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At Southwest, a Small Loss is a Big Win

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Speaking of Southwest Airlines ...

The Love Field-based carrier reported this morning a $16-million third-quarter loss, which, given the current state of the aviation industry, Southwest is treating like a big victory. Hence, CEO and president Gary Kelly sunny(ish) disposition on Fox Business this morning. And a Friend of Unfair Park alerts us to this video from Air New Zealand, in which its crew is challenging Southwest to a ... um ... naked musical safety training video? Hard to say.

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