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WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The U.S. Travel Association today announced that Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) Founder and Chairman Emeritus Herbert D.
DALLAS, Dec. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Southwest Airlines' Chairman Emeritus, Herb Kelleher, was inducted today into the Paul E. Garber First Flight Shrine in the Wright Brothers National Memorial by the First Flight Society of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
DALLAS, July 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Southwest Airlines Employees today were joined at the airlines' Dallas Maintenance Facility by Herb Kelleher, Chairman Emeritus and Founder, and Colleen Barrett, President Emeritus, to send off a U.S.
DALLAS, July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The clamoring of cowbells and a rendition of a Willie Nelson song is not what you would expect to hear in the lobby of a Fortune 500 company; but then again, Southwest Airlines is famous for doing the unexpected! Southwest Executive Colleen Barrett, who leaves her role as President effective today, was honored by Employees in Dallas with a surprise tribute to show appreciation for her years of Servant Leadership.
By Terry Maxon, The Dallas Morning News Jul. 15--The mom of Southwest Airlines Co. is about to become mom emeritus.
By Terry Maxon, The Dallas Morning News Jul. 15--The mom of Southwest Airlines Co.
By Julie Johnsson CHICAGO -- Amid the airline industry's stomach-churning plunge, Gary Kelly, chief executive of Southwest Airlines Co., is plotting a course for the next upswing in air travel.
CHICAGO _ Amid the airline industry's stomach-churning plunge, Gary Kelly, chief executive of Southwest Airlines Co., already is plotting course for the next upswing in air travel. While United and American Airlines park planes, retreat from cities and lay off employees, Southwest is flying high.
By Trebor Banstetter, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jul. 21--Herb Kelleher and Colleen Barrett will continue to collect hefty salaries from Southwest Airlines after they relinquish their executive positions, the airline disclosed in a regulatory filing Friday.
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