Hobby Airport expansion would hurt Houston economy, United says

United Airlines published a study Thursday asserting that Southwest Airlines' planned expansion of Hobby Airport in Houston would cause the city to lose $295 million a year and 3,700 jobs. This move is the latest in an ongoing lobbying war between Southwest and United, which claims that the expansion would significantly divert traffic from Bush Intercontinental Airport, where United has its busiest hub.

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United says expanding Hobby would cost jobs, hurt economy - Houston Chronicle

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