Southwest Airlines Chief Executive Gary Kelly is confident the “very good revenue momentum” that produced a record third-quarter profit will continue into 2014, a year that should not see any capacity growth for the carrier. During a third-quarter earnings call on Oct. 24, CFO Tammy Romo also said the momentum—which increased Southwest’s yield 6.8% to 15.94 cents—also benefitted from increased demand from business passengers. These bookings, according to Romo, accounted for 35% of sales ...


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