Pacific West Airways and German Airways Code-Share Expansion Takes Effect Nov. 1 2009

San Francisco, CA – Pacific West Airways announced early this evening, the start of additional Code-Share Service with German Airways, effective Nov. 1, 2009.

“With the continued success of our Code-Share agreement with German Airways, adding additional services to the agreement was simply just a matter of time”, said Steven Richards, Director of San Francisco Hub Operations.

“We have decided to add some of the more interesting destinations within the German Airways schedule to our Code-Share agreement and in all, nine (9) new destinations have been added to the Pacific West Airways schedule. Within Germany, Bremen and Leipzig/Halle were added, for the UK, we added Birmingham and Heathrow, for Spain, the islands of Palma de Mallorca and Tenerife were added, Austria will see Innsbruck service, Amsterdam is added for the Netherlands and lastly Brussels was added for Belgium service”, added James Neill, Director of Public Relations & Creative Design.

“Not only were we able to add some of the more dramatic destinations to our agreement, we were also able to increase our fleet support for our Pilots, offering additional Airbus aircraft, ranging from the A318-100 now all the way to the A340-600 . Further, the ATR72-500, which remains German Airways’ domestic short range work horse was also added to our Code-Share hangar, giving our Pilots and even greater spectrum of aircraft to choose from”, Shane Ishii, President of Fleet Operations & Development added in closing.

Pacific West Airways is located in San Francisco, California and began operations on March 1, 2009. With three focus cities within the Pacific West network, (Denver, Phoenix, and Seattle), Pacific West Airways along with its solely owned subsidiary, Paradise Airways, currently services 77 destinations in North America and the Pacific rim.
Pacific West Airways currently operates with a fleet of Bombardier Q-400s, Boeing 717-200s, 737-700s, 737-800s, 767-300ERs, 767-400ERs and Boeing 777-200LRs

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