Monthly Archives: June 2009

Viza Air wants to fly from Gary to DC and NY

Viza Air (Gary) is a newly proposed paper airline that wants to start twice daily service from Gary (south side of Chicago) to Washington (Reagan National) in August and Newark in September according to nwi.com. The company claims to have obtained slots at both DCA and EWR but this is unconfirmed by the FAA. If successful, the company intends to operate Boeing 737-800s (Miami Air?).  The would-be airline is currently trying to raise $25 million in capital in a very difficult financial environment for new airlines. Since this entity does not have an AOC it would have to depend on another airline operating the flights, probably initially as public charters. Viza Air also wants to fly from South Bend to EWR and Boston. 

Here is the full article from nwi.com:

www.thetimesonline.com/articles/2009/06/30/business/business/

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Surinam puts its first 737-300 into service

 

Boeing 737-36N PZ-TCO (msn 28669) replaces the McDonnell Douglas DC-9-82 (MD-82) on the Miami route.  PZ-TCO is parked at the MIA gate in the revised 2009 colors.  Copyright Photo: L. Apso.

Boeing 737-36N PZ-TCO (msn 28669) replaces the McDonnell Douglas DC-9-82 (MD-82) on the Miami route. PZ-TCO is parked at the MIA gate in the revised 2009 colors. Copyright Photo: L. Apso.

Surinam Airways (Paramaribo) in May painted its first Boeing 737-300 in a new revised livery at Opa-locka (near Miami). The upgraded type is now flying on the Miami route.

Pacific Wings to fly Owensboro-Nashville

Pacific Wings Airlines (formerly Air Nevada) (Honolulu) will start scheduled flights between Owensboro, KY and Nashville in August with Cessna 208 Grand Caravans. Owensboro is currently without airline service.

News link:

www.whnt.com/news/sns-ap-ky–owensboroflights,0,1527065.story

Yemenia’s A310-304 7O-ADJ crashes into sea

 

Please click on photo for full view, information and other crashed aircraft.

Please click on photo for full view, information and other crashed aircraft.

Yemenia (Yemen Airways) (Sana’a) lost its Airbus A310-304 7O-ADJ (msn 535) this morning with 142 passengers and 11 crew on board. The jetliner was flying flight IY 626 between Sana’a and Moroni (Comoros Islands) in the Indian Ocean. The aircraft crashed into the sea near Mitsamiodi (Comoros) while on approach to Moroni. Rescue ships and aircraft are searching for any possible survivors. One child has already been rescued.

News link:

news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090630/ap_on_re_mi_ea/ml_yemen_plane_crash