Houston OKs Southwest's $100M Hobby Airport Expansion

Law360, New York (May 30, 2012, 4:06 PM EDT) -- The Houston City Council on Wednesday approved Southwest Airlines Co.'s $100 million proposal to expand the city's William P. Hobby Airport, which will allow the airline to add international flights to Latin America and better compete with rival United Airlines.

In a 16-1 vote, the council signed off on a memorandum of agreement that gives Southwest the green light to add five new gates and a new Federal Inspection Services facility to the airport, which currently handles only domestic flights. Council members in favor of the...
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