Southwest Airlines and United Airlines are engaged in a disagreement over Southwest's proposal to build an international terminal at William P. Hobby Airport in Houston. United is opposing Southwest's planned $75 million to $100 million project because of its $700 million investment in a new terminal at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, this feature says. Both carriers have warned city officials about abandoning their respective projects in the event of an unfavorable decision.

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