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Compass Airlines, Breeze Aviation File to Transfer DOT Certificate

Compass Airlines and Breeze Aviation Group have jointly filed with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for the transfer of Compass’ Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity to Breeze. If finalized, the transfer would allow Breeze to engage in “interstate scheduled air transport,” per the DOT filing seen by AirlineGeeks. “By utilizing Compass’s manuals, resources, and processes, FAA certification will be completed more efficiently and, accordingly, the introduction of new service to underserved markets will be accelerated,” Breeze argued in…

Airline Tycoon David Neeleman Talks Breeze Airways Start-Up

This Friday, the world finally met the U.S.'s newest airline: Breeze Airways. Known as Moxy during the developing phases of the project, the airline is headed by no less than David Neeleman, the world-famous airline entrepreneur, founder of Morris Air, WestJet, JetBlue and Azul. AirlineGeeks had the chance to catch…

Will a New Low-Cost-Carrier Be Taking Flight in the U.S.?

After significant consolidation and concentration of the U.S. aviation industry, there is now the possibility of a new airline entering the buoyant market. Airline Weekly is reporting that TAP Air Portugal co-owner and JetBlue Founder David Neeleman is raising capital to launch a new low-cost carrier (LCC) in 2020 with…