Pacific Logistics to Order 8 747-8 Freighters

PacificLogisticsPacific Logistics has announced they have reached an agreement with Boeing to purchase 8 747-8 Freighters. The Boeing 747-8 is the lastest variant of the iconic “jumbo jet” line, which features improvements in fuel efficiency and capabilities.

“The 747 line has been a tremendous asset to Pacific Logistics,” said CEO Andrew De Forest. “We believe the 747-8 will offer us a strategic advantage as we continue to develop our network and look towards the future.”

The 747-8F will initially replace PacLog’s older B747-400BDSFs, which have an average age of 24 years. Additional aircraft will help to supplement and expand Pacific Logistics scheduled cargo network.

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Fly Africa Virtual Airlines Adds to Fleet

Fly Africa Virtual Airlines has implemented two new types to our fleet of aircraft, the Boeing 757-200 based in Algiers expanding our routes further into Europe as well as the Embraer 145.

The Embraer 145 will be used to complete the shorter flights in South Africa and serve the the Balearic Islands on a daily basis from our Hub in Algiers.

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Ohio Express Aquires Aircraft

Columbus, OH— On January 28, 2012 at 8:00pm, Ohio Express airlines acquired a Beechcraft 1900D for $1.3 million from LUSA Airlines.” with the purchase of this aircraft we will be able to lower our monthly aircraft leases, and continue to generate revenue “ says CEO Justin Caughenbaugh. The New purchase price for the Beechcraft is $3.7 million and the monthly lease was $9,318. The new aircraft is located in Nevada is schedule to arrive home at Port Columbus by Tuesday January 31, after making several stops thought it’s trip so the pilots can fuel up, get a bite to and rest!

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Golden Ghana Virtual Airlines Announces Cargo Charter and Vintage Charter Flight

Ghana’s first virtual airline announces the start of cargo charter operations and vintage charter flights. Effective immediately, GOG pilots are able to operate three different cargo aircraft and five different vintage aircraft from and to any airports of their choice.

The new charter cargo fleet:
1 Boeing 747-400F
1 Boeing 757-200M
1 Cessna C208
The new charter vintage fleet:
1 Lockheed L-1011 TriStar
1 Lockheed C-130
1 Fairchild C-119
1 Douglas DC-3
1 Boeing 727-200

The existing fleet for scheduled passenger services in Western Africa (3 Boeing 737-800, 1 Bombardier CRJ-200, 1 Dash 8 Q400, 1 Beechcraft Baron) remains Continue reading

Air Fresno Pushes Back Re-Opening Until End of January

Just a week after announcing it’s January reopening Air Fresno is pushing back the start of operations until closer to the end of the month. This is to give the airline time to find suitable replacements for the CRJ-700 regional jets it was using, replacements that will once again allow Air Fresno to provide service to some of it’s more popular destinations. “The CRJ’s are wholly unsuitable for the Runway 36 approach into South Lake Tahoe, we are determined to find a jet aircraft capable of meeting the service demands for that facility”. Air Fresno CEO Peter McKay said that the airline is working with the FAA to obtain a similar steep approach rating that the EASA has given the Airbus A318 in Europe with the intention of employing one here in the states. “The Runway 36 approach does initially exceed the 5.5 degree limit that the EASA placed on the A318 in Steep Approach Mode, however the last several miles of that approach are within the aircraft capabilities”. Demonstration flights into TVL have been delayed by weather, the approach tests must be done first in fair weather before acceptance can be granted. There is no ILS approach for the R36 approach, but McKay stated that prevailing winds generally allow landings on Runway 18, which does have a limited ILS approach. “It’s not just TVL we’re looking at but a whole host of other noise sensitive airports where the A318 and possibly the A320 could be placed in service”.


Garuda Indonesia Virtual adds three new B737 Series to Fleet

Garuda Indonesia Virtual welcomed its 48th new B737-800NG which is also the 123rd B737 series aircraft delivered to Garuda Indonesia Virtual.

The new B738-800NG aircraft is furnished with “Boeing Sky Interior” technology which is the latest lighting fixture from Boeing. As with the new aircraft already in Garuda’s possession, the new fleet addition also comes with State-of- the- art in-flight entertainment or an Audio & Video on Demand (AVOD)” in every seat.

The acquisition of B737-800NG is part of the fleet development and revitalization program being carried out by the airline to modernize its fleet. The “Quantum Leap” program calls for the fleet to grow from the existing 89 aircraft to 154 aircraft by the year 2015. The new additions will consist of B737-800NG for Continue reading


Eastern Airlines Virtual Introduces the Airbus A310-300

Eastern Airlines Virtual releases the Airbus A310-300!
At Eastern we are revamping our fleet. We have a large selection of aircraft for your flying pleasure. No time in rank structure; you fly all of our aircraft. Check out our video of our Airbus A310-300 and other aircraft coming soon.
Eastern Airlines Virtual has these other fantastic benefits:
-          Over 10 HUBS in the USA and Europe
-          Many great destinations
-          New and classic Paint Schemes
-          Large and varied fleet
-          13 years of continuous successful operations
-          Great and knowledgeable management team
-          Fun filled family- Continue reading


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