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    WOW BOOFER...not bad! good for you!

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    Airfare

    My husband and I just booked our airfare last night on Orbitz.com leaving from Philadelphia, non-stop Nov 27th departing on Dec 5th and it cost $575 pp but that included taxes and fees. Total for both $1153.00.

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    R/t for 2 $810.00 jfk to aua, non stop, incl. All taxes./ jet blue.

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    We paid $1090. from Syracuse NY to Aruba round trip for two. Travel time March. US AIR..

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    bos to Aru

    I paid $840 for 2 tickets on Delta, purchased two days ago Availibility is driving the price now.

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    Once the Airtran and Jet Blue fights go active, prices should drop from a lot of markets.

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    I have never heard of AirTran
    Decided to take down my timer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadd View Post
    Once the Airtran and Jet Blue fights go active, prices should drop from a lot of markets.
    Overjoyed!
    Quote Originally Posted by Sgroi135 View Post
    I have never heard of AirTran
    VERY similar to Jet Blue. Headquarters in Orlando, Atlanta is their biggest hub.
    "AirTran Holdings Inc. is the parent company of AirTran Airways, a commercial airline based in Orlando, Fla. AirTran is a low-cost carrier that operates more than 700 flights a day to more than 50 cities, with a route network centered around its hub at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. AirTran operates a fleet of about 140 jets, all of which are Boeing 717s or Boeing 737s. It made more than $1.8 billion in gross revenue in 2006. AirTran is currently the third-busiest carrier at Orlando International Airport.

    The company was founded in 1992 as ValuJet Airlines and nearly collapsed following the May 11, 1996 crash of ValuJet Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades, which killed all 110 people onboard. On July 10, 1997, ValuJet acquired Orlando-based AirTran Airways and subsequently assumed the smaller company's name.

    AirTran's chairman is Joe Leonard, and its chief executive officer is Bob Fornaro. It is a publicly held company and trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol AAI."

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    so, this could be a good thing for those that feel "married" to delta .

    andrea

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    so, this could be a good thing for those that feel "married" to delta .

    andrea
    I will be the first to saw the ball and chain.

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