Skyjet to start flying in Q3

Victoria
By Victoria August 22, 2012 14:31

Skyjet to start flying in Q3

New airline SkyJet Airlines is about to begin operations in the Philippine airline industry. Owned by Magnum Air, SkyJet expects to receive approval of its Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) soon that will allow it to begin operations in the third quarter. If approved, SkyJet will fly from Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila and the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark, Pampanga.
“We have already complied with all the necessary documents, trainings, aircraft data and other pertinent requirements set by CAAP. We are confident that the agency will soon release our AOC. We hope they will consider that we are flying to underserved and unserved destinations with great tourism potential ,” said Capt. Tony Buendia, Magnum Air(Skyjet) Inc. Director for Flight Operations.
Initially SkyJet will fly to four destinations: Basco in Batanes, Virac in Catanduanes, Catarman in Northern Samar and Surigao, with more to be added as the company expands.
SkyJet, which styles itself as a premium carrier with low fares, will fly a 94-seater BAe 146-200.

Victoria
By Victoria August 22, 2012 14:31
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