GA CEO Unveils New Airline
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New York, NY In the annual stockholders meeting of the Generally Awesome Mills Stock Holding Corporation CEO Catch Hameron announced plans to launch a new airline. The Airline will begin operations in late May on routes between New York City and Halifax, Nova Scotia.
“Some analyst say that the airline industry is over capacity. We are operating under the premise that we can capture a segment of the population that is not currently being marketed to,” said Hameron at the meeting.
Financial analysts have questioned the timing of this move due to the very competitive market conditions and high fuel prices. Discount airlines have been so successful that major airlines have begun to compete directly with them for business. But advisors close to Hameron hope to capture a market share not currently controlled by anyone.
“Our retro look and our fleet of vintage 1940’s aircraft will be perfectly suited for travelers who are more impressed with style than with modern comforts or cheap fares,” said one aide to Hameron.
The company plans to fly Trans-Atlantic routes starting in New York, refueling in Halifax and thus reducing the crossing distance to London, Paris, and Lisbon.
The company currently has a fleet of seven Boeing 377 Stratocruiser built in 1945, represented in the seven sets of wings in the company logo.
In marketing itself the airline has adopted the motto “a two-world” alliance, reflecting its move to cement itself as the first airline to offer flights between Earth and Mars. Hameron Air has the first flight to the Red Planet slated for April 2087, although the company acknowledges that date is only tentative and may have to be moved back.
“We are trying to position ourselves as a specialty airline, bridging the gap between the past and the future,” Hameron told reporters after the shareholders meeting.
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