BALTIA Americas Newest Airline Readies For Takeoff: SF Chronicle

Posted: May 7, 2012 in Airlines, Russia, USA
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[San Francisco Chronicle] After many years of planning is preparing to start their landmark nonstop passenger and freight service from John F Kennedy Airport in New York to St. Petersburg Russia.

Balia will offer nonstop passenger and freight services from John F Kennedy Airport in New York to St. Petersburg Russia

Balia will offer nonstop passenger and freight services from John F Kennedy Airport in New York to St. Petersburg Russia. Photo: Baltia.com

Baltia staff are presently working on the rigorous FAA Air Carrier Certification process.

Baltia is the newest airline in the United States since Virgin America completed its FAA Certification and took to the skies in 2006.

Igor Dmitrowsky, President and CEO of BALTIA, has spent years pursuing his vision and passion to bring this airline to fruition.

CEO, "Baltia aims to provide the ultimate flying experience to its passengers and bring joy and excitement to flying"

CEO, “Baltia aims to provide the ultimate flying experience to its passengers and bring joy and excitement to flying”

“Baltia aims to provide the ultimate flying experience to its passengers and bring joy and excitement to flying”, he stated. Because Baltia is thoughtfully organized and efficient, the new airline is expected to be profitable from the start.

As a JFK based airline Baltia will provide hundreds of new employment opportunities in New York.

Baltia will take passengers back to the hay days of air travel with passenger service being…..

Read the full story at SF Gate…..


San Francisco Chronicle
Monday, May 7, 2012


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