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Southwest cancels some flights due to Oklahoma storm
Southwest Airlines is canceling dozens of flights out of the Oklahoma City and Tulsa airports today because of the winter storm warning.
Some early morning flights will leave Will Rogers World Airport and Tulsa International Airport, but all afternoon flights have been canceled, said Southwest spokeswoman Ashley Rogers.
Passengers booked on flights today should check Southwest’s Web site at southwest.com, where information on the winter storm is posted. Passengers also can check a flight’s...
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