Sky Pasada

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Sky Pasada
Skypasada.jpg
IATA
SP
ICAO
WCC
Callsign
-
Founded February 19, 2010
Hubs Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Fleet size 8
Destinations

11

Company slogan OK sa trip! Mabilis, safe at reliable pa.
Headquarters 960 Aurora Blvd., Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines 1109
Key people Ramon V. Guico III (President and CEO)
Website http://www.skypasada.com

WCC Aviation, Inc., operating as Sky Pasada, is an airline based in Manila, Philippines and owned by the Guico family of Pangasinan. The Guico family also owns the World Citi College and the World City Medical Center.[1] Its corporate headquarters is located at the World City Medical Center in Cubao, Quezon City. The airline is primarily serving the aeronautical highway of northern Luzon with flights to Boracay in the Visayas. On July 1, 2010, the airline suspended operations on order from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines for the repair of its fleet of 2 Let L-410 Turbolet aircraft to conform to international standards, but resumed operations on May 29, 2011.

Destinations[edit]

Sky Pasada flies to 14 domestic destinations.

Online Booking[edit]

Recently, the airline upgraded its booking system by acquiring the services of Videcom, a British company, to work on its online reservation systems. It is now one of the local airlines in the Philippines with online booking and reservation system.

Fleet[edit]

As of June 2010 Sky Pasada's fleet includes the following aircraft:

Sky Pasada Fleet
Aircraft Total
L-410 UVP 3

Incidents[edit]

  • On February 10, 2012, Sky Pasada flight SP0633, a Let L-410 from Basco, Batanes to Itbayat overran the runway due to strong winds. As a result the landing gear of the plane was destroyed.[2]
  • On September 11, 2013, a Piper Seneca plane of the charter airline crash-landed on a rice field minutes after take-off. The incident was due to power failure on its right engine. The aircraft pilot and co-pilot and the two passengers were unhurt. [3]

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