Southwest To Resume Booze Sales After Two Year Halt

USA Today reports:

Southwest Airlines will resume the sale of alcoholic beverages on Feb. 16 after a nearly two-year absence due to COVID concerns. The move will leave American Airlines as the only major U.S. airline still not serving alcohol in economy.

The airline planned to resume inflight cocktails, beer and wine in June 2021 but scrapped those plans after a high-profile incident on a Southwest flight from Sacramento to San Diego in which an altercation between a passenger and a flight attendant sent the flight attendant to the hospital.

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