The H1N1 swine flu outbreak cost two major U.S. airlines $70 million in lost bookings as the outbreak sparked fears during the second quarter.
Houston-based Continental Airlines reported $50 million in lost revenue and Dallas-based Southwest Airlines said it lost $20 million during the quarter because of the flu. Both carriers have flights in and out of Sacramento International Airport.
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