AirTran targets key business markets

18th Oct 2005

AirTran Airways announced on Monday that it will expand its network in key business markets with new daily nonstop flights from Chicago Midway Airport to Boston Logan International Airport and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, beginning December 6, 2005.The new service will include four daily nonstop flights between Chicago and Minneapolis/St. Paul, as well as three daily nonstop flights
between Chicago and Boston. All new flights will be served by the
airline’s popular Boeing 717 aircraft.
  “AirTran Airways continues to pursue opportunities to expand our network
in key business markets across the country,” said Kevin Healy, AirTran Airways
vice president of planning. “This new service connects these popular markets
with convenient schedules designed to meet the needs of the business traveler
and fare structures that will stimulate leisure demand as well. Our product
combines key business attributes—new Boeing aircraft, assigned seating,
large overhead bins and business class—with low fares that never require
roundtrip purchase or a Saturday night stay which all of our customers


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