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Source: www.flyafa.comDetroit, MI (July 22, 2004) - American Flight Airways announced the creation of a new low cost carrier division dubbed Alpha Jet. The new divison will operate Boeing 737-800 aircraft out of two hubs located in Detroit, MI (DTW) and Oakland, CA (OAK). The carrier will offer flights to major destinations while at the same time servicing less busier airports in those areas to avoid traffic delays. While Alpha Jet currently is planned to have 2 hubs there are possible plans for the carrier to create 2 more hubs in Tampa, FL and Kansas City, MO. Alpha Jet currently has a tentative flight destinations list which was made available to the public and is listed below. DETROIT, MIHouston, TX (Hobby) Savannah, GA Tucson, AZ Dallas, TX (Love) Washington, DC (Reagan) Burbank, CA Ontario, CA Daytona Beach, FL Oakland, CA Sacramento, CA Sarasota, FL Tampa, FL Hartford, CT Birmingham, AL Jackson, MS Chicago, IL (Midway) Long Island, NY OAKLAND, CAAlbuquerque, NM Boise, ID Spokane, WA El Paso, TX Ontario, CA Burbank, CA Dallas, TX (Love) Detroit, MI Chicago, IL (Midway) Tucson, AZ Phoenix, AZ Tampa, FL Providence, R.I. Fort Lauderdale, FL Las Vegas, NV Alpha Jet will take delivery of new aircraft starting this week with plans for flight operations beginning July 30. http://flyafa.com/forum_images/alpha737.jpgAFA CEO Kenric Smith stated "This new low cost division will be a great addition to AFA operations offering low cost jet service to airports currently not serviced by our normal AFA operations bridging the gaps in our route system." American Flight Airways is a major US virtual airline with hubs at Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas, San Francisco, San Juan, Washington D.C, Phoenix, and Sydney. With its partner airline Pacific Airways, AFA serves major metropolitan cities throughout the world on six continents. In July 2003, AFA's parent organization the American Pacific Group was awarded "Best VA Organization." AFA offers pilots a simple, yet realistic approach to virtual aviation with a long, rich history spanning since 1996.

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Alpha Jet is now officially up and running, since it is a division of American Flight Airways (AFA) much like the cargo division of Pacific Airways (PAY) all American Pacific Pilots (APG) with Captain or higher ranking are allowed to fly the Alpha Jet flights. Check it out now http://www.flyafa.com/alpha.phphttp://studwww.ugent.be/~tsnoeck/aajdeliveryoak.jpgPhoto by Rick Martin AFA4382 Detroit, MI (August 6, 2004)- Alpha Jet, AFA's low cost carrier officially began operations today at 10:50am EDT. The division which operates a fleet of new Boeing 737-800 aircraft will service 27 destinations in the US with hubs in Detroit, MI and Oakland, CA. Alpha Jet will add a unique service to AFA by offering flights to destinations not commonly serviced by AFA's main operations. American Flight Airways is a major US virtual airline with hubs at Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas, San Francisco, San Juan, Washington D.C, Phoenix, and Sydney. With its partner airline Pacific Airways, AFA serves major metropolitan cities throughout the world on six continents. In July 2003, AFA's parent organization the American Pacific Group was awarded "Best VA Organization." AFA offers pilots a simple, yet realistic approach to virtual aviation with a long, rich history spanning since 1996.

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