Nonstop from ?

 
Old Feb 18, 06, 3:01 pm
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Nonstop from ?

Does anybody have a comprehensive list of cities AirTran flies out of, to destinations other than Atlanta?

I know how this can be found, just not very efficiently. Andbody already compiled it?
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Old Feb 18, 06, 6:25 pm
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http://www.airtran.com/route-map/city_information.aspx
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Old Feb 18, 06, 8:57 pm
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Or in list instead of map form at:

http://www.airtran.com/cities/index_destinations.aspx
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Old Feb 20, 06, 6:57 am
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Thanks, I understand how to get the info from the website, but I was really hoping someone already had it complied.
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Old Feb 28, 06, 6:49 am
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Sure would be nice if airlines still put the lines between nonstop destinations...
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Old Feb 28, 06, 7:25 am
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Originally Posted by gsupstate
Sure would be nice if airlines still put the lines between nonstop destinations...
Hahaha, clever! And timely, too.

Thanks for playing.
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Old Mar 4, 06, 12:43 am
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FL offers Nonstop service on these routes. Note that on many of them, it may only be one flight per day. I have not listed ATL for obvious reasons.

CAK - BOS, FLL, RSW, LGA, LAS, MCO, TPA
BWI - BOS, CLT, DAY,FLL,RSW,FPO,MCO,ROC,SRQ,TPA
BMI - MCO
BOS - CAK, BWI, MDW, PHF, PHL, SRQ
BUF - MCO
CLT - BWI, MCO
MDW - BOS, MSP, MCO, SRQ
DFW - LAS, MCO
DAY - BWI, MCO
DTW - MCO, SRQ
FNT - RSW, LAS, MCO, TPA
FLL - CAK, BWI, IND, PHL, PIT, ROC
RSW - CAK, BWI, FNT, IND, MKE, RIC, DCA
FPO - BWI
IND - FLL, RSW, MCO, SRQ, TPA
LAS - CAK, DFW, FNT
MKE - RSW, MCO
MSP - MDW, MCO
MLI - MCO
LGA - CAK, PHF
PHF - BOS, LGA, MCO
MCO - CAK, BWI, BMI, BUF, CLT, MDW, DFW, DAY, DTW, FNT, IND, MKE, MSP
MLI, PHF, PHL, PIT, RIC, ROC, IAD, ICT
PHL - BOS, FLL, MCO, TPA
PIT - FLL, MCO
RIC - RSW, MCO
ROC - BWI, FLL, MCO, TPA
SRQ - BWI, BOS, MDW, DTW, IND
TPA - CAK, BWI, FNT, IND, PHL, ROC
IAD - MCO
DCA - RSW
ICT - MCO
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Old Mar 6, 06, 7:53 am
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Now that's what I'm talking about! Thank you!

Originally Posted by kenlediver
FL offers Nonstop service on these routes. Note that on many of them, it may only be one flight per day. I have not listed ATL for obvious reasons.

CAK - BOS, FLL, RSW, LGA, LAS, MCO, TPA
BWI - BOS, CLT, DAY,FLL,RSW,FPO,MCO,ROC,SRQ,TPA
BMI - MCO
BOS - CAK, BWI, MDW, PHF, PHL, SRQ
BUF - MCO
CLT - BWI, MCO
MDW - BOS, MSP, MCO, SRQ
DFW - LAS, MCO
DAY - BWI, MCO
DTW - MCO, SRQ
FNT - RSW, LAS, MCO, TPA
FLL - CAK, BWI, IND, PHL, PIT, ROC
RSW - CAK, BWI, FNT, IND, MKE, RIC, DCA
FPO - BWI
IND - FLL, RSW, MCO, SRQ, TPA
LAS - CAK, DFW, FNT
MKE - RSW, MCO
MSP - MDW, MCO
MLI - MCO
LGA - CAK, PHF
PHF - BOS, LGA, MCO
MCO - CAK, BWI, BMI, BUF, CLT, MDW, DFW, DAY, DTW, FNT, IND, MKE, MSP
MLI, PHF, PHL, PIT, RIC, ROC, IAD, ICT
PHL - BOS, FLL, MCO, TPA
PIT - FLL, MCO
RIC - RSW, MCO
ROC - BWI, FLL, MCO, TPA
SRQ - BWI, BOS, MDW, DTW, IND
TPA - CAK, BWI, FNT, IND, PHL, ROC
IAD - MCO
DCA - RSW
ICT - MCO
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Old Mar 6, 06, 7:19 pm
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Your welcome. This is obviously subject to change with every new schedule release but it sort of gives you an idea.
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Old Mar 24, 06, 3:51 pm
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I'm looking at SRQ -> BOS on 5/27 and back on 6/10. I know that this was a Saturday only non-stop flight. It still appears in the pdf schedule on the website, but I am unable to book the nonstop option. Does the route still exist or is it just not available to book yet?
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Old Mar 24, 06, 8:52 pm
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I believe the Saturday service from SRQ to BOS ends in mid May. FL must have not updated their timetables yet. I know DL also flies this route but it might have ended by then too.
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