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Primaris Airlines

Primaris Airline just gained certification (June) of 2004 for a commercial license from the FAA and the DOT. Primaris Airlines has been operating as a Charter service.
They will be entering the commercial sector with it’s main focus on offering budget airline tickets to the business traveler.

Their routes will include International service to Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London and Manchester flying out from most major US cities including New York. Comforts include high speed internet and wide seats. Primaris ordered 20 new Boeing 737-800 airplanes (1.2 Billion US$) and an option for 25 more so they certainly plan on sticking around a while. Expect this company to looking to gain a lot of new routes over the next year and beyond. The Boeing order was cancelled in December 2008, due to lack of funding. Pending funding, Primaris will once again start up operations.

Primaris Quick Facts

  • Charter airline gained Commercial certification June 2004
  • Offered over 30 destinations
  • Stopped flights December, 2009.

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