Airtran Starts Atl-ind & Ind-mco

NuGuy said:
Hasn't NW already has started IND-MCO, FLL, RSW (all mainline) among a host of others, with multiple frequencies per day? They current schedule shows this.

Seems like NW managed to checkmate FL in IND similar to MKE....


Yup. And in February Northwest is adding IND-MIA, IND-SRQ, and IND-PBI.
Well... ATA is largely out if IND. We'll have to AirTran (or someone else) makes a move, or if NW gets IND largely to itself. NW obviously got a head start.