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BudgJet Airways to move operations west.
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Posted 03 April 2012 - 09:21 PM
BudgJet Airways announces a 'change of venue'.
Beginning June 2, 2012 BudgJet Airways will be moving it's operations from the Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport to California's Bay Area. When originally conceived in 2006 the airline was based in San Francisco, when it was reformatted earlier this year the Southeast was considered to prevent in for competing with the CEO’s other airline, Air Fresno. While the more senior operations of Air Fresno have been a priority up to this point it has become more and more apparent that after 14 years the small regional airline has indeed run its course. The move to the west coast primes the region for the Fresno based regional airline to merge with BudgJet during the summer of 2012.
Both airlines will continue to operate until August 8, 2012, which coincides with BudgJet‘s 6th Anniversary, at which time Air Fresno will offer its pilots the chance to fully transfer their rank and hours over to BudgJet, which will permit a great service area along with a more diversified fleet. Additionally BudgJet will be offering some exclusive scenery created specifically for the airline. A training facility that will be located near the city of Los Banos and now in development a fictional resort port at San Clemente Island. Both scenery elements will be created with ADE9 and be created specifically for FS9 (FSX will not be supported).
Air Fresno will remain in ‘retired operations’, meaning that the domain will renewed when it expires and the airline roster will still be open to pilots wanting to fly its routes. However active recruiting will only be conducted for BudgJet Airways.
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