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Southwest Airlines Co (LUV.N)

LUV.N on New York Stock Exchange

61.92USD
23 Jun 2017
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Thu, May 18 2017

BRIEF-Southwest Airlines says to offer new international flights from St. Lauderdale and St. Louis

* To offer new international flights from St. Lauderdale, Nashville, and St. Louis beginning November 2017 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Southwest Airlines authorizes $2 bln share repurchase program,increases dividend by 25 pct

* Says increased company's quarterly dividend by 25 percent and authorized a new $2.0 billion share repurchase program

BRIEF-Berkshire Hathaway ups share stake in American Airlines, Southwest Airlines

* Berkshire Hathaway Inc ups share stake in American Airlines Group by 8.2 percent to 49.3 million shares

Berkshire Hathaway adds to American, Southwest Airlines bets; sheds Fox

NEW YORK, May 15 Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc on Monday said it added to its sizable investments in American Airlines Group Inc and Southwest Airlines Co, and shed its stake in Twenty-First Century Fox Inc.

BRIEF-Southwest Airlines completes transition to Amadeus Altéa

* Southwest Airlines says completes transition to Amadeus Altéa

BRIEF-Southwest Airlines reports April traffic

* Southwest Airlines Co - company flew 11.2 billion revenue passenger miles (RPMS) in April 2017, an increase of 8.4 percent from 10.4 billion RPMS flown in april 2016

Southwest Airlines profit misses estimates as costs rise

Southwest Airlines Co reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly profit, hit by higher operating expenses and a decline in average fares.

UPDATE 2-Southwest Airlines profit misses estimates as costs rise

* Shares fall as much as 4.3 pct (Adds details, analyst comments, updates shares)

Southwest profit falls 31.6 pct

April 27 Southwest Airlines Co reported a 31.6 percent fall in quarterly profit on Thursday as operating expenses rose and average fares fell.

Federal judge grants Southwest's bid to move union dispute to Texas

A federal judge has granted Southwest Airlines Co’s request to transfer a lawsuit it faces stemming from contentious negotiations with the union representing its mechanics from Arizona to Texas, where the airline is litigating a separate suit against the union.

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