California Pacific Airlines, which suspended its Carlsbad (CRQ) operations on December 22, 2018, has now suspended all operations.
The airline announced on January 18, 2019 that it was dropping EAS service on the Watertown – Pierre – Denver route.
The airline is hoping to find new investors and restore service late this year.
Top Copyright Photo: California Pacific Airlines Embraer ERJ 145ER (EMB-145ER) N286SK (msn 145443) CLD (James Helbock). Image: 945577.
California Pacific aircraft slide show:
California Pacific Airlines has made this announcement:
California Pacific Airlines has temporarily suspended Carlsbad flights and ticket sales due to being impacted by the nationwide pilot shortage. We are in the process of training new qualified pilots who will allow us to relaunch services soon. We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to flying again soon. January flights will be refunded.
For the record, California Pacific operated the last flight from Carlsbad, CA on December 22, 2018.
Top Copyright Photo: California Pacific Airlines Embraer ERJ 145ER (EMB-145ER) N286SK (msn 145443) CLD (James Helbock). Image: 944866.