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  • CrazyCanuck
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    Afternoon,

    HAs there been update on Global Airlines. Lot of chatter of websites but no tangible flying plans etc…Happy to be updated.


    BackOfThePlane
    Participant

    News yesterday that they are teaming up with Hi Fly for their Entry Into Service program.

    Other than that, I still don’t them a cat-in-hell’s chance of succeeding.


    CrazyCanuck
    Participant

    Interesting development for sure…tehy have also signed up with Amex and Soho house etc for services.


    BackOfThePlane
    Participant

    This is the recent tweet from James Asquith, founder of Global Airlines:🤝 Signed, sealed, delivered – let’s fly ✈️ 🌍 – I couldn’t be more excited about our partnership with Hi Fly, who are the only secondary carrier with experience of the a380, and operate as many as 35,000 flight a year already currently. Most importantly, fantastic partners to work with. This deal goes back long before the headlines hit the media, and shows just how much goes in behind the scenes to building an airlines. Incredibly proud of our teams, as this gets more exciting by the day.

    If nothing else, he needs a proof reader.


    cwoodward
    Participant

    An interesting interview from August

    https://news.stv.tv/world/new-global-airlines-wants-its-passengers-to-feel-like-a-million-dollars#:~:text=Mr%20Asquith%20said%20Global%20Airlines%20is%20being%20funded%20by%20a,from%20there%E2%80%9D%2C%20he%20explained.

    “I want to primarily build a legacy. I’d rather walk away with zero (money) and have something that people genuinely love.”
    The 34-year-old said the quality of food and drinks on Global Airlines aircraft will be “the best” across all transatlantic services.
    The airline, which will be based at Gatwick, will serve Laurent-Perrier champagne on its flights, and hopes to even offer passengers in economy cabins a free glass, depending on costs.
    First class ticket holders will benefit from being chauffeur driven to airports and having a “proper social space” onboard planes, Mr Asquith revealed.

    Is it all pecan pie in the sky ?


    BackOfThePlane
    Participant

    Yes…

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