The Pride Group of Companies Press
Posted 06.07.2017 - 15:16
While we have been around for a while, this is our first press release.
The Pride Group of Companies, is built on three holdings;
Talon Aerospace Group in Brazil
Pride Group in Mexico
Oceanic Pride in the land down under
These three holdings along with Pride Aero have formed a small alliance for the non-flying units of the Group, Pride World.
All flying Companies are proud members of Diamond Star Alliance, the largest alliance on Idlewild. Overall the Pride Group consists of the following units
Pride Aero is a leasing and logistics company based on Grand Cayman Island. The tax savings this company achieves are passed down to you the leasing or logistics customer.
Caribbean Pride Air
Based in Saint Kitts and Nevis, this airline strives to bring the finest air service to these small, but beautiful Islands, and to the rest of the Caribbean as well.
Australian Pride Air
Australian Pride is based in Melbourne, and brings our unique brand of high end service to that great city.
Outback Pride Air
Also operating in Australia, Outback provides service to Adelaide, and Perth.
Mexican Pride Air
Based in Mexico City, we provide service to all of Mexico, with a second hub in Cancun.
Pride Express Air
Also based in Mexico, providing service to Guadalajara, and Monterrey
African Pride Air
Based in Abidjan, we bring the Pride ideals, and unique brand to Africa
Based in one of the poorest countries in Africa, we bring new opportunities to the great people of Chad, and also provide Air Freight services worldwide.
In Brazil we have three airlines, that are also part of the CBA consortium.
CBA Brazilian Pride Air
CBA Pride Air Amazon
CBA Cèus da Selva
These airlines work together with
CBA Sky Brazil
CBA Brasileira Internacional
All of these airlines work towards the common goal of providing the absolute best air services to Brazil and beyond.
Along with our commitment to quality Air Travel, the Pride Group has another agenda. We support all forms of equality, and we aren't afraid to bring that message anywhere in the world. In Chad, for example, our company employs 100% local people. These people come from the various backgrounds of people in Chad. Some are Muslim, some are Christian, some are in the LGBT community, it simply doesn't matter. We also give back to the countries we serve, not only by adding jobs and taxes to those countries, but by donating large sums to local groups that can do the most good.
Our primary goal, as you might expect with a name like PRIDE, is to support LGBTQ equality worldwide. We have many members of the community working within the group, and our CEO belongs to that community as well.
End H8! Fly with PRIDE!
Posted 17.07.2017 - 22:05
Posted 23.07.2017 - 20:00
After testing several models of A32X aircraft, we have come to an agreement with Airbus to supply us with 200+ Aircraft. The bulk of these orders will be for the A320 NEO, with a significant number of 321 NEO as well. All of our NEO aircraft will be Pratt powered as we are quite pleased with the performance of the Pratt engines in the C-Series fleets of our other Airlines. While the NEO models will form the bulk of the orders, we will also have a fair number of 318s as well. We are, like many, patiently awaiting the final specifications of the 321 NEO LR, and we expect to order this aircraft as well.
On the Widebody front Mexican Pride remains committed to Boeings "Queen of the Skies" the 747. We have some 744s in the fleet right now, and we expect to replace them in the coming months with with the amazing 747-8i. After testing two of these fantastic aircraft, we are fully committed to this model in the future.
Posted 05.08.2017 - 16:54
Posted 10.08.2017 - 20:02
Pride Express Air, the Pride Groups regional airline in Mexico, is pleased to announce that we have completed the transition of flights from Bombardiers CRJ 1000 aircraft, to the Bombardier C-Series 100. While the CRK is an efficient and capable aircraft, we have decided that the improved passenger experience of the CS1, is a better fit for our brand of service. We hold no bad feelings toward the CRK as it served us well, but it was time for an upgrade. Of course we will continue to operate the CRJ-700 into smaller airports, in order to be able to offer our customers a pure jet airline.
Posted 12.08.2017 - 17:45
Unbeknownst to the rest of the company, our CEO had a special aircraft livery applied to one of CBA Pride Air Amazons planes. She is known now as Carnaval! And she has been put to work on our special Carnaval service, flying daily between New Orleans and Rio de Janeiro. He says it's for commercial reasons, but we think he did it for himself. Anyway come join our Carnaval flight, with extra special on board service! Oh, and don't forget your beads!
Posted 12.08.2017 - 23:17
CBA sounds a lot like CBE, what a coincidence. Would love to fly with that special carnaval plane to one of my favorite cities in the world, Rio!
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