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LAUSA AIR Regional Service City Flyer Introduces the ATR 72-50 into Fleet

LAUSA AIR’s Executive Chairman Daniel Harvey has today official announced a lease to buy deal with Indian operator King Fisher for (5) ATR 72-500 aircraft.  This deal has been negotiated to include code sharing agreement with King Fisher as LAUSA AIR’s City Flyer division expands into Middle East & Asia following the best performance this Division has seen in months.  The first of the five is currently in the Australians hangars of Stormy Design, contracted to LAUSA for all the companies’ aircraft designs. Continue reading


LAUSA AIR City Flyer Division launches European Hub at London City Airport EGLC

City Flyer is the entry point into LAUSA AIR and requires all pilots who join LAUSA AIR to spend the first 50 hours of their virtual career on regional hops between cities. After 25 our pilots are eligible for promotion to First Officer and transfer from the Dash 8 onto the CRJ 700. Pilots are only allowed to fly routes from KMCO which is the hub for City Flyer. With the launch of London City, City Flyer will be flying to all major European cities and City Flyers’ CEO Anthony Tester is currently negotiating code sharing terms for City Flyer Europe with LAUSA AIR’s European alliance partner FLOCK AIR. Continue reading


City Flyer Launches Lausa Air Regional Service

Following a major reorganization of its main division, London Aviators USA’s virtual airline, Lausa Air, announced the establishment of a regional feeder service intended to supplement its domestic and international long-haul service. From its Orlando, Florida hub, and utilizing the DeHavilland Dash-8 and Canadair CRJ-700 aircraft, City Flyer is now the entry point for new pilots to integrate into the existing Lausa Air system. After completing 20 hours with City Flyer, pilots will have the option to transfer into Lausa Air but City Flyer management hopes some pilots will want to remain with the regional operation. Newly appointed City Flyer C.E.O. Chris Hattaway will run the new division. Interested pilots should check out Lausa Air’s website at: for more information.


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