- May 31, 2003
- Total Time
ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AAI), today reported December and full-year 2010 traffic. The low-cost leader recorded all-time annual records for available seat miles, load factor and enplaned passengers.
Yeah, there was a definite trend by the end of 2010.
If AT recorded all-time annual records for ASM, load factor, and pax in 2010, then how does one make sense of this statement from the original article...
Southwest and AirTran combined carried 869,918 Atlanta passengers in November 2013. That's down more than 20 percent from AirTran's passenger count in November 2010, and down 30 percent from the more than 1.4 million passengers AirTran carried in November 2007.
Sounds from that piece like the pax count for AT in 2007 was higher than in 2010. I admit that doesn't make much sense. Did the article get the figures backwards?