Southwest Airlines began operating all of its flights under its Amadeus reservation system May 9, the airline said. The Dallas-based carrier has already done most of the heavy lifting to move to the new system, but the cutover still marks a major milestone in its multiyear effort to update and simplify its booking technology. The airline will move to a single reservation system for the first time since its merger with AirTran Airways in 2011. Southwest rolled out the Amadeus system in 2014 ...

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