Southwest Airlines to buy AirTran for $1.4B

Acquisition gives low-fare carrier routes to Mexico and Caribbean

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Southwest will pay about $670 million with available cash. Southwest will assume $2 billion in AirTran debt.

Southwest and AirTran said the new airline will operate from more than 100 different airports and serve more than 100 million customers.

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