AirClipper Airlines (ACA) is Landa's Russia based airline carrier. After a decade of intensive work, ACA is poised to become a leader in the aviation technologies that predominate the industry today with leading edge supermagnetic generators and hydrogen jet engines.
ACA was re-organized from Interleges to form a highly visible and desirable carrier for single route travel market, cargo carrier in remote regions, and packaged vacation travel market. The gap exists for a low cost carrier to provide service in Eastern Europe/Asia – Trans-Atlantic market.
The gap in the availability of low cost service in these geographies is coupled with the demand for passenger travel on selected routes indicating that a new entrant airline could be expected to capture a significant portion of current local and international air travel business in the selected markets, while also generating new passenger and freight traffic.
Initially the Company plans to aggressively exploit the opportunity in the scheduled public charter markets using freight and packaged vacation service as its anchor book of business.
This coupled with the demand for passenger travel on selected routes should enable the Company to capture a significant portion of current freight and packaged vacation air travel business, while also generating new passenger and freight traffic and thus further expanding into scheduled service.
Our primary thrust will be to offer low cost freight delivery, and packaged golf and vacation tours through our affiliate tour agencies. These packages will include air, accommodation, entertainment, golf, and ground transportation. Additional charter market focus includes military movement (DOD), sporting events as well as group travel.
Our research and projections indicate that international air travel in the Eastern Europe/Asia – Trans-Atlantic market is sufficient to provide ACA with operational revenues in its first full year of operations, utilizing ten aircraft and selected long-haul routes.
Currently, ACA owns 6 passenger jets and 2 freight jets.
Contracts are being entered into for the purchase of more jets of Russian, American, Chinese, and Canadian manufacture.