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Monday, April 24, 2017

PIPER PA28-140 CHEROKEE CRUISER MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING ON LAOLAO BAY GOLF & RESORT IN KAGMAN


PIPER PA28-140 CHEROKEE CRUISER MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING ON LAOLAO BAY GOLF and RESORT IN KAGMAN

Piper PA28-140,
Saipan,
Laolao Bay Golf  Resort,
Kagman,

A sightseeing Plane in the Northern Marianas has made an emergency landing at a Laolao Bay Golf & Resort in Kagman on Saturday just after 1 p.m.
The pilot of the Piper PA28-140 Cherokee Cruiser heard a explosion in the engine and loss of power after almost 6mins after take-off on Saipan and immediately reported it to the Airport control tower that he will be making an emergency landing.The pilot and his two female passengers were unhurt. 
Police and Commonwealth Ports Authority officers secured the site until National Transportation Board and Federal Aviation Administration investigators arrived.

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#Emergency_landing


Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Pascan Aviation - The Canadian Regional Airline introduces Regular Flights to Toronto

Pascan Aviation - The Canadian Regional Airline introduces Regular Flights to Toronto 
 

Two daily return scheduled flights from St.Hubert airport towards Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport has been introduced by 
Pascan Aviation.
these flights will be starting from 10 April and will be operated in partnership with Ufly Corporation, as a reseller.

Pascan Aviation is a regional airline based in Saint-Hubert, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada.It operates scheduled services within Quebec and Labrador as well as charter services. Its main base is Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport and it runs a fixed-base operator at the Airport.
It is an independent regional Air carrier based in Quebec. The company, headquartered at St.Hubert airport, has more than 115 employees. Pascan Aviation has a fleet of ten turboprop Aircrafts dedicated to daily regional Flights to 12 destinations in Quebec, Labrador, and now in Ontario.

Mr. Julian Roberts, President of Pascan Aviation, quotes:

“It has been a couple of years that this project is in our plans. The business clientele on the South-Shore and downtown Montreal is increasing its traveling in downtown Toronto, and Pascan Aviation has the assets, know-how and infrastructure to service this business segment. The drive to Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau has become a trip of its own!

“We will get our clients from the St.Hubert Airport to Billy Bishop in the same time it will take them to beat the traffic from the South Shore to Trudeau airport. We also hope that these flights will stimulate the demand from the downtown Toronto business community.”

Committed to the development of the St.Hubert airport, the City of Longueuil granted $70,000 to the carrier, and Développement économique de l’agglomération de Longueuil (DEL) granted $30,000 to help Pascan Aviation to establish this connection to Toronto.

“The support from the City and DEL really helps us to have the means of our ambitions. Above and beyond these financial grants, the City and DEL have demonstrated a real vision for the development of the territory and we are proud to be part of it”, adds Mr. Yani Gagnon, executive Vice-president at Pascan Aviation.


Mr. David Brochu, Guest Experience Manager at Ufly, said:

“Business travelers are spending too much time in airports waiting. We want to change this. Our corporate membership format is designed to help business travelers spend more time with clients instead of spending at the airport. Pascan Aviation is the carrier best suited for this kind of project with their executive-type aircraft and VIP client service approach”.

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#new_flights_to_toronto
#connectivity_toronto
#daily_two_flights_toronto
#Pascan_aviation_with_ufly_corp
#Two_flights_frm_st_hubert_airport_to_billy_bishop.