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What's New at Atlantic Airlines


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Coming in 2013 
Kodiak Q-100 (Seaplane)
Non-Stop 8 Passenger Seaplane Service to the
Bahamas & the Out Islands


 
 Atlantic Airlines is planning to add Non-Stop Seaplane Service to the Bahamas and the out Islands of the Bahamas from Central Florida, (Tampa, Lakeland, Orlando areas). We are currently putting the program together to be presented to the Federal Aviation Administration & the Government of the Bahamas, to be added to our existing certification. The aircraft above is a photo of the Kodiak Q100 Aircraft that will be used in the Seaplane Operations to the Bahamas. We will post updates to this page as the certification progresses along. You can also follow our progress on Twitter and Facebook.


Coming in 2013 
Kodiak Q-100
8 Passenger Aircraft for those Larger Groups
This aircraft will be part of the
Florida Air Shuttle




 
 Atlantic Airlines is planning to add the Kodiak Q-100 to our current operations. We have selected the Kodiak aircraft to expand our operations because we have found no other aircraft in it's class that has the performance capabilities that the Kodiak has to offer. This aircraft will allow us to fly 8 passengers, 1 pilot and 1 Flight Attendant to and from airports that that have runways as short as 1500 feet. This aircraft has the capability that allows Atlantic Airlines to operate in most weather conditions.

We are currently putting the program together to be presented to the Federal Aviation Administration for approval to allow us to add it to our existing operations.We will post updates to this page as the certification progresses along. You can also follow our progress on Twitter and Facebook.



 


Atlantic Airlines to start
MRO in 2013

Atlantic Airlines will be starting a Maintenance Repair Organization known in the industry as an (MRO) in 2013.
The company will be called Atlantic Airlines Aircraft Services and will provide 24/7 aircraft maintenance services to outside customers who operate the same type of aircraft that Atlantic operates.

Atlantic Airlines has been fielding numerous calls for years from the industry for advice and expertise regarding maintenance procedures on how to maintain their aircraft when certain technical problems arise. By having detailed regulatory and technical information at our finger tips, along with real world practical experience, it is possible to provide a qualified solution to most major maintenance issues.

Since Atlantic Airlines maintains its own aircraft completely in-house on a 24/7 basis, including major structural repairs, powerplant overhaul, and avionics installations and has vast resources of knowledge and equipment on specific aircraft, the company felt that it is only natural to start a company to share this ability with the flying public.

Due to the fact that Atlantic Airlines will be offering these services to the public, the company will be seeking FAA certification for a Repair Station License so we may be able to offer these services from the company and not specifically from the mechanic. We expect certification to take approximately 4 to 6 months depending on FAA workload. Once these services are available, we will post the information under "What's New" and provide a link to complete company information and services offered.