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Skylink Airline

This small regional discount Airline is making news as it has announced plans to be a discount airline flying international routes. Skylink wants to begin service next spring with flights from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Stansted Airport just outside of London. There plans are to to expand international routes and within a few years offering discount airline tickets to 15 different international destinations.

Skylink Airline Quick Facts

  • Has tentative approval by the Department of Transportation to offer discount international passenger service.
  • Skylink has plans to add 15 destinations
  • Skylink Airlines main hub is at Washington Dulles International Airport
  • In April, 2005, Skylink changed their name to MaxJet Airways
August 22nd 2011
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