We add CHM and Harrisburg and drop SAV...unreal.
Like the article said, Savannah has been on the route map for a long time. I remember flying Valujet soon after it's start on ATL-SAV in 1994. At least our reservations center won't shut down.
Anybody at AirTran know where ship 314 is going? Saw it with all titles/paint removed today doing a "test flight" and when I called mx control they didn't know, which was weird.
Also heard ship 772 is going back to Hawaiian! Wonder if 771 will follow?!?
I think in that case, our plan is to pay too much purchasing replacements for the airplanes we just sold.
Airtran has been successful in the past landing incentives from local airports/communities to operate flights in and out of their cities. Unfortunately for Airtran and other airlines who use this method of expanding their route network, some of these incentives are expiring and some airports who are cash-strapped due to the reduction in revenue are re-thinking this method. Spirit is losing some incentives that FLL had in place for giving airlines a break in fees if new destinations were added to/from FLL-- I'm sure this had a major impact on their bottom line too.