Wayfare Virtual Airlines Grand Opening

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Raleigh, North Carolina – Wayfare Virtual Airlines celebrated its Grand Opening with the push-back of flight 1019 to Knoxville, TN Wednesday morning at 7:00 AM EST.

The start of operations comes on the heels of an anticipated increase in the demand for Essential Air Service, nationwide. This demand is the cornerstone of the airlines operating initiatives by providing affordable air travel to targeted communities within the national airspace system. The wholly owned, Part 121 regional carrier offers a range of destination options throughout the eastern and central portions of the United States. Specializing in short to medium range air travel, Wayfare operates a fleet of efficient and comfortable turboprop aircraft.


Brandon Reeves, Warfare’s Chief Operating Officer said in a recent interview:

“Our fleet of Dash-8 aircraft is both reliable and rugged, with the capability of flying into virtually any airfield. Seating from 37 to 74 passengers offers more options when it comes to regional flying.

Raleigh-Durham and Oklahoma City are very important Crew Bases for the airline. Under-served cities with growing populations and plenty of space to grow will allow Wayfare to expand with increasing flexibility. Straying away from the congested hubs like Dallas/Ft. Worth or Atlanta will minimize delays, allowing for more on-time arrivals and departures.”

Collaborating with TFDi flight tracking software and VirtualCol Software Developers, Wayfare Virtual expects to operate on a realistic scale with benefits for both pilot and passenger. Utilizing market analysis, financial strategy, and sound operational initiatives, the carrier looks to expand based on the involvement of its pilot-base.

Pilot positions are currently available at both the RDU and OKC locations for the Dash-8 airframe. We urge all interested and qualified individuals to apply today at .

Any questions regarding the airline should be directed to Chief Executive Officer, Michael Crane at:


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