Southwest sees diminishing role for Boeing 717s

Southwest Airlines sees the role of its Boeing 717s, of which it acquired 88 through its takeover of AirTran, diminishing as the markets the planes serve become less viable. Southwest CEO Gary Kelly told participants at an industry conference that the 717 does not "bring any unique benefit that Southwest cannot get with the 737."

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