Southwest Airlines cancels and delays 1000s of flights. Again.

Vaxxed with the Not a Vaccine Ratschild’s Human Herd Culling Biological Weapon for the Mythical “COVID-19” “Virus” Pilots are getting blood clots, passing out, dying.

When the CEO’s of these Corporations have forced or blackmailed most of their crews into self assaulting with the Biological Weapon, and the results hit them in their face of the ramifications in law suits when planes full of paying passengers start going splat, some serious juggling and ass covering is necessary.

The scuttlebutt is some countries are advising those Vaxxed to not to fly as passengers because of the possibility of blood clots/deaths in Vaxxed passengers as well.

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‘Southwest Airlines cancels and delays 1000s of flights. Again.’

For the second time this month, Southwest Airlines again canceled and delayed thousands of flights this weekend. According to the aviation blog One Mile at a Time, 48% of Southwest’s schedule was either delayed or canceled on June 25. Flight Aware shows another another 307 flights canceled on Saturday, which amounts to 9% of all Southwest flights.

By Sunday morning, the situation appeared to be improving, with only 38 flights currently canceled (about 1% of the airline’s schedule), though that number may rise through the day, as it did yesterday.

The airline, one of the country’s largest domestic carriers, is blaming weather for the widespread service disruption, according to But while there are thunderstorms forecast for swaths of the country, including Denver, Orlando, Chicago and St. Louis, some aviation observers are skeptical that Southwest’s schedule issues are entirely the “proactive cancellations” the airline claims.

One Mile at a Time’s Ben Schlappig notes that, “When things go wrong in the airline industry there tends to be a domino effect.” But this weekend’s air travel headaches are specific to Southwest. And “(w)hile this is officially being blamed on weather,” Schlappig goes on to note, “it clearly also reflects the extent to which Southwest’s operation is being pushed to the limit right now.”

Whatever factors are leading to the delays and cancelations, Southwest customers — many of whom are flying for the first time since the start of the pandemic — are angry.


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