AirTran Airways Tees It Up to Benefit Travelers Aid

Registration Now Available for June 3-5 Golf Tournament on Grand Bahama Island

ORLANDO, Fla., March 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — AirTran Airways, a subsidiary of AirTran Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:AAI) , once again will host the AirTran Airways Grand Bahama Golf Classic, a charity golf tournament being held June 3-5, 2005, at the Westin at Our Lucaya Beach & Golf Resort on Grand Bahama Island.

All proceeds from the AirTran Airways Grand Bahama Golf Tournament benefit Travelers Aid, which annually serves more than 9,000 homeless throughout the metropolitan Atlanta area.

The three-day, all-inclusive tournament, hosted by Neal Boortz of WSB-AM, features 36 holes of championship golf, roundtrip airfare from Atlanta courtesy of AirTran Airways, hotel accommodations at the Westin at Our Lucaya, ground transportation, meals and prizes.

To register your group to participate in this event or to become a sponsor, please visit http://www.travelersaidatlanta.org/. Other sponsors of the tournament include The Coca-Cola Company, Coca-Cola Enterprises, WSB-AM News-Talk Radio, WSB-TV, Hertz, American Express, Martino-White Printing, Westin at Our Lucaya Beach & Golf Resort and the Grand Bahama Island Tourism Board.

“The Crew Members of AirTran Airways are proud to sponsor this exciting event that benefits so many people in the Atlanta area through the work of Travelers Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta,” said Tad Hutcheson, AirTran Airways director of marketing. “Thanks to all the sponsors and golfers, we’re able to provide opportunities for those who need them most.”

AirTran Airways, one of America’s largest low-fare airlines with 6,000 friendly, professional Crew Members, operates over 500 daily flights to more than 40 destinations. The airline’s hub is at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, where it is the second largest carrier. AirTran Airways recently added the fuel-efficient Boeing 737-700 aircraft to create America’s youngest all-Boeing fleet. The airline is the first carrier to install XM Satellite Radio on a commercial aircraft. For reservations or more information, visit http://www.airtran.com/ (America Online Keyword: AirTran).

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