A small California city that was overrun by visitors four years ago when heavy winter rains produced a spring “super bloom” of wild poppies has a message for the public after this year’s deluge: Do not come. You could be arrested.
The lawsuit alleges that regardless of weather conditions, Southwest "knew or should have known it could not perform due to woefully inadequate staffing."
Southwest is struggling to recover after being overwhelmed by a winter storm that left hundreds of pilots and flight attendants stranded out of position to operate flights.
The Sprinter serves as the backbone of NCTD's transit system, linking riders to the Breeze bus service and Coaster commuter rail.
Dozens of flights have been canceled or delayed since Friday. Some families slept on air mattresses as they waited for a flight home.
Officials with the U.S. Department of Transportation issued a statement in response to Southwest's cancellations, noting that the department will be looking into the situation.
Peak screening hours at airport checkpoints are 5-7 a.m. and 4-6 p.m. With holiday delays, passengers could see extended wait times of up to an hour.
San Diego International Airport is the crossroads for travelers coming and going this holiday weekend.
Those staying in San Diego will be rewarded with summer-like weather through the weekend.
Boeing built its last-ever 747 in December. It's the end of an aviation era that began with Pan Am's first commercial flight of the jumbo jet in 1970.
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