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About Airtran Airways

AirTran Airways was an American low-cost airline that was headquartered in Orlando, Florida then in Dallas, Texas after its acquisition by Southwest Airlines. AirTran Airways operated nearly 700 daily flights, primarily in the eastern and midwestern United States, with its principal hub at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, where it operated nearly 200 daily departures. It was fully integrated into Southwest Airlines on December 28, 2014.

AirTran Airways operated a two-class configuration featuring Business Class and Economy Class. Business Class included rows 1–3 and coach began with row 10; rows 4–9 are skipped for numbering purposes and 13 is skipped due to superstition. AirTran Airways did not participate in any major global airline alliances, but the airline had a codeshare agreement with its parent airline, Southwest Airlines.

The airline was founded in 1993 as Conquest Sun Airlines and — in the same year — launched its first service from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, which was its airport hub at the time. In 1994, the airline rebranded to AirTran Airways, which is what it's still known as today. Along with the rebrand, AirTran Airways moved its hub to Orlando International Airport (MCO), which is the airport that it used as its main base throughout its time as AirTran Airways.

In 2011, AirTran Airways was bought out by Southwest Airlines. The airline gradually stopped operating flights as AirTran Airways as the merger into Southwest began. The merger was fully complete by the end of 2014, with many of AirTran's services taken on by Southwest and others completely dropped.

 


Destinations

At the time that it merged with Southwest, AirTran Airways flew to more than 100 destinations across the US and to other parts of North America and Central America. This included destinations such as Mexico City, Punta Cana, Montego Bay, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orlando, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Wichita, Grand Rapid, St.Louis, New York City, Houston, Burlington, Seattle, Charleston and many more.

Domestic

COUNTRY CITY AIRPORT
Aruba Oranjestad Queen Beatrix Airport
Bahamas Nassau Lynden Pindling Airport
Bermuda Bermuda L.F. Wade Airport
Dominican Republic Punta Cana Punta Cana Airport
Jamaica Montego Bay Sangster Airport
Mexico Cabo San Lucas Los Cabos Airport
Mexico City Mexico City Airport
Cancún Cancún Airport
Puerto Rico San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín Airport

 

International

STATE CITY AIRPORT
Alabama Huntsville/Decatur Huntsville Airport
Arizona Phoenix Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport
California Los Angeles Los Angeles Airport
San Francisco San Francisco Airport
Santa Ana/Orange County John Wayne Airport
Colorado Denver Denver Airport
Connecticut Hartford/Springfield Bradley Airport
Florida Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport
Fort Myers Southwest Florida Airport
Jacksonville Jacksonville Airport
Palm Beach Palm Beach Airport
Pensacola Pensacola Airport
Key West Key West Airport
Miami Miami Airport
Orlando Orlando Airport
Sarasota/Bradenton Sarasota-Bradenton Airport
Tampa Tampa Airport
Georgia Atlanta Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta Airport
Illinois Bloomington Central Illinois Airport
Chicago Chicago Midway Airport
Moline Quad City Airport
Indiana Indianapolis Indianapolis Airport
Iowa Des Moines Des Moines Airport
Kansas Wichita Wichita Eisenhower National Airport
Kentucky Lexington Blue Grass Airport
Louisville Louisville Airport
Louisiana New Orleans Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport
Maine Portland Portland Jetport
Maryland Baltimore Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport
Massachusetts Boston Logan Airport
Michigan Detroit Detroit Metropolitan Wayne Airport
Flint Bishop Airport
Grand Rapids Gerald R. Ford Airport
Minnesota Minneapolis/St. Paul Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport
Missouri Branson Branson Airport
Kansas City Kansas City Airport
St. Louis Lambert-Saint Louis Airport
Nevada Las Vegas McCarran Airport
New Jersey Atlantic City Atlantic City Airport
Newark Newark Liberty Airport
New York Buffalo Buffalo Niagara Airport
Newburgh Stewart Airport
New York City LaGuardia Airport
Rochester Greater Rochester Airport
White Plains Westchester Airport
North Carolina Charlotte Charlotte/Douglas Airport
Raleigh-Durham Raleigh-Durham Airport
Asheville Asheville Airport
Ohio Akron/Canton Akron-Canton Airport
Columbus Port Columbus Airport
Dayton Dayton Airport
Oklahoma Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport
Pennsylvania Allentown Lehigh Valley Airport
Harrisburg Harrisburg Airport
Philadelphia Philadelphia Airport
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Airport
Tennessee Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport
Memphis Memphis Airport
Texas Dallas/Fort Worth Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
Austin Austin Bergstrom Airport
Houston William P. Hobby Airport
San Antonio San Antonio Airport
Vermont Burlington Burlington Airport
Virginia Newport News Newport News/Williamsburg Airport
Norfolk Norfolk Airport
Richmond Richmond Airport
Washington D.C. Ronald Reagan Washington Airport
Washington D.C. Washington Dulles Airport
West Virginia Charleston Yeager Airport
Washington Seattle Seattle-Tacoma Airport
Wisconsin Milwaukee General Mitchell Airport

 


Fleet

AirTran's fleet consisted of Boeing 717-200 aircraft, of which it was the world's largest operator and Boeing 737-700 aircraft.

 


What Happened to ValuJet?

ValuJet was an airline that was established in 1993. ValuJet offered many domestic services across the US from its base in Georgia, as well as some international routes to Canada. After some difficult years of operations, the airline was grounded for a few months, before it returned with a smaller fleet and smaller route network. In 1997, the airline's parent holding company acquired AirTran Airways. One of the first courses of action that the company took was to merge ValuJet and AirTran Airways operations. AirTran Airways continued as the surviving brand and, therefore, the ValuJet name stopped being used with the merger.

 


Hub Airport

Orlando International Airport

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the main international airport in Orlando, Florida and was the hub airport for AirTran Airways. The airline used Orlando International as its main hub for the whole time that flew under the AirTran Airways name. It previously used Fort Lauderdale as its hub and, when it merged with Southwest, began using Dallas/Fort Worth as its hub. Orlando International has four runways, two terminal buildings and handles over 50 million passengers each year. AirTran also had secondary hubs at Atlanta, Baltimore and Milwaukee. 

 


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