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April 3, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Freddie Laker Is Back in the Charter Air Business: Sir Freddie, who pioneered cut-rate, no-frills transatlantic flights, says he's back in business with a new charter airline that will carry passengers between U.S. cities and the Bahamas. The government of the Bahamas has approved a new Laker Airways (Bahamas) Ltd., which won a $16-million air contract from Princess Casinos Inc., Laker said in a statement. Laker's former venture, Laker Airways, went bankrupt in 1982 after 16 years in business.
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January 26, 1996 | Times Wire Services
Former Pan American World Airways Inc. executive Martin Shugrue is about to unveil a reborn version of the airline as a low-cost domestic carrier. Shugrue, Pan Am's former chief operating officer, will hold a news conference Tuesday in New York to introduce the scaled-down version of the once-dominant international airline that collapsed more than four years ago, a spokesman said.
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January 26, 1996 | Times Wire Services
Former Pan American World Airways Inc. executive Martin Shugrue is about to unveil a reborn version of the airline as a low-cost domestic carrier. Shugrue, Pan Am's former chief operating officer, will hold a news conference Tuesday in New York to introduce the scaled-down version of the once-dominant international airline that collapsed more than four years ago, a spokesman said.
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April 3, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Freddie Laker Is Back in the Charter Air Business: Sir Freddie, who pioneered cut-rate, no-frills transatlantic flights, says he's back in business with a new charter airline that will carry passengers between U.S. cities and the Bahamas. The government of the Bahamas has approved a new Laker Airways (Bahamas) Ltd., which won a $16-million air contract from Princess Casinos Inc., Laker said in a statement. Laker's former venture, Laker Airways, went bankrupt in 1982 after 16 years in business.
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