. The “EarlyBird Check-In” service allowed guests to purchase a better spot in line for a fee, ensuring better access to overhead bin storage. The limit is in response to the number of passengers that had purchased the service, leading to longer boarding lines and delays. Southwest Airlines will still offer the service, although at a limited capacity. Those who purchased the service prior to the cap should still be able to use it on their next flight.
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