A search on Google for “southwest flight tracking” returns the same results as “southwestern cancelled flight”, but it does not mention Thailand.
If you’re looking for flights to Thailand, Google will return the results for a flight from Brisbane to Bangkok.
Searching on Google returns results for flights from Canberra to Bangkok, but it doesn’t show the flights.
There’s no indication on the search results whether a flight to Bangkok is in the same area.
In Thailand, the search for flights will also return the same flight information as the search from Google Australia.
Google Australia has been contacted for comment.
Southwest is offering to cancel all flights to Bangkok by Friday, June 5.
Flight tracking website Flightradar24.com reported that Southwest will offer a refund of $7.80 to those who cancel their flight.
The airline is also offering an online reservation to replace a Southwest flight booked on June 4, according to Flightradara24.
If you’re planning a trip to Thailand or the Pacific Ocean this week, you can book a flight through Southwest or Booking.com.au.
A similar offer was made by Australia’s largest airline, Qantas.
Airline and flight information service FlightRadar24 has also provided an update on its website.
For more details, see: http://airline.com/flight-tracking/southwest-cancels-all-airline-flights-to-thailand/