Southwest will try to keep flights to cities served by AirTran

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly said the carrier will try to maintain flights to smaller cities that AirTran Airways serviced after Southwest's acquisition of the airline. However, Kelly stopped short of ensuring that smaller towns won't see changes. "So we'll look at all that, and we'll make a judgment about what routes we want to change," Kelly said.

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