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AirTran introduces Charleston - Atlanta low-fare flights


February 26, 2007:

AirTran Airways, the low-fare carrier, will introduce two roundtrip non-stop flights between Charleston International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The new Charleston - Atlanta route will come into effect from may 2007 onwards.

On 7 June 2007, AirTran Airways will introduce two more roundtrip flights between Charleston international airport and Hartsfield-Jackson international airport. The Charleston - Atlanta route is one of the highest-fare routes in the US, and the introduction of Charleston -Atlanta AirTran Airways flights is sure to bring the much needed low-fare travel in the sector.

AirTran Airways will operate the Boeing 717-200 aircraft for the Charleston - Atlanta route. the aircraft will have a seating capacity of 117 passengers.

AirTran's entry to the market is a result of the online survey, "where do you want low-fare travel next", which was launched sometime back. A huge number of users opted for the Charleston - Atlanta route.

Tad Hutcheson, vice president of marketing and sales for AirTran Airways, said, "AirTran Airways is committed to offering quality service based on the feedback of our customers. When we saw an overwhelming request for service to Charleston, we felt it was a pretty easy decision to make it one of our next new destinations. We are excited to bring AirTran Airways' service to travelers here in Charleston, offering them access to low fares and high- value amenities including Business Class on every flight and free XM Satellite Radio at every seat, as well as the youngest all-Boeing fleet in America."

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