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December 08, 2014

Southwest passenger traffic grows 6 percent in November

Southwest Airlines said its passenger traffic jumped 6 percent in November as the Dallas-based carrier increased its capacity by 4 percent.

The company added several new long-haul flights at Dallas Love Field in October and early November that boosted Southwest's capacity.

Its load factor also increased 1.5 percent when compared to November 2013.

Southwest said it expects unit revenues to have increased in the four to five percent range for the month while unit revenues will grow inn the one to percent range for the whole fourth quarter.

-Andrea Ahles


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