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The A300F before being bought by pinkSky airlines.

Main FactsEdit

Fleet Size: 5

Destinations: 2

Headquarters: Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (HEL) Terminal 1

Alliance: EuroSky

Key People: CEO Kevin A. J., Chairman Tate Altman, Negotiator Cole Diachenko, CFO Jason Rioux

HistoryEdit

pinkSky airlines was formed after the unsuccessful Spirit Brazili.

FleetEdit

pinkSky has a fleet of one Airbus A300-600, and 4 Embraer ERJ190s.

DestinationsEdit

EuropeEdit

-Berlin International Airport

-Frankfurt International Airport

Soon to come Edit

North AmericaEdit

-Charlotte/Douglas International Airport

-Miami International Airport

-Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport

-Las Vegas McCarren International Airport (Via Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport)

EuropeEdit

-London Heathrow International Airport

-Paris Charles De Gaulle Inetrnational Airport

-Tenerife North Airport

-Madrid Barajas International Airport

AsiaEdit

-Ninoy Aquino International Airport

-Beijing Capital Airport

Contracts TakenEdit

Rovaniemi

Cargo Required: 124,134 KG

Cargo Carried: 156,493 KG

Status: Succeeded

Riga

Cargo Required: 105,307 KG

Cargo Carried: 120,727 KG

Status: Succeeded

Vilnius

Cargo Required: 105,059 KG

Cargo Carried: 110,181 KG

Status: Succeeded

Prague

Cargo Required: 546,348 KG

Cargo Carried: 550,530 KG

Status: Succeeded

Frankfurt

Cargo Required:136,305 KG

Cargo Carried: 88,027 KG

Status: Open

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