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The focus of the case is on whether Southwest Airlines should buy gates and slots to initiate service to New York's LaGuardia airport. Southwest Airlines Possible Solution-HBR case. Uploaded by kowshik yakkala. Related Interests EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Southwest Airlines entered the airlines market and within a few years was known amongst the market leaders by following a low cost differentiation strategy.
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