Southwest will implement "radical changes" to AirTran schedules

09/12/2011 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Southwest Airlines plans to change flight schedules and routes at AirTran Airways once it fully gains control of the airline. Southwest has so far announced plans to introduce nonstop flights to Austin, Texas, and remove service to Atlantic City, N.J., and Newport News, Va., as part of its envisioned "megacity" operation for AirTran.

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