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Author Topic: Stallion Air starts flights to the Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.  (Read 21 times)

Online humbleadnan94

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Stallion Air starts flights to the Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.
« on: September 11, 2019, 07:18:52 AM »
Stallion Air will launch daily service to Bermuda and the Grand Cayman starting this spring. The low-cost carrier will fly from Chicago O'hare beginning April 26 to both Bermuda and Cayman Islands.

For Stallion Air, this makes 9 international destinations: Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Helsinki, Vienna,Tokyo Narita, Osaka Kansai, Lisbon and now Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. For now, Stallion will be the only airline operating a daily nonstop flight from the Windy City to the Grand Cayman.

Of course, any move by Stallion Air has to be seen as a move for Express Holdings; the company that owns Stallion Air to avoid going under a second time, even though Stallion operates with little oversight from it's parent company. And for Stallion Air, this move looks pretty good. The new routes take off from Stallions Air's hubŚChicagoŚmeaning the carrier can easily connect flights from other countries to its tropical service, notably the Europe area and the Far East. This allows Stallion to compete with the big boys based out of O'hare.

Max Fergus

Managing Director
Flight Operations
Stallion Air


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