Vision Airlines, formerly Vision Air, is an airline headquartered in North Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The airline operates flights for their tour business of the Grand Canyon, Marble Canyon, Hoover Dam, and Monument Valley out of North Las Vegas airport utilizing Dornier 228 and Dornier 328 aircraft. In addition, during the summer months, Vision Airlines transports white water rafters to various destinations along the Colorado River.
Vision Airlines also operates a charter division that utilizes Boeing 737, Boeing 767, Dornier 228 and Dornier 328 aircraft.
Vision Airlines currently operates out of three hubs, North Las Vegas Airport, Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport and Miami International Airport.
Vision Airlines is a C.A.S.S. (Cockpit Access Security System) participant (Jump seat
The airline was established in 1992 and started operations in April 1992. In December 2000 LAN Airlines purchased a 25% stake in MasAir, which has since increased. It is owned by LAN (39.5%) and Promotoro Aerea Latinoamericana and has 182 employees (at March 2007).[
The airline was founded in 1946 by three ex-employees of Sabena. The airline quickly flourished and turned a reasonable profit, and was on its way to become a serious competitor to Sabena. So Sabena took a majority share in Sobelair. The company became a full daughter of Sabena, and concentrated itself on charter flights. On January 19, 2004, some two years after mother airline Sabena, the airline declared bankruptcy. In June 2004, the bankruptcy was declared invalid. However, service did not resume, as no infrastructure nor personnel remained.
Skymark Airlines Inc. (スカイマーク株式会社, Sukaimāku Kabushiki-gaisha?) is an airline headquartered in Ōta, Tokyo, Japan. It operates scheduled passenger services on Japan's regional routes and international charter flights to Seoul. Its main base is Tokyo International Airport (Haneda).
It plans to develop Kobe Airport into a regional hub by 2014, aiming to fly routes from Kobe to Sapporo, Sendai, Matsuyama, Fukuoka, Kumamoto, and Naha