Southwest Airlines in November will finish converting operations at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport from hub-and-spoke to point-to-point, which will result in additional daytime flights that are more appealing to business travelers, and potentially a bigger challenge to the airport’s dominant operator Delta Air Lines. The change does not mean Southwest and its AirTran Airways subsidiary will see connecting travelers disappear; the airline still expects those travelers to ...
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