Start-Ups Newly founded California Pacific Airlines to commence service in April 2018
The 2011 founded California-based start-up California Pacific Airlines plans to commence operations by April 1, 2018, the regional newspaper Oside News stated.
The first six routes served from the airlines first base Carlsbad, California, will be Phoenix, Las Vegas, Sacramento, Oakland, San Jose, and the Mexican resort city Cabo San Lucas.
According to the airline’s CEO, Paul W.J. Hook, the commencing of the airline’s services is made possible by a yet to-be-announced purchase of a 58-year-old airline. This acquisition will then provide the mandatory FAA 121 certificate required for scheduled airlines.
“Once we have the six planes delivered to us in March, we immediately can start service. Each plane will have both first and business-class seating. Economy passengers won’t see much difference from business class. Our ticket pricing will be competitive with other airlines serving the area”, Hook further stated.
California Pacific Airlines was founded in 2011 by Ted Vallas, an entrepreneur and Carlsbad local. Vallas has already owned and operated the airline Air Resorts.
Source © Oside News