Southwest Airlines plans to improve revenue for its Atlanta operations once it begins code-sharing with AirTran Airways flights in the spring. "So 2013, once we connect the networks and then begin this optimization effort, this is the year where Bob and his team are going to be bringing a lot of revenue synergies to the table," said Southwest CEO Gary Kelly about Bob Jordan, AirTran's president.
Southwest will begin code-sharing with AirTran in Atlanta
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