AirTran Airways: A Wonderful Way to Fly (Part
All of the above apply to the wonderful way to fly on
AirTran Airways, one of the world’s largest low-fare airlines -
employing more than 8,800 friendly professionals and operating more than
700 flights a day to more than 56 destinations.
Our destination was Baltimore. We flew out of Boston in
the world’s most affordable Business Class. Compared to others we have
experienced this was a different Business Class, a unique one. And for
the round trip flights about an hour each in duration it was perfect.
No food was served. No fancy packets were distributed
that we usually throw away anyway. We did, however, have all we needed
in very comfortable seats affording much leg and elbow room in two by
two seats. And before we knew it we were on the ground.
|Oh, yes we did get drinks and snacks. The “Eating
Instructions” on the back of the Gourmet Pretzels is a nifty way to
Think about our wonderful low fares . . . as you open
Place a pretzel in mouth. With each crunch, be
reminded of our low fares.
As you swallow, remember again just how low the fares
Repeat until pretzel packet is empty.
Keep empty packet to remind yourself to book at
AirTran.com for our lowest fares and no booking fees.
There is so much more to say about AirTran –
its ByePass Online Check-In, its AirTran Visa Card, its helpful
attendants, its intelligent and well thought-through company vision
. . .
But that will come in Part II of this series in a few
months when we plan to fly AirTran to Florida.
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About the Authors: Myrna Katz Frommer and Harvey Frommer are a wife and husband
team who successfully bridge the worlds of popular culture and traditional
scholarship. Co-authors of the critically acclaimed interactive oral histories
It Happened in the Catskills, It Happened in Brooklyn, Growing Up Jewish in
America, It Happened on Broadway, It Happened in Manhattan, It Happened in
Miami. They teach what they practice as professors at Dartmouth College.
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as well as cultural history and Jewish history and heritage in the United
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