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#1 RoyRoy

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Posted 21.09.2015 - 12:31

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Ameriwest spreads more LOVE to Denver and Tampa

 

Today, Love Field, Dallas' home grown airline Ameriwest Airlines announces significant expansion from 3 of its hubs as well as key markets. This is due to the acquisition of FOUR MORE AIRCRAFT to its fleet including a TWELTH MD80 aircraft and a new ac type to the fleet the 138 seat Boeing 737-300 (Of which 3 have been acquired).

 

Operations have been bolstered at 3 of our hubs with two aircraft being based at our Dallas/Love Field home base, and an additional aircraft at both Houston/Hobby and Chicago/Midway. Denver and Tampa are two key markets that have seen and increase by massive 500% and 300% respectively. Tampa welcomes a second daily flight each from DAL and HOU and Denver sees an extra daily flight from our Chicago/Midway hub. Although Baltimore did not receive an extra aircraft, the hub is bolstered by extra service to MDW along with a few more "Hub Love" routes (DAL-HOU & HOU-MDW)

 

In addition we have started a BRAND NEW service to Denver from our Dallas/Love Field hub. The 3 daily services provide plenty of capacity between the two Global Cities. Not only this but Through and Connecting service is offered from DAL to SAT,HOU & TPA.

 

Overall we have the following schedule changes for our 4 hubs (DAL/HOU/MDW/BWI):

 

Baltimore - Chicago/Midway Service increased from 1 to 2xDaily

 

Chicago/Midway - Denver Service increases from 1 to 2xDaily

Chicago/Midway - Houston/Hobby Service increases from 1 to 2xDaily

Chicago/Midway - Indianapolis Service increases from 1 to 2xDaily

 

Dallas/Love Field - Denver NEW 3xDaily service 

Dallas/Love Field - Houston Service increased from 4 to 6xDaily

Dallas/Love Field - Tampa Service increased from 1 to 2xDaily

 

Houston Hobby - San Antonio Service increased from 1 to 2xDaily

Houston Hobby - Tampa Service increased from 1 to 2xDaily

 

As a result of these increases we now have the following service from our 4 hubs.

 

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Posted 21.09.2015 - 13:30

I like your nice press releases you have been doing since some time ago. Just a question... why do you do so much airline/server hopping? What happened to AeroGaruda? It was a large airline. Did you get bored there or wasn't it going well? Do you need some help? I have nothing against your style, I am just curious why you are changing airlines/servers so much.



#3 RoyRoy

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Posted 21.09.2015 - 13:44

Hi

Thank you very much. Aero Garuda was running out of space and to be honest theres some regions I like, some I don't. Ive tried international from Indonesia from a few servers and struggled so decided to leave it. Im a big experimenter of strategies just out of fun more than anything. My quimby airlines have always been good just yet to establish on existing servers



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Posted 21.09.2015 - 17:08

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BALTIMORE RECEIVES SOME BELATED LOVE

 

Although a bit later than the other hubs, Love Field based Ameriwest Airlines has decided to give its smallest base some LOVE. Baltimore/Washington International is receiving its SECOND based aircraft. With this we have tripled flights to New York/La Guardia as well as doubling flights to Charlotte and Norfolk.

 

The major expansion to LGA is a result of the heavy demand between the huge business centres of New York and the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. The business flyers demand flexibility to be able to chop and change their flights last minute throughout the day to suit their needs, which can only be achieved with higher frequencies.

 

Schedule changes are as follows

 

Baltimore/Washington - Charlotte Service increased from 1 to 2xDaily (Through and connecting service available to DTW, MDW & LGA)

 

Baltimore/Washington - New York/La Guardia Service increased from 1 to 3xDaily (Through and connecting service available to CLT, ORF & MDW)

 

Baltimore/Washington - Norfolk Service increased from 1 to 2xDaily (Through and connecting service available to DTW, LGA & MDW)

 

This now means we operate 10 Daily flights from the airport to 5 cities in the Northwest.

 

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Posted 22.09.2015 - 16:36

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ALBUQUERQUE'S TURN TO FEEL THE "AMERIWEST LOVE"

 

Today, rapidly growing Dallas based airline has announced the increased "Ameriwest Love" it is giving to Albuquerque/Santa Fe. We have teamed up with New Mexico to provide vacation packages to the nearby national parks and Ski Valley. We have added an extra 4 Daily flights to ABQ with 2 extra flights to Dallas/Love Field (Now 3 times daily) as well as brand new routes to Denver (Daily) and a new route for the airport to our Houston/Hobby base, taking the number of departures we have a week to 35.

 

We will look to add further opportunities on our network with the airport keen on adding a service into our Chicago/Midway base as well as potential "non-base" stations.

 

Love Field keeps expanding

 

As well as increased services at ABQ, Ameriwest Airlines is also please to announce to continued expansion of its operations at it's Dallas/Love Field home base.

 

An extra MD80 has been based at the airport to expand our offerings on the following routes:

 

Dallas (Love/Field) - Albuquerque Service increases from 1 to 3 times daily

Dallas (Love/Field) - Chicago (Midway) Service increases from 1 to 2xDaily

Dallas (Love/Field) - San Antonio Service increases from 3 to 4 times daily

 

This now means we operate around 30 daily flights to 13 destinations from the airport - Now the 2nd largest carrier when measured by departures. We want to significantly increase services on existing routes before will look to add stations to the network.

 

 

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Posted 24.09.2015 - 15:40

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IT'S A BREEZE TO SEE THE WINDY CITY WITH AMERIWEST

 

Today, Dallas/Love Field based Ameriwest Airlines has made it even easier for travellers to visit Chicago. From 27th September the fast growing airline will provide additional daily services from the Chicago's Midway Airport. The additional services on current routes show the strong demand experiencing in the region for its low fares. The schedule changes are as follows:

 

Chicago/Midway - Dallas/Love field Service increases from 2 to 3 times daily (Through and connecting service available to 12 other markets)

 

Chicago/Midway - New York/La Guardia Service increases from 1 to 2 times daily (Through and connecting service available to 8 other markets)

 

Chicago/Midway - St Louis Service increases from 1 to 2 times daily (Through and connecting service available to 8 other markets)

 

These new additions now mean we offer over 20 daily flights from the airport to 10 Cities across our network.

 

 

WICHITA LEAVES THE NETWORK

 

Its with great disappointment the Ameriwest Airlines is announcing the closure of its Wichita station. This is coming about due to the airline deciding to pull its daily flight to Dallas due to lower than expected performance on the route. It is unknown whether the slots will be used for another route as yet.

 

The chart below lists the largest stations on our network

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As you can see the number of cities served at our 4 hubs have not really changed however there has been an increase in frequencies on our existing routes. The aim is to have at least 3 flights a day into every station before we look to expand our network

 

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Posted 25.09.2015 - 14:57

I've been following. Great stories and promo materials. Good job!

Do you model your airlines after Southwest?



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Posted 25.09.2015 - 16:00

Wichita is a good market but you must have really many connections in your hub to fill planes. There is not much O/D to any specific place.

#9 RoyRoy

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Posted 25.09.2015 - 16:56

yeah I am modelling this airline on Southwest. I was debating making a DAL-ICT-MDW flight which would of filled it but at the minute I haven't any spare aircraft. Struggle at the minute is the cost of maintenance



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Posted 25.09.2015 - 19:04

Who is your maintenance provider?

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Posted 25.09.2015 - 23:19

It was Amethyst but ive change to Helvetica

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Posted 25.09.2015 - 23:26

Your maintenance cost will now go substantially down.

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Posted 28.09.2015 - 09:40

Yeah it seems to have worked and I should be profitable this week



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Posted 29.09.2015 - 11:36

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AMERIWEST BRANCHES MORE LOVE OUT TO TAMPA

 

Tampa, the former "Cigar City" is something of a jewel in the crown of Dallas/Love Field based Ameriwest Airlines. The Western Florida city is among the highest performing stations on the network and currently has 4 daily flight with 2 each to both Dallas and Houston/Hobby. Today the airline is adding a third destination for the people of tampa with a daily flight to MOBILE, ALABAMA.

The flight will operate as a Dallas/Love - Mobile - Tampa routing and already there are strong forward bookings on the route. The one stop service was decided in a bid to improve the fortunes of the Mobile station which has been struggling with its Daily Dallas service. Already the route is significantly improved showing the potential other 1-stop routes on the network - One could be the potential return of Wichita on a Dallas-Wichita-Denver service. 

 

TEXAN SERVICES INCREASED

 

In addition to the new Tampa service we also added a third daily service to each of Austin and El Paso from Dallas. This now means we operate approximately 16 daily flights from Dallas to SAT, AUS, ELP & HOU as well as 11 Daily flights from Houston/Hobby to AUS, DAL and SAT.

 

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Posted 02.10.2015 - 11:48

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AMERIWEST LAUNCHES INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING

 

Today, fast growing Dallas based Ameriwest Airlines has announced it has launched it's Initial Public Offering. Under the code "LUV" the airline hopes to raise funds to continue its rapid expansion.



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Posted 04.10.2015 - 20:33

Congratulations on your successful IPO!



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Posted 05.10.2015 - 12:54

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INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING PROVES TO BE A SUCCESS

 

This weekend, the highly anticipated initial Public Offering was hailed a complete success. With the funds raised from this we have acquired our EIGHTEENTH MD80 series aircraft as well as our first ever B737NG aircraft. The 14 year old B37-800W is the largest aircraft in our fleet with capacity to seat 168 passengers.

The aircraft is being deployed on longer routes where the superior costs are larger than other aircraft in the fleet.

 

VIVVVAAAA LAS VEGAS

 

Ameriwest Airlines, the fast growing Dallas-Based airline has announced to opening of its newest station, none other than the entertainment capital of the world - LAS VEGAS. The city of lights is the airline's most western destination and is a huge centre for Business and tourists alike.

 

The airline is starting operations at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport with 5 Daily flights to 4 cities. Daily flights to Dallas (Love Field) and Chicago (Midway) are being flown with the B738 whilst Twice Daily service to Denver and Daily flight Albuquerque are being operated with an MD80.  

 

Through and connecting service is offered from DAL (to TPA, MOB, HOU,OKC, AUS & SAT), MDW (to LGA & DTW), DEN ( to MDW & ABQ)

 

We will look to add further services from LAS and other stations on our network when aircraft become available. Currently MDW-LAS is the longest route on our network, Baltimore will surpass that should that station gain a flight.

 

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Posted 08.10.2015 - 11:54

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MORE LOVE TO THE MILE HIGH CITY

 

Denver, Colorado - the "Mile-high" city is a very significant station in the network of fast growing airline Ameriwest Airlines. With addition of an MD82 the airline has further increased its services from the mid-western airport. A third daily flight is added to Las Vegas, a second to Albuquerque. Both cities have huge demand to/from Denver and more services were required.  

 

Also the airline is excited to announce a brand new route on the network, connecting Denver to the Minnesotan City of Minneapolis. The daily service brings the Ameriwest love to connect the megahubs. Through and connecting service is offered to both Albuquerque and Las Vegas.

 

Denver now takes over Baltimore as the 4th largest station on our network with 11 Daily flights to 5 destinations throughout our network.

 

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As you can see the Ameriwest network is starting to connect more and more the whole of the USA.

 

 

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Posted 13.10.2015 - 13:57

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Central Love from Ameriwest

 

This week, fast growing Dallas based airline Ameriwest Airlines has broken through the 25 aircraft milestone - not a bad achievement considering the airline is not a month old yet. AC#24 and 25# have been placed in our central and eastern hubs of Chicago/Midway and Baltimore International to bolster operations there. Frequencies have been increased on various existing routes where demand is very strong.

 

Not only this but a new route has also been introduced to Florida - Our first from the region!!! A daily flight from our Baltimore base to our "Floridian Gateway" at Tampa Bay has been announced. Baltimore is the fourth destination (After Dallas, Houston and Mobile) to gain a route to Tampa - one of strongest stations network wide.

 

Frequency increases have been announced on the following routes

 

Baltimore - Chicago/Midway Third Daily flight added

Baltimore - New York/La Guardia Fourth Daily flight added

Baltimore - Norfolk Third Daily flight added

Baltimore - Tampa NEW Daily service

 

Chicago/Midway - Dallas/Love Field Fourth Daily Flight Added

Chicago/Midway - Indianapolis Third Daily Flight Added

 

 

City Daily Departures Non Stop Cities Dallas (Love) 34 13 Chicago (Midway) 25 11 Houston (Hobby) 17 6 Baltimore 14 6 Denver 11 5 San Antonio 7 2 Albuquerque 7 4 New York (La Guardia) 6 2

 

As you can see from the table most of the main stations have expanded with Baltimore getting almost as busy as Houston now. What is interesting is the emergence of Denver & Albuquerque has growing hub and our gateways to the west.

 

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Posted 30.10.2015 - 15:19

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TEXANS HEAD TO CORPUS CHRISTI

 

This week, Dallas based Ameriwest Airlines has announced the launch of it's TWENTY SIXTH STATION -Corpus Christi on the Texan Gulf Coast. The city is the Sixth Texan destination on our route network, stressing the importance of our home state.

 

The coastal city is hugely popular in the energy sector as well as being a major tourist attraction, where you can visit North Beach, the Texas State Aquarium and the USS Lexington floating museum. Twice Daily flights have started from Dallas/Love Field and a Daily service to Houston/Hobby. Through and connecting service is offered to 11 other destinations on our network.

 

KANSAS GETS AN INCREASE

 

Also this week, Kansas City has seen it's Ameriwest services TREBLE. In addition to the very successful Daily Dallas route, Daily flights have been announced from Houston/Hobby and Chicago/Midway. This provides many more additional connecting stations throughout the network for the people of Kansas.

 

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