Southwest Airlines executives said they do not believe it is yet appropriate to resume television advertising in the aftermath of the April 17 Boeing 737-700 engine failure that resulted in a passenger fatality, conceding this may slow the carrier’s business recovery from a noticeable softening in bookings following the incident. “We are continuing to see some weakness in our bookings and we’re currently running below our pre-accident run rate,” CFO Tammy Romo told ...

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