Herb Kelleher,Co-founder of iconic low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines died
Herb Kelleher, the
co-founder of iconic low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines died on 3 January 2019 at the age of 87.
Kelleher set up Southwest with Rollin King, with the airline
making its first flight in June 1971.
Dallas-based Southwest is known for its
quirky culture, closely connected with Kelleher’s maverick image, as well as
its fast growth from a regional carrier into one of the biggest in the United
Southwest succeeded by a strategy of offering low fares to
its passengers, eliminating unnecessary services, and avoiding the typical