Thursday, June 21, 2012

Start-up California Pacific Airlines to receive first Embraer 170

California Pacific Airlines will receive their first aircraft in these days. The Aircraft, a second-hand Embraer 170 was formally operated by the german airline Cirrus Airlines, which ceased operations early 2012. The aircraft will have 72 seats.

California Pacific Airlines is an start-up regional airline which plans to commence operations later this year. The project was launched in 2009. The airline will operate from the McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, which is currently just served by an United flight operated by SkyWest to Los Angeles. California Pacific Airlines want´s to commence operations later this year from here to San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento. Las Vegas, Phoenix and Cabo San Lucas with Embraer 170. Originally, the operations should have commenced in 2011. The airline hopes to attract people in the region, which nowadays have to go to San Diego. The airline also want´s to get Passangers from San Diego. 

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