United objects to international flights at Hobby Airport

04/5/2012 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

United Airlines objects to a plan by Southwest Airlines to start international flights at Houston's Hobby Airport. Officials from United warned the plan would force the carrier to cut jobs and reduce flights at George Bush Intercontinental Airport. "The fact is, the local market isn't big enough," said Greg Hart, United's network senior vice president.

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