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All Press Releases From Legacy Air Service (1977-)


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Press Release #1: Jan 20th, 1977:

Legacy Air Service has just recently purchased its 5th airliner: A Boeing 707-320B (G-EPCU) that has been assigned our new LHR-IAD route (2 daily flights). This aircraft is joining our 4 Hawker-Siddeley Trident 2Es in our ever-growing fleet. Soon, we at Legacy Air Service intend to add Dubai* (707-320B),  Athens** (Trident 2E), and Geneva*** (Trident 2E) to our destinations. We hope you will fly with us soon. 

 

 

*UAE

**Greece

***Switzerland

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UPDATE ON PRESS RELEASE #2:

As all routes have been scheduled, Legacy Air Service has decided to release its fleet list and destinations.

Fleet:

  • 5x 737-200A

Destinations:

  • St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Belfast, Ireland
  • Athens, Greece
  • Madrid, Spain
  • London, England
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Press Release #3: March 20th, 1977:

Legacy Air Service is pleased to announce that our first 747-100 has joined our fleet, flying daily service from our Berlin Schönefeld Airport hub to New York, La Guardia. This expansion will be one of many, as we intend to expand operations to Dubai using another 747-100 (to be purchased, upon successful operation commencement of our previous 747-100) that will continue to make our fleet grow. We hope you will fly with us soon.

 

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Press Release #4: May 19th, 1977:

Legacy Air Service is pleased to announce the success of our Berlin-New York and our Berlin-Dubai routes. As a result of this growth, Legacy Air Service will be looking to partner with other airlines in a brand-new alliance, the Global Worldwide Airline Alliance (AKA Global Alliance). As we continue to grow, more planes and destinations are needed to enable this growth. Therefore, Legacy Air Service has decided to purchase a Boeing 747-100. Prior to this, all other aircraft ordered were on a 15-year lease. This is our first step towards self-sufficiency. We will be putting this 747-100 to use on another route towards North America. Legacy Air Service is considering expanding its fleet with several more purchased Boeing 737-200A aircraft flying local routes in Europe. We hope that you will continue to fly with us as we expand our services to you.

-NH04, CEO of Legacy Air Service and head of Global Alliance

 

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Press Release #5: December 15th, 1977:

Since our last press release, Legacy Air Service has greatly expanded its fleet and destinations. Here is our current fleet:

  • 9x 737-200A
  • 4x 747-100
  • 1x L-1011-100

And our current list of destinations by popularity (highest to lowest):

  1. St. Petersburg, Russia (2x 737-200A)
  2. Xi'an, China (1x L-1011-100, 1x 747-100)
  3. Paris, France (1x 737-200A)
  4. London, England (1x 737-200A)
  5. New York, USA (1x 747-100)
  6. Dublin, Ireland (1x 737-200A)
  7. Dubai, UAE (1x 747-100)
  8. Athens, Greece (1x 737-200A)
  9. Madrid, Spain (1x 737-200A)
  10. Geneva, Switzerland (1x 737-200A)
  11. Atlanta, USA (1x 747-100)
  12. Oslo, Norway (1x 737-200A)

More destinations and aircraft are coming soon, and we hope you will continue to fly with us as we grow our services for you.

-NH04, CEO of Legacy Air Service and head of Global Alliance

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Press Release #6: December 18th, 1977:

All of our current fleet will be undergoing D-Checks in 1986, so expect mass groundings of all of the current aircraft. As we are continuing to expand our fleet, we will be buying more airplanes, meaning that this should not be a fleetwide emergency grounding, but instead a large-scale maintenance grounding. This is scheduled, so there should be no cause for alarm. This is merely a reminder that will be reissued at least one year away from the due date of the first aircraft. A list of planes and routes that will be affected follows:

  1. St. Petersburg, Russia (2x 737-200A)
  2. Xi'an, China (1x L-1011-100, 1x 747-100)
  3. Paris, France (1x 737-200A)
  4. London, England (1x 737-200A)
  5. New York, USA (1x 747-100)
  6. Dublin, Ireland (1x 737-200A)
  7. Dubai, UAE (1x 747-100)
  8. Athens, Greece (1x 737-200A)
  9. Madrid, Spain (1x 737-200A)
  10. Geneva, Switzerland (1x 737-200A)
  11. Atlanta, USA (1x 747-100)
  12. Oslo, Norway (1x 737-200A)

Thank you for your cooperation.

-NH04, CEO of Legacy Air Service and head of Global Alliance

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