ATA Features Special Website Fares in Washington D.C. and Denver

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from American Trans Air, Inc.

    INDIANAPOLIS, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Today through Sunday, April 8, ATA
 (American Trans Air, Inc.) and the ATA Connection will feature online specials
 for travelers to and from the Washington, D.C. and Denver areas.  Tickets must
 be purchased by midnight E.S.T. Sunday, April 8, 2001, on ATA's website
 www.ata.com.  Dates of travel for the reduced fares are April 18, 2001,
 through June 13, 2001.
     "We like to spotlight different feature cities from time to time, offering
 discounts to customers who book online," said ATA's Vice President of
 Advertising and Sales, Rick Larsen.  "It's a great way for new customers to
 get acquainted with our service and also a way to thank our customers who
 regularly book online."
     These fares do not require any advance purchase or minimum stay.  Fares
 may not be available for purchase within 14 days prior to travel and during
 other high-volume travel periods.  A full listing of all applicable
 restrictions can be found on ATA's website.  Here are a few examples of the
 many one-way, off-peak fares available:
 
 
                 FROM                TO or FROM        ONE-WAY FARE
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)        Dayton               $59
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)     Grand Rapids            $79
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)      Minneapolis            $94
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)        Phoenix             $129
                 Denver           Chicago (Midway)          $89
                 Denver              South Bend             $99
                 Denver                Boston              $129
                 Denver            New York (LGA)          $129
 
 
     ATA, the principal subsidiary of Amtran, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMTR), is now in
 its 28th year of operation.  As the nation's 11th largest passenger airline,
 ATA operates scheduled service flights to popular vacation destinations and
 major business centers.  Low fares, electronic ticketing and advance seat
 assignments make travel on ATA a customer-friendly experience.  To make a
 reservation, contact your travel agent, or call ATA at 1-800-I-FLY-ATA, or en
 Espanol at 1-800-VUELA-ATA.  If you would like to make a reservation online or
 learn more about the company, visit ATA's website at www.ata.com.
 
 

SOURCE American Trans Air, Inc.
    INDIANAPOLIS, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Today through Sunday, April 8, ATA
 (American Trans Air, Inc.) and the ATA Connection will feature online specials
 for travelers to and from the Washington, D.C. and Denver areas.  Tickets must
 be purchased by midnight E.S.T. Sunday, April 8, 2001, on ATA's website
 www.ata.com.  Dates of travel for the reduced fares are April 18, 2001,
 through June 13, 2001.
     "We like to spotlight different feature cities from time to time, offering
 discounts to customers who book online," said ATA's Vice President of
 Advertising and Sales, Rick Larsen.  "It's a great way for new customers to
 get acquainted with our service and also a way to thank our customers who
 regularly book online."
     These fares do not require any advance purchase or minimum stay.  Fares
 may not be available for purchase within 14 days prior to travel and during
 other high-volume travel periods.  A full listing of all applicable
 restrictions can be found on ATA's website.  Here are a few examples of the
 many one-way, off-peak fares available:
 
 
                 FROM                TO or FROM        ONE-WAY FARE
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)        Dayton               $59
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)     Grand Rapids            $79
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)      Minneapolis            $94
         Washington, D.C. (DCA)        Phoenix             $129
                 Denver           Chicago (Midway)          $89
                 Denver              South Bend             $99
                 Denver                Boston              $129
                 Denver            New York (LGA)          $129
 
 
     ATA, the principal subsidiary of Amtran, Inc. (Nasdaq: AMTR), is now in
 its 28th year of operation.  As the nation's 11th largest passenger airline,
 ATA operates scheduled service flights to popular vacation destinations and
 major business centers.  Low fares, electronic ticketing and advance seat
 assignments make travel on ATA a customer-friendly experience.  To make a
 reservation, contact your travel agent, or call ATA at 1-800-I-FLY-ATA, or en
 Espanol at 1-800-VUELA-ATA.  If you would like to make a reservation online or
 learn more about the company, visit ATA's website at www.ata.com.
 
 SOURCE  American Trans Air, Inc.