Southwest Airlines / airTran Nov 2013 Operation Changes

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Southwest Airlines and airTran has outlined planned operation changes from 03NOV13, which includes the following.

New airTran routes:
Atlanta – Hartford 3 daily
Atlanta – Oklahoma City 2 daily

New Southwest routes:
Austin – New Orleans 1 daily
Houston Hobby – Memphis 1 daily
Houston Hobby – Pensacola 1 daily
Tampa – Memphis 1 daily

airTran to Cancel following routes:
Atlanta – Buffalo
Atlanta – Memphis
Atlanta – Pensacola

Southwest to Cancel following routes:
Denver – Manchester NH
Denver – Providence

airTran to replace Southwest on following markets:
Atlanta – Norfolk 3 daily
Chicago Midway – Oklahoma City2 daily
Houston Hobby – Indianapolis 2 daily
Houston Hobby – Kansas City 2 daily
Jacksonville FL – Norfolk 1 daily
Kansas City – New Orleans 1 daily
Milwaukee – New Orleans 1 daily

Southwest to replace airTran on following markets:
Atlanta – San Juan 1 daily
Ft. Lauderdale – Philadelphia 2 daily
Ft. Lauderdale – Pittsburgh 1 daily
Ft. Myers – Milwaukee 2 daily
Ft. Myers – Pittsburgh 1 daily
Orlando – Dayton 1 daily
Orlando – Richmond 1 daily

Southwest will join airTran on operating following routes:
Atlanta – New York La Guardia 1 of 6 daily operated by Southwest
Atlanta – West Palm Beach 1 of 3 daily
Atlanta – St. Louis 1 of 4 daily

airTran will join Southwest on operating following routes:
Atlanta – Louisville 2 of 3 daily operated by airTran
Baltimore – Kansas City 1 of 3 daily
Ft. Lauderdale – Jacksonville FL 1 of 3 daily
Tampa – Columbus OH 1 of 2 daily

Current airTran and Southwest combined operation will shift to Southwest only:
Chicago Midway – Ft. Lauderdale 3 daily
Chicago Midway – Ft. Myers 3 daily
Orlando – Buffalo 3 daily
Orlando – Columbus OH 3 daily
Orlando – Houston Hobby 4 daily
Orlando – St. Louis 4 daily
Raleigh – Tampa 3 daily
San Francisco – Orange County 6 daily

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