I was told that SWA has reduced the gates from over thirty in Atlanta to eighteen and given them to DAL. Is this true? And reduced the number of flights from over three hundred a day to one hundred thirty. Why would SWA lose gate space and flights from the most over priced market in the country? Some one from Airtran respond.
Jeep I can not understand why you have so much hate from your post. I was told that by an AirTran pilot that lives in Atlanta. To insult someone that you don't know is not only absurd but moronic on your part. Either you've lost your shirt on investing or you are just a jealous stunted type looking for an outlet. You last out at everybody. I really feel sorry for you. I bet you voted for "little o". No doubt.
I'm not from Airtran, but the answer is obvious. LUV is a point to point airline, and not a hub and spoke airline. ATL is going to be a point to point airport, just like every other one that LUV flies out of.