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On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Thu Jan 19, 2006 9:44 am

would any of them be used on the DC area airports to ATL? (DCA, BWI, IAD)
 
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Thu Jan 19, 2006 9:46 am

Many cities see the 73G's....BWI,MDW,LGA,PHL,MCO,FLL,TPA,LAS,SFO,DEN, and a few others.

73G service to SEA starts in May!
 
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Thu Jan 19, 2006 9:50 am

ATL-LAX for sure and I think PHL-PBI(If its around still) as well as ATL-LAS/DEN/SFO
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Thu Jan 19, 2006 9:51 am

ATL-FLL, MCO, TPA, SRQ, BWI, PHL, LGA, BOS, MDW, DFW, DEN, LAS, LAX, SFO.

DFW-LAS, MCO.

LAS-FNT, CAK.

LGA-CAK.

MDW-SRQ, MCO.

MCO-PHL, BWI.

FLL-PHL, BWI.

BOS-SRQ.

Many charters.

Probably missed a few.
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Thu Jan 19, 2006 10:02 am

Doesn't look like PHL-PBI, RSW will be coming back this year. At least it hasn't been announced/loaded yet. I guess WN ran them out of the two routes
 
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Thu Jan 19, 2006 10:27 am

Quoting Gr8SlvrFlt (Reply 3):
LAS-FNT, CAK.

LGA-CAK.

Thats good Ive seen they've grown enough to be able to support 73G flights from there. How are the loads on those to flights right there?
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Fri Jan 20, 2006 2:21 am

RSW-CAK is seasonal, but on the 737 as well. Probably has more to do with positioning than it does loads.
 
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:36 am

Quoting MSYtristar (Reply 1):
I think PHL-PBI(If its around still)

As far as FL 73Gs (as opposed to just FL service in general) are concerned; I don't think FL flew it on the PHL-PBI route. If I'm not mistaken, the only 73G routes out of PHL are MCO, FLL, and maybe one or two of its ATL routes. Most of FL's action out of PHL is still the 717.

Quoting Usairways85 (Reply 4):
Doesn't look like PHL-PBI, RSW will be coming back this year. At least it hasn't been announced/loaded yet. I guess WN ran them out of the two routes

Again, even when FL offered those routes; I don't believe that they used the 73Gs on them.
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Fri Jan 20, 2006 12:53 pm

Quoting TOLtommy (Reply 6):
RSW-CAK is seasonal, but on the 737 as well.

Negatory. The route is seasonal, however it operates with a 717.

In addition to the above list, MIA will start to see the 73G next month. Other new 73G routes will include MCO-FNT, ATL-FNT, and PHL-BOS.
 
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Fri Jan 20, 2006 2:12 pm

ATL-SEA will be a 73G when it starts in May.
 
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RE: On What Routes Does AirTran Use Their 737's?

Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:15 pm

Quoting 73G (Reply 8):
Other new 73G routes will include MCO-FNT, ATL-FNT, and PHL-BOS.

Are you serious? MCO-FNT will upgrade to the 73G? As far as ATL-FNT, if I remember correctly I could swear I saw one flight as a 73G in the evening hours...the rest were 717's though.

Any way you can confirm this? This would be pretty sweet if its true...
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