Southwest Airlines ( LUV +1.6% ) took over routes from AirTran Airways into Cabo San Lucas and Cancun today. The development marks the first time the carrier has flown into Mexico under the Southwest banner. Post your comment!
of Reagan National during the fourth quarter, after purchasing slots earlier this year. The company will complete its AirTran acquisition and retire the brand by the end of this year. The company will keep capacity about flat during 2014 with 2
recession. Along with CFO Tammy Romo, also a firm veteran, the management team has what it takes to lead the Southwest- AirTran integration and ready the company to expand its international operations, in our opinion Texas-based Southwest Airlines
momentous one for Southwest. The company will complete its AirTran acquisition and retire the brand. It intends to launch ..... Airlines--it is currently flying internationally via AirTran --and will expand service to New York's LaGuardia Airport
On April 2, AirTran Holdings AAI raised its offer for Midwest Air Group ..... composed of $9 in cash and 0.5842 AirTran shares for each Midwest share, valuing ..... decreasing our fair value estimate for AirTran . The new offer represents a 58
mark a momentous year for Southwest. It will complete its AirTran acquisition and retire the brand. The company intends ..... Airlines--it is currently flying internationally via AirTran --and will expand service to New York's LaGuardia Airport
AirTran 's proposed merger with Midwest Airlines will enhance shareholder value.
different stance than the Department of Justice had taken very recently on some big mergers, like United and Continental or AirTran and Southwest, saying that yes [those mergers] increased concentration, but the DOJ wasn't that worried about it
million in net synergies during the second quarter with nearly two thirds from revenue benefits. We still believe the AirTran acquisition will generate more than the stated $400 million in synergies and expect the company to generate additional
profitability. We note that the four large-scale mergers since 2008--Delta-Northwest, United-Continental, Southwest- AirTran , and AMR-US Airways--have shored up capacity. Today, the top four carriers control around 82% of the domestic