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Airline Reports / Re: RossAir Global to Launch A330 Services
« on: March 07, 2014, 06:53:19 am »
"The launch of A330 services have been delayed by a month, and are now due to launch in early March 1996." said RossAir Global Group CEO Tyron Ross, in a recent press conference at Airbus HQ in Toulouse.

He refrained from citing reasons for the delay, but rumor has it that crew training has taken longer than expected, leading to many believing that more destinations have indeed been planned for.

Love them or hate them, RossAir Global have some really exciting times ahead!

Airline Reports / RossAir Global to Launch A330 Services
« on: March 05, 2014, 01:02:16 pm »
In a recent press conference at the airline's offices in London, Tyron Ross, RossAir Global Group CEO, announced that the company had placed firm orders for a total of 7 Airbus A330-300LR aircraft.

Citing efficiency, passenger comfort and dependability over medium and long-haul routes, Tyron Ross seemed confident in his decision to go the Airbus route, despite fierce competition from opposition manufacturers.

As the launch destination for A330-300LR services, Dubai will now be connected seamlessly with the rest of Europe by being served from both the airline's London Heathrow and Paris Charles De Gaulle hubs.

With services expected to commence in mid-February 1996, the daily flight from London will depart at 20:15pm local time from Terminal 3, arriving in Dubai at 07:00am local time the following day. The return flight will depart Dubai at 09:40am local time, and will arrive in London at 13:35pm local time on the same day.

At the time of going to press, the Paris-Dubai, Dubai-Paris and other A330 schedules had not yet been announced.

Other possible destinations to be included in the A330 schedule are New York, Washington DC, Miami, Atlanta, Toronto, Cairo and Istanbul.


As from early January 1995, RossAir Global has been operating its newly-delivered A320, G-AAAS to 7 exciting European destinations from its Heathrow Base. These destinations include Paris, Amsterdam, Rome, Madrid and Frankfurt.

When asked about the A320's introduction, Tyron Ross, the Group CEO for RossAir Global, had the following to say:

"Although G-AAAS is the only A320 currently in the fleet, there are a further 5 aircraft on order, which will complement the airline's already sizeable ATR72 fleet, as well as the lone MD-87 which will be phased out with the new A320's entering service in the coming weeks. As far as economy, comfort and reliability are concerned, we have found a wonderful aircraft in the form of the A320, as well as a great manufacturer in the form of Airbus. We believe that it is just the beginning of a wonderful with product and manufacturer alike."

The A320's introduction into service follows hot in the heels of the company's opening of a brand new, Paris - Charles De Gaulle base, already serving a host of European destinations.

Ross, who has been at the helm of the company since its inception in 1994, was upbeat about the carrier's plans to break into foreign markets, but was unwilling to divulge any info with regards to where and when these plans would reach fruition.

One thing that can be said about RossAir Global, though, is that there's very little standing in their way of becoming Europe's number one airline, with sights firmly set on becoming a global brand.

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