low-cost startup DJ Air Group is hoping to soon finalize an investment scheme
that will support its launch of point-to-point service between underutilized
are in discussion with investors and hope the capitalization phase will be completed,”
DJ Air Group chairman Lorne Clark told ATI today at the World Low Cost Airlines
Congress in Miami.
declines to discuss these, but ATI
can confirm the carrier is looking to serve Worcester,
A Yale Daily News report from October
says the carrier has also been in talks with New
former Canadian ambassador, Clark was an active participant in negotiations
leading to adoption of the 2001 Cape Town Convention on aircraft financing and
says Greensboro, North Carolina-based DJ Air Group intends to “rigidly” follow
a low-cost strategy, including operating point-to-point service to underused
airports with a single fleet type.
is understood the carrier wants to initially operate Airbus A319s or Boeing
737s between five focal cities.
Air Group’s web site says the airline is seeking to “create a leading-edge
combination of low air fares and exceptional product that consistently delivers
convenient and affordable air travel”.
says it has established “a diverse and experienced management team”.