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Pacific Airlines News Update

With just a month left before a Spring Break layoff Pacific Airlines has released their Summer 2013 schedule. The new fight schedule drops San Francisco from the schedule but adds service to Mexico City, Anchorage, Lihue, Pocatello, Bozeman and Pepe’tee, Tahiti. The new schedule, effective immediately, adds seven aircraft to the fleet, however no new types were introduced. Pilot applications have been steady with on average a new pilot added every week, allowing the airline to make the expansion plans a reality. Beginning March 15th the airline will have a scheduled one month “Spring Break” layoff, resuming full operations on April 15th.

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Announcing Pacific Airlines

On January 1st, 2013, Pacific Airlines was finally launched after more than 3 years of testing and evaluation. “The airline is a compilation of a number of successful ideas from other airlines, and is meant to replace Air Fresno” CEO Peter McKay stated. Air Fresno, an airline with a 15 year, award winning history has slumped lately because of it’s regional nature, over the years it has suffered closures because of lack of time or interest. “With Pacific Airlines we have expanded the general idea of Air Fresno, allowing us to address a greater interest in the western United States”. McKay’s other airline, the Austin based Texas Airways, will be worked into a code share with pacific Airlines in the near future. Pacific Airlines currently offers 82 daily flights to 22 cities with flights as short as 40 minutes and as along as 4 hours.

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