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Proair Regains FAA Certification

Sun Feb 11, 2001 7:35 am

Did they recently get it back, or was it a while ago. It seems like theyve been down a long time.


From ProAir.com

Scrappy : adjective
1: having an aggressive and determined spirit:

Feisty.

See also: Pro Air

It can be a tough business starting an airline, and a lot of work too. In this world of mega carriers, it is easy to get run over by the big guys. I guess our reputation for being scrappy fits. We are here to stay and we send thanks for all the support and encouragement we have received.

We have just had our Certificate returned to us and are in the process of getting our operation ready for flight. We can't wait to show you what we have in store!

Psssst......................just don't tell the big guys we are back.


Does anyone know about this?

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