas and Houston herb was thirty six and in poor paraded Southwest Airlines. And for the next five years they had a hundred and forty three to digital in administrative proceedings. All the way to the US supreme court because three major carriers braniff continental and Texas international colluded to keep this little upstart from ever getting off to ground and the more. They fought the harder Kelleher dug in and it was an affront his spirit of his Galateri -tarian spirit was an affront to democratize in the skies. And if they just left them alone. I'm pretty sure that the south west would have just bleh. Ed money and gone away. But what they did was they they confronted her calendars fierce, competitiveness and sense of idealism. And then Southwest Airlines was born what's very interesting those three carriers are gone today. Right. And southwest is the most successful airline in the world. I am glad they're gone too. They they were not fun to fly on. Now. I will say this is I mean is silly. I grew up in Oklahoma. And I moved to Minnesota about the age of twelve and I remember, saving all my money, all my money. Kevin when I was thirteen years old to fly from Minnesota back to also to visit my friends and the tickets VIN. We're more than they are now true story. So I have a big appreciation for south west because they have dramatically lowered the the cost of traveling everywhere. I mean, the the the prices of flying are so low now, I mean, it used to be something that only the elite. It could do. And now, it's very very affordable. Could you share with from your perspective looking at it and looking at all the data and spinning years researching about the impact you think southwest has made on just the mobility of the average American and the lowering the costs of flying. Yeah. It's one of the things that totally impressed this early on with them. And they you know, they they have really taken that whole cost structure low fares and are low cost to create row fares and made it a cause a noble heroic. 'cause and they would call it the business of freedom. And I'll tell you what that looks like when we were doing research for this. We had a twenty something year old rampage and probably didn't have more than a high school education. I don't remember exactly. But he said Kevin. We don't have statistical significance on this show on. He's looking at the research or right? He's statistical significance, but I can tell you on average that about one out of every seven or eight of these little Disney pull on bags that we put on a belt roader and load the plane comes from a child in a broken home in if we. We don't put these bags on the airplane on time. And we don't turn this airplane back in those days. It was ten minutes. Now, it's more like twenty five. We don't turn this airplane on time. That means that we're going to put more airplanes in the system, which means we're gonna have to find the money to pay for those airplanes, which is going to come out of ticket increases the cost and tickets, and that little boy or little girl is not gonna be able to fly between mom and dad who's geographically separated. And that's an affront to the business of freedom. And I thought my gosh, if the twenty year old rampage in gets it at that level, and they create a critical mass of employees who understand the movement and the cons behind the movement. That is their secret sauce. The that's a very powerful concept. Ten minute turn want to get it on a deep passionate level. That's one thing. That's that's getting a twenty year old employ to being gauge. Yeah. I mean, according to Gallup, they say what sixty seven percent of American employees are not engaged at work you the research. So to get somebody twelve years old to be engaged. That's that's powerful. But then to pull it off. Can you explain how the ten minute turn? I don't think maybe some of the listeners are familiar with that terminology..
"southwest airlines" Discussed on Throwing Shade
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"southwest airlines" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That that Boeing crash that Ethiopian Airlines crash that happened was a Boeing jet. There are many countries grabbing these jets, I do the same thing the US not necessarily following suit yet. But I would be doing it. Southwest Airlines has the Boeing jets and I'm flying Southwest Airlines in a like a week and a half. We're going up north for my nieces bat mitzvah. That's that's where I'm flying southwest. That's all I need. Now is that that type of need. Turnabout? The truth is you're safer in the air than you are on the roads, especially here in the state of Florida. Hell, you're you're. You're safer safer in military action. You're safer in the air. Then you're going back and forth to the airport. Yeah. Yes. I really shouldn't be worried. But I I don't like the fact that I'm flying the Boeing jet. So when you have other countries that are gonna be grounding these jets, why wouldn't the US follow suit on this. Why wouldn't they just you know? Why? Okay. Well, here's the thing though. I mean, what's the precedent has been set? And let's just say this that. A country is taking these steps to ground these these these Boeing jets, and then God forbid something happens, and you know, some loses their life and your family your so that that's loss at city. Right everybody doing all right coming back. We got hot for teacher. It's hot for teacher Tuesday. Much more.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on KOMO
"California, a Southwest Airlines plane landing in Burbank. Unable to stop on its own at the end of the runway ground stop declared at Burbank. ABC's? Alec stone has the update on board the Boeing seven thirty-seven from Oakland, Burbank. Southwest Airlines says there were one hundred twelve passengers and five crew members the plane over running the runway on able to stop in time it plowed into a crushed concrete arresting system at the end of the runway it's like going into quicksand to stop planes before they hit the perimeter fence the plane stopped in that area. Nobody was injured a can of bear repellant sent dozens of Amazon employees to the hospital yesterday morning and one of them still in critical condition had happened near Trenton, New Jersey at a warehouse, the spray, which causes breathing. Trouble and itchy eyes and throats fill the air when a can of it was punctured by machine. It was contained to. Small area of that Amazon warehouse. Amazon says now it is now investigating a donation box for the Auburn food Bank made its debut yesterday. It's an old movie dropbox located at the Safeway on Auburn way, south food Bank. Partnered with several local businesses to spruce up the box and put it in front of the store. Komo news time coming up on twenty time for your KOMO propel insurance money update. This has been a disastrous day on Wall Street, although not as bad as the day before yesterday. The Dow down three hundred thirty points now SMP thirty one points lower, and the NASDAQ is down thirty seven points, the broader s and p five hundred on track by the way for its worst week since March long-term mortgage rates are lower this week amid a steep decline in stock prices mortgage giant, Freddie, MAC says the average rate on a thirty year fixed dipped to four and three quarters percent. The key rate stood at almost a point less than that a year ago at three point nine four percent. And the rate today on a fifteen year fixed rate, averaging four point two one percent Saudi Arabia's energy minister saying today that OPEC nations have not yet been able to decide upon a possible production cuts, and he's expressing skepticism about win in agreement might be reached OPEC countries will meet tomorrow with Russia to negotiate its contribution to the overall cuts will our money news at twenty and fifty past every hour right here on KOMO standby..
"southwest airlines" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Great don't even write anything. It's great. Finally, there's a woman at Texas is very upset about Southwest Airlines. And there's a lot of reasons to be upset of Southwest Airlines. If you've ever flown Southwest Airlines, but she is upset because the gate agent made fun of her daughter's name her daughter's name is ABC D E. Now, I will not make fun of a child's name because they did not pick their own name. But if you were a gate agent, could you say that name without kind of making fun of it? Yeah. I mean, look part of the deal there. I always think it's funny looks certain airlines like there's one airline in particular always tries to say everybody's last name, and you go like, why would you even put yourself through that kind of challenge, you know, about forty percent of if you're gonna have no shot on but the girl's name was obscenity. So it is a different name. I saw this on social media. I think there are plenty of times and social media. I'll see things where I go. Hey, you know, what that's getting me thinking about something different. I saw like twenty thousand retweets on this. You know, how many retweets it should've had zero. Okay. Now, you shouldn't make fun of a kid's name. But I didn't need the awareness factor here. This wasn't some outrageous social issue, someone buying a counter said something, maybe they shouldn't have said you overheard it, and that's fine. But you gave your kid your name. You gave your name. Hey, I have an e in the Ryan I've dealt with that my whole life people actually act like I did it and I go. Hey, yeah. And people are like people are like, oh, that's cooler at stupid. I'm like, you know, what it's crazy when you're born. Usually don't have a voice like you. Don't get the raise your hand and go, you know, what can we just? So to avoid confusion like people don't really want to hear from you minutes after your born. So I get the part where it's a mom who's upset. There's nothing you're more protective of than your kids. It's the fact that I don't have any. But this is not something that we need to have on the Ellen show. All right. This fish got a little bit too much play. It's very fair also app. City sounds like a place that charges through two hundred dollars a month to like work out. Yeah. I mean if I if I named my kid Thor. The Celtics are broken Gordon Hayward. It's been over a year since his injury. And he's still isn't right. Kyrie Irving had this to say about his team mate. He said, quote, honestly, I think that he's passing a little too much for Gordon's potential and his talent. I think coming up in the next few games. He'll be able to show some different things that he's been on for the start of the season just being more aggressive offensively. And looking for his shot more. We had practice yesterday. And I told him look for look for your shot. More get aggressive and get yourself going because you are great talent in this league. And I don't want you to forget that. Ryan russillo. What do you think about Kyrie's assessment of Gordon Hayward? He's right on man. I mean, Kyrie's really good with this stuff. And when I watched the Celtics the positive of their struggles is that I think they're really easy to see you see guys hesitate because I think really good players in the beginning of the season. Do this thing where they want to be unselfish? They wanna make sure that everybody's fitting in and they don't want to be the guy saying shots. But now this game is an aggressive game. And when you start to be playing it at a passive level when you're as good as a Hayward or sometimes even them, and I've seen it from Kyrie you really only hurting yourself in the team. So you can't have everybody out of control and all being aggressive and never passing anyone. But when I watched them, I see everyone kind of processing too much or thinking about how the other guys playing off of them. So Kyrie's one hundred percent on point here. The problem for Gordon, though, is that he's not now closing games. And he may be seeing less minutes because it's been such a slow start for him. So I don't know if that's part of it..
"southwest airlines" Discussed on KGO 810
"Suspense this fence we'll see i did a report this week and then i was flooded with letters about a scam that's being mailed out to people comes as a letter and it says dear whom let's say i got one i haven't that michael finney so i had my address i have my neck in a sense i was working at in the san francisco bay area when i saw you having an affair so unless you give me eight thousand dollars i'm going to tell your wife now this is snail mail it is mailed to you in a letter form but then it asks for payment in bitcoin well bitcoin can't be traced that's why they want it it doesn't work that much going through a wire services anymore new rules regulations fuss they're being much better the companies so they wanted through bitcoin well i don't know that much about that quite i know the basics so they have a whole to'real which is actually very good on the back of the letter on how to buy and send them bitcoins so it's it's really low tech letter not an email a letter and then they want bitcoin shrub you don't fall for it southwest airlines this i am fascinated by this so southwest airlines had that issue where they had engine problem apart flew into a window broke the window and a woman was almost sucked out of a plane some heroes grabbed her regrettably she's still passed away well when these types of issues happen then southwest airlines does it by as many or maybe it's even any commercials for set period of time so they did that again and sales are down so southwest airlines have saying they're going to bake i think it has three percent less per mile flown i guess that's how they figure profit in that industry so that one incident and a tragedy is causing the airline to lose money well that came out one day that information i think it came out of investor relations and then a day later there was a sale so i don't know if the sale is going to work for you it's not one of their giant sales where everything is a great deal but southwest airlines is offering some pretty good deals right now trying to make up for the loss so you might want to check that out tesla model three do you remember this thing they're they're out on.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on Note To Future Me
"This is a note to future me dated wednesday may twenty third two thousand eighteen as i mentioned in my podcast on may twenty first entitled southwest airlines i heart radio team up for free inflight music streaming i said i would follow up with this podcast with monetization opportunities for podcasters who are focused on food travel local events in your market although summarize what's going on in case you missed my previous podcast and i encourage you to go back to that but i can wrap it up here too as well that middle of may two thousand eighteen southwest airlines announced that they're teaming up with iheartradio to turn up the volume as a saint on its inflight entertainment offerings with a new free streaming radio offering customers will be able to use the onboard wifi to listen to live radio variety of john rose including rock country hip hop and pop but all under phones tablets or computers they can also create custom stations featuring music from their favorite artists the the iheartradio service will be free and accessible through southwest's entertainment portal or passengers can also stream free live television customers can also use the iheartradio app to stream music or access their personal libraries and playlists during the flight without paying extra for wi fi there it is they can listen to your podcast on the flight now i had some emails and some texts to me talking about well hey if they've already listened to my podcast via apple podcast i tunes aren't they lost no year missing your best friend here google search if you've done your dude diligence in regards to id three tagging your podcast you're blogging your posting everything is juiced up around each of your podcasts about food about travel about your local desk.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on Note To Future Me
"This is a note to future me dated monday may twenty first two thousand eighteen southwest airlines is teaming up with heart radio deter up the volume on its inflight entertainment offerings with a new free streaming radio offering the company said this past friday customers going to be able to use the onboard wifi to listen to live radio featuring a variety of john rose including rock country hip hop and pop on their phones tablets computers they can also create custom stations featuring music from their favorite artists according to the press release it's the first inflight streaming music offering from south west since two thousand fifteen when the company's previous partnership with beats music later aquar acquired by apple music ended according to ryan green south west chief marketing officer for south west music is a part of a larger story it's an ongoing investment and enhancing their customer's travel experiences the iheartradio service will be free and accessible through southwest entertainment portal or pests passengers can also stream free live television customers can also use the iheart radio app distri music or access their personal libraries and playlists during the flight without paying extra for wi fi so what's that mean for you as a podcast or what that means for you as a podcast or that your listeners and new listeners can listen to your podcast the iheartradio on southwest airline flight this is where it benefits you to know your podcast listener really really well some questions to ask are they flying southwest airlines where do they cation is it a southwest airlines destination now some podcast content john that come to mind that would really benefit from this foodie podcasts travel podcasts po possibly podcast with a with content specific to a southwest destination for example podcasts that are very focused on local events happening in charleston chicago cuba orlando like about disney focus podcast this is where podcasters can take advantage and encourage listeners to listen to your podcast.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on Dollar Saving Divas
"I thought it was what i thought about it kind of weird while the other the most besides the alcohol ads the other ends that i notice the most arm were like doctor's like the best plastic surgeons in america okay that would fit for people like going down the florida are california again they're hassing a pretty wide net here that nato sealed ages of the best plastic surgeon so obviously is not a and then the other big picture of he must be the one that pay the most for the ads that he's like the one that gets the big picture best i surgeons just top doctors and then flipped that next page okay that picture anat is scary occur we will decide no leslie you describe what does this uh somebody who just i don't know what that is it's it's brain surgery and yeah it says need hair restoration you decided at our level how they do that they actually cutler had opened like that pair at least some almond they then trance paired transplant that's it's really it's not it's not very appealing my probably wouldn't be able to finish my adult beverage guy i had my little free just call ball okay yeah and then turned the page okay this is okay who turned the page reading this amazing i just verstappen hysterics because i thought it was a tampon commercial it's actually hit toothbrush oh that's a way different thing i thought oh sars silviaadriana isis holy mackerel they really do have different things okay but look at this one this is your favorite i know his it that's the one about the dog fifty one percent of dog owners sing to their dogs i indefinitely in that fifty one percent the i could tell doesn't just saying and they don't tell you you're singing off key they just enjoy on i have to say last night on the airplane this woman had on a little little doggy and she had it in a doggy caged thing but it was a stroller lick i find it was a baby a person that has all cover out there like she goes into delayed this room than she comes back qouted it's us roller for hot dog yeah.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on Dollar Saving Divas
"Right you gotta get there and then and then all of your in ohio as well and then i found a lot of ads on entertainment like pen intel were uh tony bennett backstreet boys lionel richie they had an eclectic mix of things yes cast a wide net and don't know who's flying i just gotta appealed every about it well in this magazine when we see chiluba's other things and we're talking to really wide variety of people okay how 'bout this one on tuck it that's shirt for guidance that is an interesting interesting thing it's some it's designed to be talked i must admit i'm not giving it much thought apparently it must be a hot item here i mean it's en it's wrinkle free so you know instead of having thank you be ensure fair to make when designed paul with a nice four you could talk at a tech shirt envoys i mean i was always in amman what it said that touch security is fractured okay how 'bout this went this is the one i found thing you know gay we all hurricanes and all that stuff so there's an ad in here for don't re roof silicone it okay this is really appealing now the the but i have an issue with this particular add because the picture that they show itself like an industrial park it's not like her home it's certainly hungry people live or business maybe that makes sense to them moral i honour their other no but i thought there was lying to their leaky i'd margaret office i thought it was funny need to know.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on 790 KABC
"10 right here on talk radio seven i detained he said on gustav rau i am just had a great picture on twitter of the la change they're all at the dodgers game tonight they're all of the great seats and they're all wearing the dodgers hats how cool is that the best part of gone dodger stadium if you're an la king is you don't have to wear the sweater wait a minute this is historical so there's tanning down the line and they're all in their white tshirts in the la dodd are the dodgers hats and there's a guy in a great he certainly smiling given the hey what's up side and he's got no front teeth how cliche is that how cliche would usually if they have no front teeth there have been the bleachers or hockey players out or if you're from canada than you definitely know their hockey player while so southwest airlines wants to have i am a singing in the i'll way inflight entertainment has evolved right alongside technology but now certain flyers southwest wanna have more of a human option that's why southwest airlines is teaming up with warner music nashville to bring pop up live performances onto some flights hostile this is the worst like a hydraulic to talk no no no there come it's like a pop up store you come on you pop in oh you know like you're going to be there you're on the flight airplane music okay they'll do it on certain flights um so this is the at for people like me i just want to get onto put on my headphones and don't talk to me i don't want the pilot to talk i don't want to know that we're 33 thousands that no i don't care shut up so i can watch my movie this flight now if southwest has it their way uh it's going to be a continuation of the live at 35 inhere concert series they lie in two thousand and a love then and the label partnered with the airline is a celebrate that they and they celebrated with an ineir performance from devon dawson who performed on a sunday afternoon flight from nashville to philadelphia just shoot me where's the uh where's the exit door i can just jump off the.
"southwest airlines" Discussed on WTVN
"A southwest airlines deploy help dd kellegher of austin collect all for bags it mccarron airport before rushing are often get crowd transportation of a hospital duties daughter suffered gunshot wounds to her stomach and groin during the match shooting right now she's stable and they have moved teheran cowger said she knew her daughter was at the show where she was celebrating a birthday 320 chord she told the southwest airlines employee as she was leaving at least i know she's alive ryan burrow abc news las vegas the shots fired from a sniper's nest by a 64yearold police identified a stephen paddock who they say killed at least fifty eight people and wounded another five hundred fifteen before killing himself this is your moyen soon after the last of the round had been fired from a 30second floor of the mandalay bay hotel isis which claiming responsibility signage steven paddock could recently converted to islam federal investigators have looked into that possibility near zero rout says we have determined to this point no connection with an international terrorist group and sheriff joseph lombardo says he's found no domestic coconspirator right now we believe it's a seoul after a lone wolf type actor leaving the motive a mystery cornell jim ryan abc news president trump spoke at the white house he brutally murdered more than 50 people and wounded hundreds more it was an act of pure evil later this hour the president will observe a moment of silence he's visiting las vegas on wednesday and already he's hearing calls for guncontrol former vice president joe biden among the people who are tweeting congress in the white house should act now to save lives quote there's no excuse for inaction you're listening to abc news two.