NEW CITIES ??

N786P

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I heard rumors that Air Tran is looking at adding some additional cities in 2003, most in mid-atlantic and south, any imformation? Thanks.
 

citrusflyer

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Aug 30, 2002
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ATL-DEN is already on the list for this year, service begins May 21. I'd fully expect more than a few new cities this year, with added frequency between existing city pairs. As for the mid-atlantic or south that may happen......but I think the operative phrase in Orlando is "Go West".......
 

dfw79

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Aug 20, 2002
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Any new cities seem to be really tight lipped right now. GRR and DTW have been brought up. Have also been told that plans are being worked on to re-establish service to TOL - HQ for AirPath Wireless...FL's internet/IT partner - through the use of CRJs. AirPath folks are usually told in advance of new cities - however DEN was an exception. If I hear anything...will let you know - if appropriate.
 

JS

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On 1/21/2003 5:34:18 AM coolflyingfool wrote:

I would love to see Airtran in LAS. I know that the 717 cannot go LAS-ATL non-stop, but maybe a continuation of the DEN run. I hope because I am tired of Delta.
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America West flies LAS-ATL non-stop. If you're willing to make a stop, you can take just about any airline.
 

coolflyingfool

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I know that AWA is an option, but I am not using them right now. My last flight on them cancelled, which happens, and they said they could reroute me, and I said okay. My new route went from LAS-SNA, change planes and get back on that same plane. Then I go from SNA-PHX and change planes again. And then I get on a later non-stop PHX-BOS, which was delayed. I arrived in BOS almost 4 1/2 hours after the original time.
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