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August 12, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Skybus to Bid for Braniff: The president of Skybus, which has yet to put a plane in the sky, said he will bid for defunct Braniff Airlines as a way to get his shuttle service going. James Dent said he is in a position to offer $825,000 for the bankrupt airline's assets, corporate name, trademarks, equipment and lease of aircraft and ground support. He said he intends to use Braniff's operating certificate to fly a low-cost, no-frills shuttle between Florida and New York.
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May 10, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Airline to Offer Low Coast-to-Coast Fares: Skybus, a low-fare airline based in Florida, will begin West Coast service later this month, flying from Long Beach to Newark and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for $169 one way without restrictions. Operating a single flight a day to each destination, the small airline will launch the new service May 27 and will offer a promotional $99 one-way fare for travel through June 15. The flight to Newark includes a stop in Kansas City, Mo., and the flight to Ft.
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BUSINESS
May 10, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Airline to Offer Low Coast-to-Coast Fares: Skybus, a low-fare airline based in Florida, will begin West Coast service later this month, flying from Long Beach to Newark and Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., for $169 one way without restrictions. Operating a single flight a day to each destination, the small airline will launch the new service May 27 and will offer a promotional $99 one-way fare for travel through June 15. The flight to Newark includes a stop in Kansas City, Mo., and the flight to Ft.
BUSINESS
August 12, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Skybus to Bid for Braniff: The president of Skybus, which has yet to put a plane in the sky, said he will bid for defunct Braniff Airlines as a way to get his shuttle service going. James Dent said he is in a position to offer $825,000 for the bankrupt airline's assets, corporate name, trademarks, equipment and lease of aircraft and ground support. He said he intends to use Braniff's operating certificate to fly a low-cost, no-frills shuttle between Florida and New York.
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