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AirTran GO

Reaching more than 2 million passengers per month, AirTran Airways onboard magazine, GO, provides cutting-edge editorial content for one of...

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AirTran GO Magazine

Reaching more than 2 million passengers per month, AirTran Airways onboard magazine, GO, provides cutting-edge editorial content for one of...

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AirTran exits Expedia

Just after signing contracts with travel site's biggest competitors, discount airline ducks out of distribution agreement.

By October 28, 2005

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Cheap = good

Isn't it interesting that in the latest airline quality rankings the top three spots were taken by low-cost carriers? JetBlue, Southwest and AirTran ranked the best while overall the industry had its worst ratings in twenty years.

By April 8, 2008

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More AirTran flights to offer XM radio

AirTran Airways expands an existing deal with XM Satellite Radio, which will soon be available on 20 of the airliner's planes.

By February 9, 2005

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Photo: XM in the sky

AirTran Airways jets now sport the XM logo and the likeness of XM pitchman Sir Elton John.

February 9, 2005

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Satellite radio companies court travelers

If you're flying AirTran this summer, you may find a musical perk waiting in your aisle. Also: Sirius comes to W Hotels. Photo: XM in the sky

By February 9, 2005

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Airlines hit with e-mail complaints

Airplane travelers are sending angry e-mails detailing dismal customer service, shoddy baggage handling and sketchy on-time performance. According to a new survey by Cincinnati-based customer feedback center PlanetFeedback.com, 62 percent of nearly 13,000 e-mails recently sent to airlines are complaints. The rest are questions or compliments. The study found that positive efforts of a single employee, usually a flight attendant, can reduce frustrations dramatically. Southwest Airlines ranked highest among e-mailers, followed by Aloha Airlines, start-up Jet Blue and Midwest Express. Spirit, America Trans Air and AirTran Airways were lowest. Major carriers, including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Northwest Airlines and United Airlines, averaged a "C" grade among consumers.

May 8, 2001