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Question about Air Tran layover in Atlanta

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I am looking at flight options for my sister and 4 year old niece to come and visit me over the summer. She would be flying from St. Louis to Raleigh (we live in Charlotte but flights to Raleigh are considerably less expensive). The best price I found was for an Air Tran flight with a 50 minute layover in Atlanta. I'm just trying to figure out if this is enough time to make her connection. This flight has the best flight times overall, and as I mentioned above its much cheaper. I know from experience that Atlanta's airport is large and busy. Are all Air Tran flights located in the same concourse?

thanks!
Tracy

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