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SnapJet Airlines End of 2010 Announcements

San Jose CA (AP) – SnapJet Airlines (SJA) executives held their first press conference since the summer today in San Jose announcing several new things at SnapJet. Chief Executive Officer Ryan Parry was excited to announce the success of the recently started service to Hawaii featuring their three used Boeing 757 jets, calling it “a gamble that is paying off”. He went on to acknowledge SnapJets entrance into the Global One Alliance which took place in October.

SnapJet Airlines has reached agreements with Airbus to purchase ten Airbus A321 aircraft that will be powered by IAE V2500 engines just like their A319 and A320. “The A321 will offer us a chance to fly more passengers on high density routes, as well as open up vacation destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean. Our pilots are already checked out on the Airbus A319 and A320 making the A321 cheaper to operate than our 757s which will remain strictly on Hawaiian routes. “said Parry. The A321s are due sometime in 2011, but no official time frame has been set.

The SnapJet development team was please to announce that Orlando-Sanford will be SnapJets newest hub and will cater to east coast destinations, as well as Mexico and the Caribbean in the future. SnapJet has begun downsizing its San Jose hub and will now officially refer to it as simply a “focus” city. “San Jose just doesn’t offer us what it use to, it is time to look at other cities for profit.” Said SnapJet development team leader.  SnapJet executive offices will be moved to Las Vegas Q1 of 2011.

Ryan Parry
SnapJet Chief Executive Officer


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