Now Selling Airtran Flights In 39 Markets


Effective today, Southwest is expanding their Airtran integration and you can now book travel for Airtran flights on as a Southwest codeshare between 39 cities.
This is good for travel beginning 03/10.

Why should you? Because if you book on you’ll get 2 free bags, a savings of up to $120 round-trip per person!  Plus Southwest doesn’t charge for flight changes.











The current cities are: Albany, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore/Washington, Boston, Buffalo, Cancun, Charlotte, Dayton, Ft. Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Grand Rapids, Hartford/Springfield, Islip, Jacksonville, Louisville, Manchester, Mexico City, Montego Bay, Nassau, New York/LaGuardia, Norfolk, Oakland, Orange County, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Raleigh/Durham, Rochester, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Francisco, San Jose Del Cabo, San Jose, CA, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Tampa Bay, Washington/Reagan National, and West Palm Beach.

By April you’ll be able to book all Airtran flights on  And in 2014 Airtran will cease to exist.

HT: aj26, via DDF

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Will make southwest points more valuable? I have 50,000 that I’m looking to sell.


What about booking airtran via SW to/from Chicago?


no luck with Orange County to Cabo


a link to the fact that airtran will no longer exist in 2014?


Companion Pass won’t work I guess because it’s not “operated” by Southwest.


I tried to book from NYC to CUN. Not working:(


If I am not mistaken in general on codeshare flights baggage policy usaly goes on operating carrier baggage policy


Generally you are correct.
However in this case Southwest explicitly has stated that will not be the case.


@Anonymous: yes


Are we sure companion pass won’t work ?


These miles arent really sellable due to the fact that theres no business class, southwest only flies domestically and that the miles are based on the price and not a flat rate (which can be good or bad) i.e. a 150 dollar ticket nyc-lax would be about 7k points with sw rather than 12.5k with every other carrier. its kinda like selling a flight voucher. But this allows the voucher to work on airtran flights as well.

Dans the man

It transfers over to AirTran if you try to book any international flight …

Dans the man

What will they do with AirTran first class?


I’ve heard conflicting reports on whether the southwest companion pass works on airtran metal flights booked through Does anyone have personal experience or word from customer service?


how do i book these tickets