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South West Airlines flight tracker gives you access to thousands of flights to and from destinations across the United States.

But the flight nurse who runs it has been accused of sexual assault by one of its staff members, The Australian reported on Thursday.

The employee, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the woman told him she was the first person he had ever worked with and that she had an ongoing sexual relationship with him.

He said she was in her early twenties and the woman was in their early 20s.

She was then aged 18 to 22 and they were both married.

“She was in a relationship with another flight nurse, who I know for a fact is a flight nurse at Southwest Airlines,” he said.

It’s an incredibly disturbing allegation, and one that’s just not acceptable at Southwest.

“The woman told Mr Turnbull she was being paid by Southwest to monitor flights, he said, and they had been discussing the situation for years.

Southwest confirmed to the ABC that it had fired the employee.

A spokesperson said: “We can confirm that Southwest Airlines has terminated the employment of a flight Nurse on Friday, June 14, 2017.

This was the result of an investigation and the employee has been terminated.

“Southwestern’s flight nurse has been named as Ashley A.C. Moore.

She was employed by the airline from January 2017 to February 2018.

Southwest said in a statement: “Southwest Airlines does not tolerate harassment of flight nurses.

We will work closely with the airline to ensure this does not happen again.

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We are confident that our flight nurses have not engaged in inappropriate behavior and that the actions of the individual who spoke with us about the matter were taken in the best interest of the safety and well-being of all Southwest employees,” it read.

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