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Southwest fined $200,000 over airfare sales

Southwest Airlines Co. agreed to a $200,000 fine for running fare sales this year but not having enough seats — or in one case, not having any seats at all — at the advertised price. Full story

Landing gear maker says hasn't been asked to join Southwest probe

(Reuters) - The United Technologies unit that makes landing gear said on Friday it had not been asked to participate in a U.S. investigation into Monday's crash of a Southwest Airlines jet at New York's LaGuardia Airport. Full story

Southwest shares lag stocks of other airlines

Shares of Southwest slipped while other airlines gained Friday after federal investigators said a Southwest jet that skidded off a runway this week landed nose-down — a violation of the airline's own procedures. Raymond James also downgraded Southwest's stock. Full story

Movers roundup: Halliburton, Tesla

Among the stock activity stories for Friday, July 26, from AP Business News: Full story

NTSB: Southwest jet's nose gear landed 1st in NY

A Southwest Airlines jet that made a hard landing at LaGuardia Airport touched down on its front nose wheel before the sturdier main landing gear in back touched down, federal investigators said Thursday. Full story

A few ex-AirTran cities underperform for Southwest

When Southwest Airlines Co. paid $1.4 billion for AirTran Airways back in 2011, the company took on some markets where its name wasn't as familiar to travelers. Full story

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NTSB: Southwest nose gear 'collapsed rearward'

Will Southwest Earnings Keep Flying High?

U.S. probes Southwest Air's LaGuardia landing

Earnings Preview: Southwest to post 2Q results

Landing gear on Southwest jet collapses at LaGuardia Airport, 8 injured

Traffic up, revenue metric down at Southwest

Dish, Southwest to offer free in-flight live TV

Washington: The Key Battleground of the American-US Airways Merger

Southwest flights delayed, canceled after computer glitch

Southwest Air sees key revenue measure weakening in second quarter

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  Squawk Box Southwest Earnings

Gary Kelly, chairman, president & CEO, Southwest Airlines, discusses the company's earnings and revenues, which were in line with the Street's expectations. Passenger traffic is at record levels in spite of economic headwinds, he says.

  Southwest Plane has rough landing at LGA

No serious injuries have been reported so far after a Southwest Airlines jet's nose gear collapsed as it landed at LaGuardia Airport, with CNBC's Larry Kudlow.

  Debate It!: Bull vs Bear on LUV

Fast Money traders Stephanie Link and Mike Murphy debate whether Southwest Airlines is losing altitude.

  You Asked for It Trades

The FMHR traders reveal their plays on the top stocks lighting up the Twitterfeed, including Verizon, Merck, Lockheed Martin, and Southwest Airlines.

  Still 'Luv'n' the Skies?

Gary Kelly, Chairman, President & CEO of Southwest Airlines, breaks down his company's fourth quarter earnings, and discusses LUV's pre-boarding plan.

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Several Souhtwest Airlines planes are lined up at the Lambert - St. Louis International Airport in this file photo
Several Souhtwest Airlines planes are lined up at the Lambert - St. Louis International Airport in this file photo

Several Souhtwest Airlines planes are lined up at Terminal two at the Lambert - St. Louis International Airport, in St. Louis, Missouri, in this file photo from March 4, 2013.Southwest Airlines Co said on July 25, 2013 that quarterly profit edged down as costs increased. REUTERS/Tom Gannam /Files (

(from hot note, no story as of 6:27) Southwest Airlines flight 345, a Boeing 737 from Nashville had a nose gear issue upon landing on runway 4 at Laguardia. The passengers are still on board. No injuries reported. The Fire department is foaming the area because of a chemical leak. Photo Credit:Ja

Handout shows a Southwest Airlines plane sitting on the tarmac, after landing without its nose gear, at LaGuardia airport in New York
Handout shows a Southwest Airlines plane sitting on the tarmac, after landing without its nose gear, at LaGuardia airport in New York
Handout shows a Southwest Airlines plane sitting on the tarmac, after landing without its nose gear, at LaGuardia airport in New York

A Southwest Airlines plane sits on the tarmac as passengers disembark at LaGuardia airport in New York, July 22, 2013, in this photo courtesy of @mattjfriedman and Frank Ferramosca. REUTERS/@mattjfriedman and Frank Ferramosca/Handout via Reuters