AirTran warns it, too, could shift flights from Atlanta

01/21/2009 | Google

The Associated Press reports that discount carrier AirTran Airways is joining Delta Air Lines in threatening to shift some hub operations if costs increase sharply at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Between them, the two airlines generate about 93% of the traffic at the world's busiest airport, which is seeking new financing for a $1.6 billion terminal after a $600 million bond issue was canceled.

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