Aviation News

February 4, 2010

AirTran Airways Introduces Flights Between Baltimore and Jacksonville

AirTran Airways has announced new routes between Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) in Baltimore and Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) in Jacksonville, FL.  Service begins on May 4, 2010.  The introductory fare will be $74, one-way.  Lowest possible walk up fares for economy and business classes are $235 and $315, respectively.

Route

Depart-Arrive (Local Times)

Frequency

Baltimore/Washington – Jacksonville

10:30 – 12:30

Daily

Baltimore/Washington – Jacksonville

19:55 – 21:55

Daily

Jacksonville – Baltimore/Washington

7:40 – 9:30

Daily

Jacksonville – Baltimore/Washington

15:00 – 16:50

Daily



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