AirTran Airways ceased operations on December 28, 2014. The airline was acquired by Southwest Airlines. AirTran was an American low-cost airline, having its headquarters at Orlando in Florida. With a fleet of 140 aircraft, AirTran Airways flights flew to 69 destinations. The airline had its hubs at Atlanta, Baltimore, Milwaukee, and Orlando, and its frequent flyer program was called A+ Rewards.
Passengers bought AirTran Airways tickets to fly to destinations including Atlanta, Orlando, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Fort Myers, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, Washington D.C., Pittsburgh, and Akron-Canton. AirTran had codeshare agreements with its parent airline Southwest Airlines.
AirTran Airways fleet comprises 140 aircraft, which included - (88) Boeing 717-200. and (52) Boeing 737-700.
AirTran Classes of Service
For the passengers who made AirTran Airways reservations, the airline offered two cabin classes, which included - Business Class, and Economy Class.