Southwest Airlines Cancels Flights Across the U.S.
The company canceled more than 1,000 flights on Sunday alone
This weekend, Southwest Airlines canceled hundreds of flights across the country, including three that were scheduled to leave Sunday from the John Glenn Columbus International Airport.
On its Facebook page, the airline said the canceled flights are due to air traffic control issues and bad weather.
The Dallas-based airline canceled more than 1,000 flights on Sunday alone, citing "operational challenges" behind the need to cancel 29% of its schedule. Those cancellations continued into Monday, with website Flight Aware reporting 348 canceled flights and an additional 271 flight delays so far.
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