AirTran's livery was primarily white, with teal on the ventral side. The sections were divided by parallel red and pink stripes, which ran horizontal at the front, and started to curve upward at the wings until they reached the top side of the plane at the back of the vertical stabilizer. The nacelles were royal blue, with "airtran.com" written in white Helvetica font. The logo version of "AirTran" was written toward the front on either side in teal above the passenger windows and the vertical stabilizer was teal with a prominent white cursive "A", just like the beginning of the logo.
Economy carrier AirTran has begun nonstop jet service between Tampa, Fla., and Key West. The AirTran flights are offered once a day on Boeing 737 aircraft. Flights are scheduled to depart from Tampa International Airport at 12:14 p.m. with arrivals at Key West International Airport at 1:19 p.m. Return flights to Tampa are scheduled to depart Key West at 12:59 p.m. and arrive in Tampa at 2:04 p.m. One-way coach fares between Key West and Tampa begin at $118 per person plus taxes and fees. AirTran also offers nonstop flights between Key West and Orlando, direct same-plane service between Key West and Atlanta and convenient connections in Orlando and Atlanta to destinations around the AirTran Airways network. For more information and to book a flight, visit www.airtran.com.
AirTran Airways, a Fortune 1000 company and one of America's largest low-fare airlines with more than 7,700 crew members, operates nearly 700 daily flights to 50 destinations. The airline's hub is at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, where it is the second largest carrier. AirTran Airways' aircraft features the fuel-efficient Boeing 737-700 and 717-200 to create America's youngest all-Boeing fleet. The airline is also the first carrier to install XM Satellite Radio on a commercial aircraft and the only airline with business class and XM Satellite Radio on every flight. For reservations or more information, please visit www.airtran.com.
Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary AirTran Airways received route authority from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) to operate new international flights between Chicago Midway International Airport and Cancun International Airport. AirTran will offer one daily nonstop flight between the two cities beginning on June 3, 2012, subject to Mexican government approval. The flights can be booked today at www.airtran.com.
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Website: www.airtran.comAirTran Airways Check-inOnline check-in is available between 24 hours and 45 minutes before the flight is scheduled to depart. Passengers checking-in luggage may check-in via the website and drop off their bags at the airport. Passengers checking-in at the airport should arrive 90 minutes before their flight is scheduled to take off.
The most immediate sale comes from AirTran (www.airtran.com/specials/sale/index.jsp). Their sale is only in effect today and tomorrow (Thursday), for travel every day except Sunday through Feb. 13. A seven-day advance purchase is required, and if you're trying to travel on a holiday weekend, don't. Fares we liked from this sale include (all fares roundtrip, before tax): 041b061a72