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July 14, 2010 09:01 ET

Find Out More About Southwest Airlines Before the New Round of Earnings Next Week

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - July 14, 2010) -  www.RothmanResearch.com analyzes the recovery process and buoyancy taking over the Airline Industry with comprehensive research on low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines Co. Sign up now on www.rothmanresearch.com if you are a shareholder of Southwest Airlines Co. to access the free report on this company.

Looking back at those past three years, it becomes close to impossible to believe that the Airline Stocks could ever hope to dwell in positive territories again. The industry has had to constantly put up with an uphill battle due to soaring fuel prices, which truth be told is still a little bit of a problem for the industry as a whole. Fuel is one of the biggest overheads for airliners and one that got many companies in this space bankrupted or on the brink of bankruptcy a few years back. The latest data from the Department of Transportation released this week reported that domestic airliners recorded a surge of 7% in their overall fuel costs for the month of May that is a total of $3.43 billion spent on fuel. However, even with the growing fuel costs news, June 2010 traffic results have been very positive for the industry indicating an uptrend in business travel and international traffic. Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) has shown the most impressive improvement in the last month with traffic scaling up by 5% as compared to June 2009. www.rothmanresearch.com provides technical analysis and free downloadable research reports on Southwest Airlines Co. by signing up now at

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A number of other airlines have also announced positive traffic results, even if none were able to beat Southwest Airlines. What is more, encouraging earnings buzz from airliners have already sent stocks hovering in bullish territories with reports that second quarter net income could be close to $1.7 billion for nine of the largest U.S. airline companies. With Delta Airlines opening the earning rounds early next week, this could be a historic quarter for the industry, which is desperately in need of some kind of psychological boost after almost three years of descent to agony. Southwest Airlines is expected to release its earnings at the end of this month.

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On a global scale, the airline industry has seen it all; record fuel cost surge, financial crisis, recession, natural calamities, disease outbreak and terrorism. However, it would seem that the industry is now making great progress after seeing some major consolidation and restructuring.

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