Source: Travel News
A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 at Houston Hobby. The airline is having some trouble containing costs. Stephen M. Keller / Southwest Airlines
Skift Take: Historically, Southwest Airlines has been all about cost control, and that has served it well. But remember, there's more to producing profit than cost containment. The airline has a lot more revenue opportunities than ever before, so it should be fine. It might be in even better shape if it had premium seats and charged for checked bags, however.
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