ATA Airlines, Inc. announced today it will maintain 65 daily flights from
Chicago-Midway in its 2005 flight schedule with expanded air service to
five major cities, including Boston, Denver, New York, Newark and
Minneapolis. “Now that our business relationship is in place with Southwest Airlines,
and with the Department of Transportation clearance for our code share,
ATA is pleased to announce our 2005 flight schedule for Midway,” said John
Happ, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Sales. “While we have reduced
our Chicago-Midway schedule somewhat, we will continue to offer our
friendly low fare service to the majority of our most popular markets as
we go forward in 2005.”
Several other destinations such as Los Angeles, Phoenix, Orlando, and Maui
can be conveniently reached via our Indy hub. Additionally, newly
inaugurated service from Gary, Indiana to Indianapolis offers a wide range
of connecting destinations from Chicago’s eastside featuring free parking.
For business travelers who are crunched for time, ATA will soon offer more
flexibility and options with their travel plans to several key markets.
ATA is offering more flights from Chicago-Midway to: * New York-LaGuardia
increases to eight daily departures beginning February 4. * Minneapolis
increases to eight daily departures beginning February 4. * Boston
increases to five daily departures beginning April 3. * Newark increases
to five daily departures beginning April 3. * Denver increases to five
daily departures beginning April 3.