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Alpha Jet adds 15 non stop flights out of Kansas

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American Flight Airways Low Cost Carrier Alpha Jet adds 15 non stop flights out of Kansas City.American Flight Airways: http://www.flyafa.comAlpha Jet: http://www.flyafa.com/alphaDetroit, MI (June 1, 2005)- American Flight Airways reports that its wholly owned low cost subsidiary Alpha Jet starts service with 15 non stop flights out of Kansas City International Airport (KMCI). Kansas becomes hence in addition to the current Tampa, Flint and Oakland hubs the 4th Alpha Jet hub.The expansion of Alpha Jet is a strategic move in persuing an increasing market share of the low cost travel business. The central location of Kansas City will allow leisure passengers to connect easier to their final destination as well as offer the Kansas population an attractive variety of destinations at low fares onboard our Alpha Jet services.Kansas City now offers flights to the following cities:Albuquerque, NM (KABQ)Baltimore, MD (KBWI)Birmingham, AL (KBHM)Burbank, CA (KBUR)Chicago, IL (KMDW)Flint, MI (KFNT)Indianapolis, IN (KIND)Las Vegas, NV (KLAS)Nashville, TN (KBNA)*Oakland, CA (KOAK)Ontario, CA (KONT)Phoenix, AZ (KPHX)Providence, R.I. (KPVD)Salt Lake City, UT (KSLC)* New Alpha Jet destinationHowever due to the Wright Amendment we have to cancel the 2 following flights out of Dallas Love Field (KDAL) 4506/4507 (Oakland-Dallas) and flights 5916/5917 (Tampa-Dallas). Passengers who have booked these flights will be rescheduled without any extra charges with AFA out of Dallas Forth Worth (KDFW).Enjoy your flight and happy flying,http://www.flyafa.com/images/alpha_top_lt.gifAlpha Jet is a division of American Flight Airways, Alpha Jet aircraft are flown by AFA pilots. Join an AFA hub of your choice and work your way up to at least Captain (>20hours) to be able to fly Alpha Jet flights.http://www.geocities.com/thomassnoeck/alphajet.jpgpicture copyright Mitch Haughee (AFA3494)American Flight Airways Virtual Airlines is a major US virtual airline with US hubs at Detroit, Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix, San Francisco and Washington D.C and international divisions in Australia and Latin America. 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.http://www.flyafa.com/images/top_lt.gifFly AFA, visit American Flight Airways at www.flyafa.com

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Just to inform you, Kansas City International is in Missouri. I wasn't sure if you knew that

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I do know that Kansas City is in Missouri (the biggest part of it), but I was more refering to the greater metropolitan city (both in Kansas and Missouri) rather than the state itself.Thanks for reminding me though!

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Very cool! I guess low-cost carriers are doing well even in the virtual industry ;-)Nice fleet design -- the name/logo are very creative! :-)

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