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AirTran Airways sees profits at current fuel prices

AirTran Airways, which reported its first full-year loss since 1999 in 2008 (of USD273.9 million), stated it expects to be profitable in each quarter of 2009, based on current fuel prices, with the LCC expecting softening consumer demand to be offset by capacity cuts and strong ancillary revenue growth.

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