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on: January 21, 2013, 07:22:06 am
SunFire Airways is proud to announce that it has successfuly commenced operations as a short haul airline out of Toronto, Canada.

Having commenced operations on the 5th of January 1995, we now offer daily service to Montreal, New York, Boston, Washington and Chicago.

While we are currently operation one Antanov AN-38-100, we are looking forward to purchasing our second aircraft in the next couple of months.

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Reply #1 on: January 21, 2013, 04:00:36 pm
You might want to include a link to your airline:
http://www.airlinemogul.com/airlinemogul/show_airline.php?id=63043&wid=2546

You can find the link in the upper right corner of the view airline page - it is the 'direct link'

Anyhow, your airline looks good! Keep up the good work!


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Reply #2 on: January 24, 2013, 09:39:15 am
SunFire Airways
Operational Update #1
 
Since commencing operations, SunFire Airways has expanded its operation significantly. Currently operating 3 Antanov 38-100 aircraft, and 3 DeHavallind Dash 8-300 aircraft, SunFire has managed to provide service from Toronto to most of the Eastern half of North America, through SunFire Express, the low cost Short Haul/Feeder service. A strategy is being implemented to replace the Antanov aircraft with Dash-8s.
 
Over the next few months, the Operations Dept will be looking at implementing the Intercontinental service to the rest of North America, with service planned for the rest of Canada, central and south-eastern US, Carribean and at the end of implimentatio, Central American destination.
 
Discussions are being held with Boeing and Airbus over which aircraft will be purchased to service these routes. In addition, Antanov has recently contacted SunFire in order to explore their options in supplying aircraft, although it is felt by the staff at SunFire that this is a long shot.
 
Home Base News: Over the past few months, several other airlines have started to provide service to Toronto. We welcome them to Toronto and Canada. The increase in flights from Toronto has resulted in several airport improvements, including more parking, several new restaurants and shops, and a re-design of the security area to speed up passenger screening.
 
Appointments:
 
Arthur “Zippy” McGriven
Chief Pilot
 
Wilfred Smithers
Chief Operations Officer
 
Jane Tearzan
Chief Finance Officer
 
Congratulations.
 
Until the next update.
 
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« Last Edit: January 26, 2013, 09:03:07 pm by Provost32 »
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