Airlines, Inc. is Certificated as an Air Carrier by the United
States Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration
under Federal Aviation Regulations Part 135. Atlantic Airlines,
Inc. is authorized to transport by air, Passengers, Air Cargo,
US Mail and
hazardous materials. A
copy of our Air Carrier Certificate can be found by clicking
the link below. Should you have any additional questions, please
contact our General Office listed on our Contact Us
Airlines, Inc. is a Corporation headquartered in the
State of Florida, and Atlantic Airlines® is a Registered
Trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office
located in Washington, D.C.
Passenger and Air Cargo Services are headquartered at the Lakeland
Linder Regional Airport, located in Lakeland, Florida. All passengers
and Air Cargo for transportation are boarded at the Main Terminal.
Atlantic Airlines flight and maintenance
operations are located at the Atlantic Airlines Operations Hangar
at the Lakeland Linder Regional Airport with its location at
3905 Aero Place, Hangar 19, Lakeland, Florida 33811. All cargo
and passenger reservations, flight dispatch, flight following,
flight crew training and aircraft maintenance will be conducted
at the Operations Hangar.
Atlantic Airlines, "America's Hometown Airline" is now offering
air service to more than 86 cities in Florida. The new air service
known as the "Florida Air
Shuttle" is specializing in providing air transportation
to and from most Major Airports in Florida, and flying to those
hard to get to Florida cities that have limited or no air service
at all, utilizing our Cessna 172 aircraft as shown on the top
of this web page.
With the Cessna 172 single engine aircraft, we are able to serve
the smaller communities where it is impossible to land large
commercial aircraft, due to the fact that the airport runway
is just too small for that type of aircraft. The Cessna 172 was
designed & manufactured to fly in and out of these smaller
airports with ease.
Many passengers would prefer to
fly out of the smaller community airports that is more convenient
to them, but the problem has always been, there is no scheduled
air service of any kind from these airports. Atlantic Airlines
visions these departing airline passengers of these smaller communities
to come to the Atlantic Airlines Ticket Counter at their local
airport, pick up their tickets and boarding passes for all airlines
with a connection on Atlantic, park their cars for free, check their bags for their entire
trip at the ticket counter, eat in the local airport restaurant,
go through pre-security screening, and board an Atlantic Airlines
flight to any other city that Atlantic serves, and be able to
make a connection, if required, to any of the major carriers.
In addition, arriving passengers to these same smaller community
airports will be able to deplane and have a short walk to the
terminal, a no hassle experience in retrieving their bags, and
a very short walk to their cars ,or be able to easily pick up
a car rental, and purchase tickets for nearby attractions.
September 11, 2001 our airline industry has been going through
many changes. Most of us would agree that the changes are for
the good of the traveling public,
but with these changes come some inconvencies, such as delays
during check-in, and giving up a little of our privacy. Atlantic
Airlines will do everything in our power to minimize these inconvencies.
We feel flying out of these smaller airports will be one way
to reduce the delays, by just getting away from where all of
the congestion is. We feel that once you fly on Atlantic Airlines,
you will agree that this is a much better way to fly.
Atlantic Airlines, Inc.
Mark A. Blanton
President & Chief Executive Officer