FAA will not review California Pacific’s application until next year, CPA furloughs all employees

California Pacific Airlines (Carlsbad) is becoming the poster child as the hard-luck airline wannabe that could not fly because  of the FAA’s inability to review and approve their Part 121 AOC application. The terrible saga continues. The company has suspended operations and furloughed all employees after receiving an official notification from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that it cannot review their AOC application until at least next year according to this report by U-T San Diego. The would-be airline had until September 13 to resubmit its application which it did. The dream of CPA’s founder, Ted Vallas, 91, is slowly getting away from him. Vallas proposed the airline in 2010 and had raised at least $11 million from investors.

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Copyright Photo: James Helbock/AirlinersGallery.com. Meanwhile the pictured Embraer ERJ 170-100LR N760CP (msn 17000006) arrived in Nashville, TN in late July from Arizona.

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1 thought on “FAA will not review California Pacific’s application until next year, CPA furloughs all employees

  1. Renee

    Enough already FAA. Give the man a break. Stop wasting time and do the review already. It is a great airline and many of us out here NEED this operation to get off the ground, so to speak. Hurry up! Poor Ted. It is a disgrace.

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