Lingering booking sluggishness linked to the partial US government shutdown means Southwest Airlines will miss out on an estimated $50-$60 million in first-quarter revenue, much higher than previously estimated, the Dallas-based carrier said Feb. 20. The lingering headwinds means Southwest's revised first-quarter unit revenue growth projection is now 3%-4%, down a full point from its January guidance. “The company previously communicated an estimated negative revenue ...

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