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A319 Instead of A320 for Cirrus Air

Today officials at Cirrus Air discussed future plans for the airline which involved the airlines maintenance operations, the delivery of its aircraft and the announcement of route changes.  Continue reading


More Destinations For Skybus

Officials at Skybus Virtual Airlines today reported that the airline will release six new destinations and a new route map in the coming weeks.
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Dayjet Adds 737-800

Officials from DayJet Virtual Airlines announced today the airline buys a new 737-800.

Dayjet typically uses the Learjet 60, but Board Members felt that acquiring the 737-800 would amp up business.

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New jetEngland Virtual Buys 737-800

JetEngland Virtual, a new virtual airline based in the UK, today announced the roll out of the Boeing 737-800. The 737-800, which is the smallest aircraft in the fleet will be used to shuttle passengers accross the United Kingdom and European destinations.

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FLY2 to receive 7 new aircraft

Fly UK announced today it has purchased seven new Boeing 737-700 aircraft for its FLY2 low costs flights subsidiary.

Each month an aircraft will be flown from Seattle to the UK by one of FlyUK’s pilots. A number of the new aircraft will feature special liveries which include Irish Magic, Hed Kandi and Visit Scotland logojets. Continue reading


Corporate Air to acquire 2 caravan’s

Corporate Air, a Seattle based on demand cargo feeder service announced the acquisition of 2 Cessna Caravan 208B’s. The lease agreement provides Corporate Air with a total of two Caravan’s with the option of three more.

After talks with an Alaskan based financial firm “We sealed the deal” stated the airlines Operations Manager Christopher McGee. Both aircraft are slated to be based at our Seattle hub. “They are currently in South Dakota and Idaho however, we have sent pilots out for the repositioning of the aircraft”. Continue reading


The Hawaii Express purchases DC-3′s for sightseeing

Radial engine sounds once again filled the air above Honolulu this week as a flight of Douglas DC-3′s passed over Hickam Airfield on their way to John Rogers Airport.

The Hawaii Express has purchased three World War Two vintage Douglas transports to provide sightseeing tours over Oahu, Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii. Some of the aircraft will also provide point-to-point transportation on excursion tours. Continue reading


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