Southwest Airlines' announcement that it plans to serve Washington Dulles International (ATWOnline, April 5), an airport it rejected last fall as being too expensive, signals that "all major domestic airports are fair game," wrote Merrill Lynch analyst Michael Linenberg in a research note Friday. Earlier this year, Southwest began service at Denver International Airport, historically viewed as being among the most expensive in the US. According to Linenberg, the demise of Independence Air, ...

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