United Airlines' fierce opposition to a Southwest Airlines proposal to start “near-international” service from Houston's Hobby Airport might suggest a larger issue: the potential for a glut of services from the U.S. to the Caribbean and Latin America that could force some players to pull out or reduce their services in the lucrative markets. Flying to these near-international hot spots has become increasingly appealing to U.S. low-cost carriers. For example, growth in Caribbean and ...
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