This is good thinking. I find that electronic schedules, particularly in an era when so many have smart phones (or at least mobile-web-enabled ones), are much more convenient. Personally I like the United & Star Alliance electronic timetables. This might not be necessary because Southwest has an *EXCELLENT* mobile website, IMO. While on the topic of United, they also have the full timetable available as PDF, if I need that "document" feel. While I don't find system-wide timetables are practical for any day-to-day use, they are great for "window shopping." If many people complain, maybe southwest can set up some kind of mechanism to automatically create PDFs from the same schedule data and let customers print them out on their own paper.
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