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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.


Concession and Reorganization: Lausa Air Looks to Emerge Stronger than Before

Lausa Air has decided to close many of its non-U.S. hubs in an effort to reorganize its operations following a downturn in the U.S. economy. In recent months, Lausa Air has seen its hubs at Changi-Singapore (WSSS); Dubai, UAE (OMDB); London-Heathrow (EGLL); Paris-Charles DeGaulle (LFPG); Lisbon-Portela (LPPT); Helsinki-Vantaa (EFHK); Amsterdam-Schipol (EHAM); Phoenix-Sky Harbor (KPHX); Washington D.C.-Ronald Reagan (KDCA); Roswell, New Mexico (KROW); Hato-Curacao (TNCC); Cairo, Egypt (HECA); and Munich, Germany (EDDM) close or reallocated in favor of more profitable hubs in North America, such as Denver International (KDEN); Orlando International (KMCO); and Vancouver, B.C. in Western Canada. However, despite the major restructuring, Lausa Air remains one of the most profitable virtual airlines on the VAFS network consistently ranking among the top airlines in terms of monthly hours flown. Continue reading


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