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Southwest Airlines Says Revising Flight Schedule To Remove All 737 MAX Flights Through Sept 2


Wednesday, 19 Jun 2019 

June 19 (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines Co ::SOUTHWEST AIRLINES - EXPECTS Q2 OPERATING CASM, EXCLUDING FUEL AND OIL EXPENSE AND PROFIT SHARING EXPENSE, TO INCREASE IN 11.5 TO 12.5 PERCENT RANGE.SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CO - EXPECTS ITS SECOND QUARTER 2019 YEAR-OVER-YEAR ASMS, OR CAPACITY, TO DECREASE APPROXIMATELY 3.5 PERCENT.SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CO - Q2 CAPACITY GUIDANCE REFLECTS THE IMPACT OF THE GROUNDING OF ALL 34 737 MAX 8 AIRCRAFT IN ITS FLEET THROUGH AUGUST 5.SOUTHWEST AIRLINES - REVISING ITS FLIGHT SCHEDULE TO REMOVE ALL MAX FLIGHTS THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2.SOUTHWEST AIRLINES - EXPECTS SECOND QUARTER OPERATING REVENUE PER AVAILABLE SEAT MILE TO INCREASE IN THE 6.5 TO 7.5 PERCENT RANGE.SOUTHWEST AIRLINES - CONTINUES TO EXPECT ITS SECOND QUARTER 2019 FUEL COSTS TO BE IN THE RANGE OF $2.10 TO $2.20 PER GALLON.SOUTHWEST AIRLINES - ESTIMATES SECOND QUARTER 2019 ASMS PER GALLON, OR FUEL EFFICIENCY, TO DECREASE IN THE 1 TO 2 PERCENT RANGE.SOUTHWEST AIRLINES - CONTINUED TO EXPERIENCE SOLID DEMAND AND STRONG PASSENGER YIELD TRENDS YEAR-OVER-YEAR DURING SECOND QUARTER 2019..SOUTHWEST AIRLINES - CUT Q2 ASMS PER GALLON GUIDANCE DUE TO REMOVAL OF FUEL-EFFICIENT AIRCRAFT FROM SCHEDULE AS RESULT OF GROUNDING OF 737 MAX 8. 

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