In the wake of the closing proposal with Southwest Airlines, albeit the airlines capacity continues to grow in Orlando, there appears to be no new offer made for OIA.
Albeit, the airlines rang in 7.9% profit, prices will probably increase in Orlando provoked by higher fuel costs due to an unusually severe winter costing some $4.4 million.
Even though the airlines has an outstanding year of great performance and customer service in Orlando, the bottom line is still shrinking.
As Milwaukee's busiest airlines, AirTran revenue for 2010 was an estimated $38 million.
Meanwhile, Orlando officials at OIA continue chatting with Southwest leaders as to the prospects of continued growth in Orlando after the merger is complete.