Southwest Scraps Inflight Refreshments Due To Virus Concerns

Southwest Airlines is taking measures to continue to limit interactions and potential for virus transmission aboard its flights. For now, starting on March 25th, Southwest is suspending all inflight service.

Inflight service suspension onboard Southwest

Starting on March 25th, Southwest announced that it will end all inflight service. This includes the suspension of beverage and snack services. The reason for this is the COVID-19 outbreak. Through these measures, Southwest will be able to limit the number of interactions with flight attendants and passengers thereby reducing opportunities for transmission.

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