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Thursday, August 28, 2008

New lost cost air service out of Columbus Ohio

In today’s airline environment of flight schedule reductions, increased fees and surcharges some good news was recently shared by AirTran Airways. The low cost carrier recently announced plans to begin service from Columbus, Ohio on November 6th. The carrier will offer nonstop daily flights between Columbus, Ohio, and Atlanta, Orlando and Ft. Myers. Passengers can also connect to 37 AirTran Airways destinations through their Atlanta hub.

According to their news release: “AirTran Airways is thrilled to be offering our unparalleled service out of the Columbus Ohio market,” said Kevin Healy, senior vice president of marketing and sales for AirTran Airways. “We are confident that our passengers will enjoy traveling to/from such fantastic destinations. Business travelers will appreciate our full-sized Boeing jets with Business Class seating available on every flight while leisure travelers will love our low-fares and friendly service.”

For reservations contact your local travel agent or
AirTran.com.