Southwest considers adding service to third major airport

12/19/2008 | USA Today

Southwest Airlines, already planning to add service next year to Minneapolis-St. Paul and New York LaGuardia, is now mulling a third major market for 2009, according to CEO Gary Kelly. As Southwest cuts flights to some of its traditional, smaller airports, the airline will "continue to grow customers and to grow routes while adjusting to the realities of the world," Kelly said. "We serve big markets, and we will continue to look for that."

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