Name: Swish Airways
(primary trans-atlantic hub), RDU
(domestic north-south east coast hub), MCO
(primary Latin American hub), IND
(domestic east-west hub), PDX
(domestic north-south west coast hub), HNL
Colors: White, with an orange basketball above a red basketball hoop
Aircraft: E-170, for anything within its range, A-319LR for trans-atlantic routes, trans-continental routes, and flights between the west coast and HNL
, A-330 for flights from HNL
to Asia, and from BOS
to parts of Europe outside the A-319's range...
First Class: Internationally, would have 55-inch pitch, domestically 38-inch pitch...IFE would be DirecTV service at every seat, including their entire basic package plus ESPN's Full Court Package with every NBA and NCAA Basketball game televised under their package...meals on all flights over one hour long...name of first class would vary based on where the aircraft is based...BOS
-based aircraft would have Celtic Class, RDU
-based aircraft would have Bobcat Class, MCO
-based aircraft would have Magic Class, IND
-based aircraft would have Pacer Class, PDX
-based aircraft would have Trailblazer Class, and HNL
-based aircraft would have Aloha Class...
Coach: 34-inch pitch throughout on all aircraft, IFE would be same as first class...meals for sale on all flights over one hour long...
Three-Point Miles Program: No elite status, no upgrades of any kind, frequent flier miles can be used only for flights in coach, no capacity controls on free tickets...
Other policies: Will overbook flights, because god knows that there are passengers who book flights purposely so that they can get bumped, any passenger bumped gets a free ticket anywhere Swish Airways flies on A-319 or E-170 aircraft...no codesharing or alliances of any kind...assigned seating, however, passengers must check in AT
THE GATE between 60 and 30 minutes before flight (or within 15 minutes of connecting flight arriving at gate) in order to keep their seat...
Likelyhood of success: Oh, wait, we were supposed to answer that question? Likely won't ever sell a ticket...
Burma's constitutional referendum options: A. Yes, B. Go to Insein Prison!