Friday, March 10, 2006

New Startup Dies On The Vine

This startup was based in St. Cloud, MN.


At 6:48 AM, Anonymous Sunking737 said...

I live in MN, worked at MSP, eat, sleep, think airlines and I never even saw or heard anything about this start up.
I was a best kept secert in this state. Or I am getting old and need my hearing and vision checked. Sad to see another start up fail here in MN. I think we seen this happen before. we had a little airline start up at STP called Capital, flew Metro's lasted less then a year.

At 11:42 AM, Anonymous Tucano Bandeirante said...

No big surprise here. They had to see that there wasn't a large enough local market to support this proposed service. And never mind the fact that NW Airlink serves that market to MSP, and you're never going to break the behemoth that is Northwest in Minnesota. But I have to say I continue to be amused by all these people who are hell-bent on getting into the airline industry, God help them!!

At 10:54 PM, Blogger Emerging Airlines said...

That's certainly true. There will never be a shortage of airline business plans. We look at all of them though. Despite the fact that 99% of them are not worth the paper they are printed on, there is a real opportunity in the market for new entrants. The 1% of the plans that are good have a chance to make an impact.


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