AirTran cuts capacity and shrinks Atlanta hub

07/30/2008 | TheStreet.com · Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

After posting a $13.5 million loss for the second quarter, AirTran is scaling back growth plans and shrinking service to its Atlanta hub. The low-cost carrier plans to cut capacity by 7%-8% this year, and 4%-8% in 2009. The airline has offered significant discounts on fares in Atlanta to compete with Delta, but now will concentrate on other markets and cut 15-25 flights from Atlanta.

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