Henderson, NV — Earlier this morning, bluWave Airlines executives announced plans to launch daily, nonstop service to two (2) new destinations in Texas linking Phoenix, AZ and Denver, CO to Austin, TX and San Antonio, TX, respectively. In addition, the airline plans to increase capacity between Phoenix and Denver year-round.
These plans come after bluWave expanded its presence in the Bay Area earlier this month thanks to a push from industry analysts hired by the firm in light of its purchase of four (4) Boeing 737s from the now defunct SnapJet Airlines, LCC in January.
“It’s been clear to us for some time now that our customers have been looking for us to establish a presence in the east,” said Johnathon Neilsen, bluWave’s recently hired COO. “We’re committed to fulfilling their wishes and we look forward to bringing the airline in this direction.”
President and CEO Connor Levens added that although they aimed to launch service to Texas once the official start of summer had passed, it was ironic that they were beginning operations in Texas during Independence week. “It’s funny how some things just fall into the woodwork like that,” he told reporters in Henderson. “Nonetheless, it’ll only help drive up revenue in the third quarter.”
From Phoenix to Austin:
Flight 620 Departs: 6:00 a.m. Arrives: 8:30 a.m.
From Austin to Phoenix:
Flight 625 Departs: 9:15 a.m. Arrives: 12:00 p.m.
From Denver to San Antonio:
Flight 630 Departs: 3:15 p.m. Arrives: 6:00 p.m.
From San Antonio to Dever:
Flight 635 Departs: 6:45 p.m. Arrives: 9:15 p.m.
The airline announced that it will begin selling tickets for its new routes on Sunday, June 3 at midnight. Each flight will be flown with the airline’s final, newly refurbished aircraft from SnapJet, featuring mood-lighting in the cabin, enhanced LCD monitors for in-flight entertainment, and free Wi-Fi Internet service.
Service between Phoenix-Austin and Denver-San Antonio will launch on July 2, perfectly aligned with Independence Day travel plans.
About bluWave Airlines
bluWave Airlines, Inc. was founded in the autumn of 2010 and serves thirteen (13) destinations in seven (7) states and carries over four (4) million passengers annually (estimated). The airline holds a partnership with the Starbucks Corporation and serves the Starbucks House blend on each of its flights. Its flagship aircraft is the Boeing 737-800, each of which are equipped with winglets and the newest RNAV equipment. The airline is in no alliance and at the moment has no partnerships with other airlines in the virtual airline industry. bluWave Airlines, Inc. is not a public company.
NOTE: This document is fictional. There is no real-world airline known as bluWave Airlines and there is no real-world affiliation with the Starbucks Corp