Major storms throughout the U.S. are taking their toll on air carriers. Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines have revised their third-quarter guidance in light of a competitive pricing environment and the effects of Hurricane Harvey on Texas. Southwest revised its guidance mainly due to the “current industry revenue environment,” Chief Financial Officer Tammy Romo told investors on Sept. 6 at the Cowen & Co. Global Transportation Conference in Boston. The ...

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