Fornaro aims to steer AirTran into bluer skies

Goetzl, David
May 1999
Advertising Age;5/3/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 19, p44
Trade Publication
Profiles Robert Fornaro, president of AirTran Airways. Efforts to improve the company's financial status; Income made during the first quarter of 1999; Support Fornaro has received from the company's Chairman-Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Joe Leonard; Expansion the company has seen into the two-class carrier range in 1998 when it began offering business-class seats.


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