Airtran Southwest Airlines

November 15, 2011 by staff 

Airtran Southwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines is adding new routes for Southwest and its AirTran subsidiary and has announced more cities where it will remove AirTran service.

The new service, which will begin in May, doesn’t include any new nonstop flights to and from McCarran International Airport. But because Southwest is McCarran’s busiest carrier and AirTran has some flights here, it means travelers will have new options to reach some destinations.

Southwest and AirTran are in the process of integrating their systems following Southwest’s acquisition of AirTran earlier this year.

The airlines began selling tickets on their websites Monday. Beginning May 24, AirTran will offer nonstop flights between Fort Lauderdale and San Juan, Puerto Rico, and starting June 3, it will begin new service between Denver and Akron-Canton and Dayton, Ohio, and New York’s LaGuardia Airport.

Because the systems aren’t yet integrated, it means travelers still can’t purchase tickets, for example, from Las Vegas to Dayton via Denver. The AirTran website only offers a routing from Las Vegas to Dayton through Atlanta.

AirTran also added routes between Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Los Angeles, New Orleans, Seattle and San Francisco.

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