As a frequent Southwest Customer, Francisco Delgado found answering questions and posting content on the Nuts About Southwest Blog (now known as The Southwest Airlines Community) to be therapeutic while deployed in the Persian Gulf on the USS Nimitz Aircraft Carrier. Read more to learn how he turned a passion helping others into a lifelong career at Southwest Airlines by building relationships with Customers while serving our country.
Loving people is at the Heart of Southwest Airlines, and one of the many ways we connect with communities is through our annual Medical Transportation Grant Program (MTGP). Since 2007, Southwest has supported nonprofit hospitals and medical transportation organizations by providing complimentary, roundtrip tickets for patients and their families to use when seeking medical treatment. Read more to learn more about the impactful reach this program has on families.
At Southwest, our Purpose is to connect People to what’s important in their lives and our partnership with Make-A-Wish® allows us to do just that by providing meaningful travel to Make-A-Wish families. While we continuously support this impactful organization by providing travel to wishes, we recently we had a special opportunity to be a part of Randy’s day!
Read more to learn how Southwest and Make-A-Wish granted Randy’s wish to be a Southwest Airlines Mechanic for the day at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
As we reflect on Women’s History Month, we are honored that almost one-third of our Southwest Station Leaders are women! Read more to hear the journey of Atlanta Station Manager Monique Richard who has risen through the ranks at Southwest to lead one of our largest stations.
March 20, 2016 may have been a normal Sunday to most folks, especially to those traveling through Southwest’s terminal at Nashville International Airport. However, it was the start to a fairytale love story for two of those travelers.