NBC 5 Investigates has learned passengers on four Southwest Airlines flights in Texas may have been exposed to measles in the last 16 days. Southwest Airlines confirmed passengers on two flights in and out of Dallas Love Field are among those who may have been exposed and that they are working with the

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to notify passengers who were on the flights. The CDC typically notifies passengers within two rows of an infected person, but with Southwest’s open seating policy it’s hard to know who sat where so everyone on the flights will be notified. A passenger later diagnosed with measles flew on the following flights: READ MORE