Southwest Airlines says it has been generating about $1 million a day in additional revenue from the first phases of its network connections with subsidiary AirTran Airways, in advance of the full connection that will start April 14. The low-cost carrier has been phasing in the network connectivity, which allows for single-ticket bookings on itineraries involving both carriers. The carriers began accepting code-share bookings for five cities Jan. 26 and for 34 more on Feb. 25. The ...
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