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filed an application with the Securities and Exchange Commission to revoke its declaration of incorporation for an initial tender offer.
Jet Pogo was hoping to contribute $46.5 million in proceeds from the initial public offering to finance the Eclipse aircraft which was expected to increase to 115 aircraft by the end of 2011. Prior to choosing the Eclipse 500, Pogo had placed an order for 75 Adam A700 XLJs; both Eclipse and Adam are now broke.
Lufttaxi formally referred to as 'Pogo
The Pogo is the new name for the planned air taxi service, formerly known as AirTaxi and managed by People Express creator Donald Burr and former American chairman Bob Crandall.... "Our goal was to find a name that was both "unconventional" and "accessible," that would convey the concept of quickly jumping from one place to another," said Burr, the company's chief executive officer.
Airtaxis Top 4 for business travellers
These are some of the best air taxi rides in the state. The SATSair is an air taxi operator based in Greenville, SC. It provides airport management solutions to local and regional authorities throughout the southeastern United States. There are several price option available to corporate travellers. Clients can receive a five-hour bundle ($2,795), a fifty-hour bundle ($22,000), or an hourly fee ($595) if they use the SLA.
Cessna Grand Caravans can accommodate up to eight occupants and two aviators. Cessnas will be used for the bigger groups and will be used by clients for whom greater priority is given to time. The Pogo could be one of the largest records in the air taxi business - once they've introduced the SAT.
Under the leadership of former American Airlines CEO Robert Crandall, Pogo pledged to provide services at approximately 5,000 local aerodromes throughout the state. They are waiting for their supply of a VLJ, but once they own it, the company's financiers and senior managers make it a safe choice.
One of the most exciting air taxi operators is Dayjet. Headquartered in Delray Beach, FL, the Delray Beach corporation will provide services in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. VLJ's first deliveries are expected by the end of the second trimester of 2007, and its facilities are already equipped with arrangements with several local airport operators.
Boca Raton, Gainesville, Lakeland and Pensacola were recently named as the first DayPorts for the Florida area.