Southwest Airlines sees the potential for “hundreds of millions of dollars” in incremental revenue when it fully integrates its domestic and international reservations systems next year. The carrier is on track to integrate the systems in 2017, although CFO Tammy Romo did not elaborate on a timeline. Speaking to analysts at the J.P. Morgan Aviation, Transportation and Industrials Conference in New York this week, Romo said additional income from the reservation system ...

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