After its first application was rejected, California Pacific Airlines – the new commercial airline proposed for Carlsbad’s McClellan-Palomar Airport – has refiled its application to fly with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) last week. The FAA rejected the airline’s first proposal due to various deficiencies including the failure to meet minimum standards in safety, maintenance, and inspections. At the time of the rejection – August 7 – the airline CEO John Selvaggio stated that the mistakes identified would be corrected. Cal-Pacific hopes to fly from Carlsbad to San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento, Las Vegas, Phoenix and Cabo San Lucas.

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