Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 12:29:55 pm
Joined: 15 Jun 2005
Location: Indianapolis, IN
For those who haven't seen it yet the AirTran.com website has been redesigned. I think they did a really good job on it. My only recommendation would be to show available seats prior to booking. But otherwise its great. They also have one of the nicest route maps around.Food4Geeks.com - Even Geeks Like To Eat.
Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 03:34:53 pm
Joined: 17 Jun 2005
Location: Carmel, IN
I agree on the route map. It'd put it right up there with Southwest's and Frontier's route maps. Some airlines make it extremely difficult to even FIND the route map. Other airlines use a pdf map, which is OK per se, but there are so many lines on it, it's hard to actually see the city pairs. NW's is the worst - they have all the Skyteam partners' flights shown on the map as well, and you can hardly tell any two cities to fly between. Delta just shows which cities they fly to, not the places from where you can fly. Kudos, Airtran - it's these little things that add up to a better flying experience for the public, and the legacy carriers still don't get it!Can I get a peanut crumb with that thimble of Coke?