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Skybus applies for international flights

2 July 2007

After generating nationwide buzz with its $10 cross-country fares, ultra low-cost carrier Skybus is apparently ready to test its formula on international flights. The Columbus, Ohio-based carrier has applied to the Department of Transportation for the permission to begin flights to both Mexico and the Bahamas. In one of its federal filings, Skybus says it “plans to operate nonstop scheduled air service six days a week [Monday through Saturday] between Columbus and Nassau [in the Bahamas], and between Columbus and Cancun, commencing on or about Oct. 1, 2007. For this service, Skybus plans to utilize Airbus A-319-100 aircraft, currently in its fleet, with either 144 or 156 seats.

source: delawareonline.com

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