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June 28, 2007
Southwest cuts some Providence-Philly flights
PHILADELPHIA -- Southwest Airlines is trimming service between Providence and Philadelphia as part of a broader move to cut some routes nationwide.
Southwest plans to trim service between Providence and Philadelphia from six to five daily round-trips.
Also, Southwest will stop flying direct flights from Philadelphia to California this fall, at least temporarily.
Nationally, the airline plans to cut 39 round-trips and add 45.
The discount carrier is wrestling with high fuel costs and a slow economy.
-- The Associated Press
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