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New Routes Announced by California Pacific Airlines

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Hot off the heels of commencing service out of Carlsbad's McClellan-Palomar Airport in early-November, California Pacific Airlines has announced two new routes from their home base. Starting March 1, 2019, CP Air will begin service from Carlsbad to Sacramento. And slated to start March 15, 2019, the airline will connect their Carlsbad hub via a layover at Phoenix-Mesa with Denver International, their hub for the Essential Air Service flights to two South Dakota destinations, which they… (www.thecoastnews.com) More...

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xtoler
Larry Toler 2
Unfortunately using turboprops will not draw in your average, garden variety payin pax. A lot of airlines here in the US switched to mostly RJ'S for feeder service. They probably got a pretty good deal on the used ERJ's. It's also probably easier to fill a 50 seat aircraft as opposed to 70 seats this early in their venture.
djjamar
Jamar Jackson 2
So Americans hate propellers after the Indiana and New York crashes. How sad. Only horizon and Fed EX will have prop fleets.
xtoler
Larry Toler 2
That's the unfortunate truth. Even the smaller ERJ's and CRJ's are looked down on by most pax. Most pax aren't very enthused about flying anyway.
djjamar
Jamar Jackson 2
Why won't a new carrier use large Turbo prop planes such ATR or the Q400. Seems these jets are costly for a new kids on the block.

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