AirTran Airways

AirTran Airways is a culmination of several airlines and lots of hard work. In 1992, the predecessor airline, ValuJet Airlines was founded by airline industry veterans including an executive group from the former Southern Airways and pilots, mechanics and flight attendants from the defunct Eastern Air Lines.AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings (NYSE: AAI), is a low-fare airline designed for business travelers, offering Business class, new planes with XM Satellite Radio and EasyFit Overhead Bins, assigned seats, and their accommodating frequent flier program A+ Rewards.AirTran Airways’ mix of low fares and an affordable Business Class with excellent customer service and one of the world’s youngest all-Boeing fleets has continued to strike a chord with the public.The airline continues to expand their team of quality people, and remains dedicated to providing the safest, most comfortable flights possible. AirTran Airways continues to maintain steady, sustainable growth based on a long-term vision and solid plan.

Innovative people dedicated to delivering the best flying experience to smart travelers. Every day.AirTran Holdings is committed to operating their business under the highest ethical standards, in an open and transparent manner, to the benefit of the Company’s shareholders, customers and employees.The Governance rules presented here, along with the committee charters and code of conduct, provide the framework for the governance of the Company. In setting forth these governance rules, we provide their board members, management and employees with clear guidelines for the ethical principles and accountability that apply to all of them. The Board of Directors and the management are committed to these principles as an essential component in the operation of the Company.With the dynamic changes unfolding in the law and in corporate governance principles, these governance rules and charters will be reviewed regularly to ensure that they maintain the highest standards for the Company.

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