Southwest Airlines has committed to growth in 2010, according to a copy of its tentative contract with the Southwest Airlines Pilots Assn. (ATWOnline, March 30) obtained by The Dallas Morning News. SWA, which plans to cut capacity for the first time this year (ATWOnline, March 11), promised pilots that it will operate 535 aircraft by year end (compared to 537 at the close of 2008), 541 at the end of 2010 and 568 the following year, according to the Morning News. The deal also limits the ...

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