AirTran New Service for Boston

2003—AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:AAI), today announced the airline will add more flights between Boston`s Logan Airport and both Philadelphia International Airport and Baltimore/Washington International Airport in November.
“We are continuing to grow our Boston operations as passenger demand increases,” stated Kevin P. Healy, AirTran Airways vice president of planning and sales. “With this new service, we will offer 15 daily nonstop flights from Boston to Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington and Philadelphia. Travelers from throughout New England will now have additional, low fare options to get them to their destinations across the country.”
AirTran Airways is one of America`s largest low-fare airlines - employing more than 5,600 professional Crew Members and operating 492 flights a day to 45 destinations. The airline`s hub is at Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport, the world`s busiest airport by passenger volume, where it is the second largest carrier operating 189 flights per day. AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings (NYSE:AAI), is the world`s largest operator of the Boeing 717 and has the youngest all-Boeing fleet of any airline. In 2004, the airline will begin taking delivery of new Boeing 737-700s. For reservations or more information, visit airtran.com (America Online Keyword: AirTran).

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