AirTran Announces New Routes From Milwaukee, Baltimore/Washington


AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings, Inc has announced several new flights from General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. These new routes will begin October 6, and are in addition to AirTran's existing flight schedule from these cities.

In Baltimore/Washington, the airline will begin offering new routes to Indianapolis and New Orleans. The new services in Milwaukee include Indianapolis and Pittsburgh, as well as increasing service to Denver from once a day to twice daily. Seasonal service from Milwaukee to Phoenix and to Fort Lauderdale will also return on November 19.

In October, AirTran will offer 36 flights to 19 cities per day from Milwaukee and 52 flights to 21 cities from Baltimore/Washington.

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