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Full interview with Southwest CEO Gary Kelly on Q1 results, demand, Boeing and more

Southwest Airlines said Thursday that leisure travel bookings continue to rise and it expects breakeven cash flow “or better” by June. The airline posted first-quarter net income of $116 million, compared with a $94 million loss a year earlier. Revenue of $2.1 billion fell nearly 52% from the year-earlier period. Southwest CEO Gary Kelly joined "Squawk on the Street" to discuss the results.
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