AirTran Airways Launch Two-Day Sale

AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:AAI), today launched a two-day sale for flights between Atlanta and all destinations with fares starting at $39. These sale fares are available for purchase on Sept. 23 and 24, 2003, and are only available at
AirTran`s two newest destinations, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, are included in this sale. Service to Washington Reagan National Airport begins October 23, and service to San Francisco International Airport begins November 12.
These special fares must be purchased by Sept. 24, 2003, and are good for travel on any day of the week, except Sunday, through December 16, 2003. Like all AirTran Airways fares, prices included in this sale are one-way tickets and do not require a roundtrip purchase or a Saturday night stay.
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 44 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 (America Online Keyword: AirTran).
All fares are one-way. All fares are non-refundable, and a $50 fee per person applies to any change made after purchase plus any applicable increase in airfare. Seven-day advance purchase required. Tickets must be purchased by September 24, 2003. Travel must be completed by December 16, 2003. Fares are only available through Fares not valid on Sunday. Service to/from Washington Reagan National begins October 23, 2003. Service to/from San Francisco begins November 12, 2003. Seats are limited, subject to availability, and may not be available on all flights. Blackout dates are as follows: November 25, 26, 29, 30 and December 1, 2003. Fares, routes, and schedules are subject to change without notice. Fares do not include per-segment tax of $3. A segment is defined as one takeoff and one landing. Airport Passenger Facility Charges of up to $18 are not included. Fares to/from Grand Bahama Island do not include U.S. and Bahamian taxes of up to $54.90. (C)AirTran Airways 2003