bluWave to expand presence in the Bay Area
Henderson, NV — Executives at bluWave Airlines who have been analyzing the commercial aviation industry along the West coast since the company’s inception in 2010 are planning shake things up in the Bay Area of California within the next few months. They announced Thursday morning at a press conference in the lobby of the airline’s headquarters in Henderson, NV that they are in talks with The Port of Oakland and The City of San Jose to acquire gates at Oakland and San Jose during by May 30.
“We intentionally left out these two airports during our first and second years of operation because we weren’t sure if they would turn a profit for us,” Connor Levens, President and CEO of the airline, explained to the press. “We want to create an imprint in a region that already has a small market share to begin with so we can let the bluWave name thrive at locations our competitors have overlooked.”
Levens joked when he told the press that he wished him and his team conducted this research prior to the their filing for Chapter 11 last January.
“Personally, I’m excited to witness this addition to our route structure because I have family scattered throughout the Bay Area,” Michael Shaw, Director of Human Resources, joked. “But, in all seriousness, that’s exactly what this addition should do: further connect our customers by offering more direct service to their final destination.”
From Oakland to Seattle:
Flight 340 Departs: 5:00 p.m. Arrives: 7:00 p.m.
From Oakland to Long Beach:
Flight 335 Departs: 2:15 p.m. Arrives: 3:30 p.m.
From San Jose to Long Beach:
Flight 345 Departs: 11:00 a.m. Arrives: 12:00 p.m.
From San Jose to Phoenix:
Flight 450 Departs: 5:00 p.m. Arrives: 6:45 p.m.
The airline announced that it will begin selling tickets for its new routes on Sunday, April 1 at midnight. Each flight will be flown with the airline’s brand new, mainstay 737 aircraft which features mood-lighting in its single-class cabin, enhanced LCD monitors which passengers can customize from the comfort of their seat to enhance inflight entertainment, in addition to inflight Wi-Fi Internet service.
The two executives at the company declined to comment on plans post-expansion to the Bay Area, but stated that they plan to add at least a total of four (4) new destinations by the end of this year.
About bluWave Airlines ——————————————————————————————————————
bluWave Airlines, Inc. was founded in the autumn of 2010 and serves eleven (11) destinations in seven (7) states and carries over four (4) million passengers annually (estimated). The airline holds a partnership with the Starbucks Corporation and serves the Starbucks House blend on each of its flights. Its flagship aircraft is the Boeing 737-800, each of which are equipped with winglets and the newest RNAV equipment. The airline is in no alliance and at the moment has no partnerships with other airlines in the virtual airline industry. bluWave Airlines, Inc. is not a public company.
NOTE: This document is fictional. There is no real-world airline known as bluWave Airlines and there is no real-world affiliation with the Starbucks Corp.