Southwest Airlines grew available seat miles (ASMs) 3.3% in the second quarter, with a weak June cementing results that came in below its early-June projection of 3.5%—the latest sign that the carrier’s 2018 growth will be on the lower end of its guidance. June ASMs were up 3.2% year-over-year (YOY), while revenue passenger miles (RPMs) were up just 2.6%. Through June 30, the carrier’s RPMs were up 2.9%, while ASMs rose 2.6%.  Dallas-based Southwest started ...

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