- Southwest Airlines (LUV -0.2%) got rapped on the knuckles again by the DOT for violating rules on fare advertising.
- The carrier marketed a $59 fare from Atlanta to New York, L.A., and Chicago for routes that were already sold out.
- Southwest must cough up $200K for the misdeed.
- What to watch: Industry insiders think the lush profits turned up by airliners in Q1 will increase the focus on fare manipulation and misleading advertising by regulators.
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