Buzz Airways

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Buzz Airways
Buzz-airways.jpg
IATA ICAO Callsign
1X VTE VOLUNTEER
Commenced operations2014
Ceased operations2017
Operating basesBranson Airport
Fleet size4
Destinations3
HeadquartersBranson, Missouri
Websitewww.buzzair.com

Buzz Airways was a virtual passenger airline that commenced operations on June 12, 2014 out of Branson Airport In Branson, Missouri. Flights were operated as public charters operated by Corporate Flight Management utilizing Jetstream 41 aircraft.

Corporate Flight Management previously operated service to Branson under the Branson Air Express banner.

Buzz Airways service resumed on May 8, 2015 to Austin and Chicago from Branson.[1]

Buzz Airways' 2016 slate of service from Branson was to Austin and New Orleans and began May 27, 2016.

The Buzz Airways service has now ended.

Former destinations[edit]

Fleet[edit]

Buzz Airways Fleet as of April 2015:[2]

Aircraft In fleet Passengers Notes
BAe Jetstream 41 4 30 Operated by Corporate Flight Management

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gounley, Thomas. Branson Airport’s 2015 service begins to take shape, Springfield News-Leader, December 27, 2014, Retrieved 2015-01-02
  2. ^ http://www.buzzair.com/fleet/ Buzz Airways Fleet

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