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American, Southwest say demand helping competitors while 737 MAX sits parked

Reuters Thursday, 23 January 2020
American, Southwest say demand helping competitors while 737 MAX sits parkedHealthy travel demand is cushioning results for American Airlines Group Inc and Southwest Airlines Co , the two said on Thursday, while warning they are losing customers as their Boeing 737 MAX jets remain parked in a global grounding.
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Healthy travel demand helped cushion quarterly results at American Airlines and Southwest even though the Boeing 737 MAX grounding weighed on costs and profits. Fred Katayama reports.

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