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MESABA PILOTS RATIFY CONTRACT

 MESABA PILOTS RATIFY CONTRACT
 MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Thomas D. Gliadon (MEC


chairman at Mesaba Airlines), and Robert D. Swenson (president of Mesaba Airlines, Inc.), jointly announced today that, "We are pleased to have reached an agreement on a mutually beneficial contract that offers enhanced work rules, improved compensation and benefits for our pilot group, and provides us the flexibility to expand into larger aircraft."
 Mesaba operates as Northwest Airlink under a marketing agreement with Northwest Airlines. The regional carrier provides connecting service to Northwest at Minneapolis/St. Paul and Detroit Metropolitan airports. The airline currently serves 45 cities in 15 states and one Canadian province.
 Mesaba Aviation, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of Minnesota- based AirTran Corporation. AirTran's common stock is traded on the NASDAQ National Market System under the symbol ATCC.
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 /CONTACT: John S. Fredericksen, vice president-general counsel of Mesaba, 612-726-5151, ext. 351/
 (ATCC) CO: Mesaba Aviation, Inc.; AirTran Corporation ST: Minnesota IN: AIR SU:


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