Southwest Airlines could be planning a competitive response to Spirit Airlines’ recent decision to add seven new routes to Mexico and Central America from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport, one analyst said in an interview. “What’s noteworthy about Spirit is that I think it is a very deliberate move to [enter the market] before Southwest has the ability to fly to Mexico and South America,” said Henry Harteveldt, co-founder of Atmosphere Research ...

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