ricardofg
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Skyservice Airlines Begins "scheduled" Service

Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:01 pm

Skyservice Airlines (5G/SSV) have begun selling there own tickets online for certain destinations *Belgrade/Zagreb/Rome/Venice* and will begin selling Lisbon and Porto very soon. These destinations are now designated as scheduled...how could this affect Skyservice...could it be the beginning of the end a la Canada 3000???

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http://www.skyserviceairlines.com
 
swissy
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RE: Skyservice Airlines Begins "scheduled" Service

Wed Apr 18, 2007 11:05 pm

Quoting RicardoFG (Thread starter):
These destinations are now designated as scheduled...how could this affect Skyservice...could it be the beginning of the end a la Canada 3000???

Rumors about 5G going schedule have been around for a long time and finally it seams it came true.... it will depend on how flexible/smart they will be 5G survived even 9/11 so I am sure the people at 5G did their home work...  Wink, time will tell.

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RE: Skyservice Airlines Begins "scheduled" Service

Wed Apr 18, 2007 11:57 pm

Quoting RicardoFG (Thread starter):
Skyservice Airlines (5G/SSV) have begun selling there own tickets online for certain destinations

Any chance they'll get into the business during the winter, and start going to the tropical getaway destinations on a scheduled basis? Since they operate mostly newer second-hand A320, B-752 (RR powered), B-767 & A330 aircraft to do these winter flights to North American/Caribbean Tropical destinations (Mexico, Dominican Republic etc...) and summer charters to Europe can they turn a profit with this sort of business plan? Who will benefit? SunQuest? Signature?
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ricardofg
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RE: Skyservice Airlines Begins "scheduled" Service

Thu Apr 19, 2007 1:08 pm

Quoting SLCUT2777 (Reply 2):
Since they operate mostly newer second-hand A320, B-752 (RR powered), B-767 & A330 aircraft

Skyservice no longer operates the B767-300

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RE: Skyservice Airlines Begins "scheduled" Service

Fri Apr 20, 2007 3:26 am

We may not have one in our fleet right now ( 767) but it is still in our manuals, Ya never know what can happen with our fleet. Espically now, seeing the two mergers of the two parent companies of Sunquest and Signature with Thomas Cook and TUI. Just speculation but who knows. This industry is so changing from day to day.  Big grin
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