AirTran Airways destinations

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This is a list of destinations that AirTran Airways served at the time of their acquisition by Southwest Airlines and during the integration.[1][2]

Hub
Destination added after acquisition by Southwest
Destination terminated after acquisition by or integration with Southwest
Terminated destination
Country (State/Province) City Airport Began Refs
Aruba Oranjestad Queen Beatrix Airport 2009 [3]
Bahamas Nassau Lynden Pindling Airport 2009 [3]
Bermuda Bermuda L.F. Wade Airport 2011 [4]
Dominican Republic (La Altagracia) Punta Cana Punta Cana Airport 2011 [3]
Jamaica (St. James) Montego Bay Sangster Airport 2010 [3]
Mexico (Baja California Sur) Cabo San Lucas Los Cabos Airport 2012 [3]
Mexico (Federal District) Mexico City Mexico City Airport 2012 [3]
Mexico (Quintana Roo) Cancún Cancún Airport 2009 [3]
Puerto Rico San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín Airport 2008 [3]
United States of America (Alabama) Huntsville/Decatur Huntsville Airport 2010 [3]
United States of America (Arizona) Phoenix Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport 2007
United States of America (California) Los Angeles Los Angeles Airport 2003
United States of America (California) San Francisco San Francisco Airport 2003
United States of America (California) Santa Ana/Orange County John Wayne Airport 2012
United States of America (Colorado) Denver Denver Airport 2003
United States of America (Connecticut) Hartford/Springfield Bradley Airport 2013
United States of America (Florida) Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport 1993
United States of America (Florida) Fort Myers Southwest Florida Airport 1994
United States of America (Florida) Jacksonville Jacksonville Airport 1993
United States of America (Florida) Palm Beach Palm Beach Airport 2002
United States of America (Florida) Pensacola Pensacola Airport 2001 [3]
United States of America (Florida) Key West Key West Airport 2009 [3]
United States of America (Florida) Miami Miami Airport 1995 [4]
United States of America (Florida) Orlando Orlando Airport 1993
United States of America (Florida) Sarasota/Bradenton Sarasota-Bradenton Airport 2004 [3]
United States of America (Florida) Tampa Tampa Airport 2006
United States of America (Georgia) Atlanta Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta Airport 1995
United States of America (Illinois) Bloomington Central Illinois Airport 1996 [4]
United States of America (Illinois) Chicago Chicago Midway Airport 1994
United States of America (Illinois) Moline Quad City Airport 1997 [4]
United States of America (Indiana) Indianapolis Indianapolis Airport 2005
United States of America (Iowa) Des Moines Des Moines Airport 1997 [3]
United States of America (Kansas) Wichita Wichita Eisenhower National Airport 2002 [3]
United States of America (Kentucky) Lexington Blue Grass Airport 2010 [3]
United States of America (Kentucky) Louisville Louisville Airport 2013
United States of America (Louisiana) New Orleans Louis Armstrong New Orleans Airport 1993
United States of America (Maine) Portland Portland Jetport 2007 [3]
United States of America (Maryland) Baltimore Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport 2001
United States of America (Massachusetts) Boston Logan Airport 1995
United States of America (Michigan) Detroit Detroit Metropolitan Wayne Airport 2005
United States of America (Michigan) Flint Bishop Airport 1997 [3]
United States of America (Michigan) Grand Rapids Gerald R. Ford Airport 2010 [3]
United States of America (Minnesota) Minneapolis/St. Paul Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport 2001
United States of America (Missouri) Branson Branson Airport 2009 [3]
United States of America (Missouri) Kansas City Kansas City Airport 2002
United States of America (Missouri) St. Louis Lambert-Saint Louis Airport 2007
United States of America (Nevada) Las Vegas McCarran Airport 2003
United States of America (New Jersey) Atlantic City Atlantic City Airport 2009 [4]
United States of America (New Jersey) Newark Newark Liberty Airport n/a [5]
United States of America (New York) Buffalo Buffalo Niagara Airport 1998
United States of America (New York) Newburgh Stewart Airport 2007 [6][7]
United States of America (New York) New York City LaGuardia Airport 1996
United States of America (New York) Rochester Greater Rochester Airport 2002 [3]
United States of America (New York) White Plains Westchester Airport 2006 [3]
United States of America (North Carolina) Charlotte Charlotte/Douglas Airport 2005 [3]
United States of America (North Carolina) Raleigh-Durham Raleigh-Durham Airport 1995
United States of America (North Carolina) Asheville Asheville Airport 2009 [4]
United States of America (Ohio) Akron/Canton Akron-Canton Airport 1997 [3]
United States of America (Ohio) Columbus Port Columbus Airport 2008
United States of America (Ohio) Dayton Dayton Airport 1998 [3]
United States of America (Oklahoma) Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport 2013
United States of America (Pennsylvania) Allentown Lehigh Valley Airport 1997 [3]
United States of America (Pennsylvania) Harrisburg Harrisburg Airport 2008 [3]
United States of America (Pennsylvania) Philadelphia Philadelphia Airport 1994
United States of America (Pennsylvania) Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Airport 1996
United States of America (Tennessee) Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport 2009 [4]
United States of America (Tennessee) Memphis Memphis Airport 1993 [3]
United States of America (Texas) Dallas/Fort Worth Dallas/Fort Worth Airport 1997 [4]
United States of America (Texas) Austin Austin Bergstrom Airport 2012
United States of America (Texas) Houston William P. Hobby Airport 1997
United States of America (Texas) San Antonio San Antonio Airport 2008
United States of America (Vermont) Burlington Burlington Airport 2008 [8]
United States of America (Virginia) Newport News Newport News/Williamsburg Airport 1995
United States of America (Virginia) Norfolk Norfolk Airport 2013
United States of America (Virginia) Richmond Richmond Airport 2005
United States of America (Virginia) Washington, D.C. Ronald Reagan Washington Airport 2003 [3]
United States of America (Virginia) Washington, D.C. Washington Dulles Airport 1997
United States of America (West Virginia) Charleston Yeager Airport 2009 [4]
United States of America (Washington) Seattle Seattle-Tacoma Airport 2006
United States of America (Wisconsin) Milwaukee General Mitchell Airport 2002

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