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This is what we know about Southwest’s flights to Brazil:The data collected by FlightRadar24 shows that there were 14 flights from Southwestern to Rio de Janeiro from January 8 to March 5, 2018.
But the company says that flight tracking data was only updated on March 7, the day of the flight.
We can’t be sure about the timing of these updates, because FlightRadars 24 doesn’t have an API for the data, so we can’t see how often the company updated its data.
The company says the flight tracking updates are the result of a partnership with Brazilian air traffic control.
“Our goal is to ensure our customers are notified of any flight updates they might need and are provided with the best possible information when that happens,” Southwest spokeswoman Stephanie Johnson said in a statement to Recode.
“In the case where there is a flight update that is not available, we provide a note that is posted in the app, in the notification that we’ve provided to our customers, and on the website.
The information will then be provided to the airlines.
Southwest is also working with the Federal Aviation Administration to ensure that our flight tracking and flight tracking information is kept up to date.”
The flights to Belize, Cuba, and Mexico were the only flights to be reported in Southwest’s Flight Tracker database.
Flightradar24 has reported that there have been 19 flights from the company to Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador since March 6, 2018, which is the same as the average flight duration.
But that flight data has not been updated in some time, as it has only been used for one week since April 4, 2018 — and was updated only on March 6.
FlightRadar 24 is also reporting that flights from Belize to Belmopan, Belize City, Belmopa, and Belmopin have not been added to its flight tracker since March 9, 2018; these flights were added to the company’s flight tracker in September.
It’s unclear whether the company is using the flight data in its flight tracking reports, or whether it is updating it with information about other flights that have not yet been reported.
We reached out to Southwest for more information about the updates, but did not hear back by the time of publication.
The flight tracking database has been a source of confusion for the airline, as there has been conflicting reports about the origin of the data collected and how it was used.
According to an article published by Recode, Southwest’s flight tracking system was built by a company called Flight Radar24, and the company claims it is “an independent and privately owned data and analytics company with the sole intent of providing real-time, independent and timely flight tracking for our customers.”
However, FlightRadAR24 has not responded to Recoding’s request for comment.
The data is supposed to be provided by a third-party company, and airlines have a right to see it.
However, the information from FlightRadara24 has been publicly available on its website for a year.