Flying the hostile skies . . . | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Flying the hostile skies . . .

Posted on Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 3:18 PM

ATA Airlines, which handled many Southwest Airlines connecting flights, abruptly shut down today, according to Bloomberg.

Northwest Airlines Corp. said in a statement that it will honor ATA tickets until May 3 for a $100 fee per leg of flights to and from Hawaii and Cancun, Mexico.

Southwest Airlines Co. said it will honor any tickets it issued to its own customers who were booked on an ATA flight, or will give those ticket holders a refund. The company didn't say what it would do for ATA customers who hadn't booked a flight through Southwest's reservation system.

Best check with your airline if you normally connect to an ATA flight out of Little Rock National

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