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(NYT44) PHILADELPHIA -- July 15, 2004 -- SOUTHWEST-EARNINGS -- Southwest Airlines co-founder and chairman Herb Kelleher dons a Mummers hat to join in the festivities to celebrate the carrier's arrival into Philadelphia on May 10, 2004. James F. Parker unexpectedly resigned on Thursday, July 15, 2004, as chief executive of Southwest Airlines, the largest low-fare carrier in the country. The airline said Gary C. Kelly, its chief financial officer, would replace Parker. With Southwest's announcement, which stunned the industry, six of the seven largest airlines in the United States have now changed chief executives, or announced plans to do so, since the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. (Rick McMullin/Philadelphia International Airport/The New York Times)

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