CommentsAirTran flies only two models, the Boeing 717-200 and the Boeing 737-700.
In 2005, these Boeing 737-700s were modified with blended winglets, giving the planes a very distinct look and saving fuel during long range cruise.
No meals are served on any AirTran flight in any class, although bevearges and light snacks are available.
Large overhead bins for rollaboards give about the same volume per passenger as in the Boeing 747.
The cabin divider is just a curtain, and when the seat in front reclines, some passengers feel that the curtain is too close to their face.
Note that AirTran has a paid upgrade policy and passengers can upgrade on the day of travel to Business Class for $50-$100 (depending on the length of the flight), based on availability.
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