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Posted October 29, 2018 08:29:38 This morning, the Southwest Airlines flight map went into overdrive.
The airline, the airline, and its flight crew, who were tasked with providing the safest travel experience possible, have had to spend much of the past week in a state of emergency due to the coronavirus.
With the outbreak spreading to more than 90 countries, airlines across the globe have been forced to scramble to stay ahead of the disease.
This is a big problem for Southwest Airlines, which is trying to remain focused on its customers and the people who fly through its gates.
It’s not uncommon for airlines to make this sort of adjustment during a pandemic.
But this is unprecedented, and in a world that is constantly re-learning the ways we use our smartphones and the internet, it has been downright scary.
For starters, the flight map that has been on sale for the past month or so has been filled with the virus’s new icon, and has been littered with “coronavirus” and other terms that may not make sense.
And, of course, there are also several flights on the map that have not yet been cancelled, meaning the flight is still going.
A spokesperson for Southwest told Business Insider that the airline is “still making good progress” and is working with partners to make the maps even more safe.
When I checked into my first Southwest flight today, I was shocked to see that the map on the seat next to me didn’t show the virus icon.
“This is very concerning to us because we have to be very, very careful with this type of thing,” Southwest flight attendant Krista Gresham told BusinessInsider.
In the meantime, the company is working to add the flight icon, but is also working to make sure people do not miss flights.
Here are the updated flight maps that have been available in the past few days:In the past, Southwest has been a leader in using a map to make travel more enjoyable for its customers.
However, as the pandemic has spread, Southwest’s efforts to keep people safe has been strained.
Some passengers have been complaining about the map’s lack of detail, and others have complained about not being able to see where they are on the screen, or how many seats are available.
I have no idea how long this will take, but it will be interesting to see how the company responds to this new issue.