Southwest Airlines is facing the first of what likely will become a deluge of class action lawsuits stemming from operational problems that forced it to cancel more than 15,000 flights late last month.

After winter storms grounded many Southwest planes in places such as Chicago and Denver, the airline’s outdated scheduling software struggled to match crews with planes, leaving thousands of passengers traveling around Christmas without a plane to board.

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