Northcoast Executive Airlines
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|Ceased operations||January 29, 1991 (Chapter 7 Bankruptcy)|
|Operating bases||Dayton General Airport|
|Company slogan||The All Business Airline|
|Headquarters||Miamisburg, OH (Dayton, OH)|
|Key people||Calvin Humphrey|
Northcoast Executive Airlines was a regional commuter airline that operated in the Midwestern United States in the early 1990s. The airline served secondary airports in larger cities with Fairchild SA227 aircraft (from the Fairchild Swearingen Metroliner family).
In late 1990, the airline announced a move from Cleveland's Burke Lakefront to the much larger Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, but later rescinded its decision and returned to Burke. The conflicting announcements and schedule changes lead to confusion. The confusion, combined with a weak regional economy, may have hastened the end of the airline.
Northcoast Executive serviced:
- "DAY Airport Facts - Dayton International Airport". Flydayton.com. Retrieved 14 October 2018.
- "Burke Airport losing its airline", Cleveland Plain Dealer, October 17, 1990, p. G1.
- Northcoast Executive restores daily airline service at Burke, Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 4, 1990, p. B18.
- Northcoast Executive Airlines Inc to remain at Burke Lakefront Airport Cleveland Plain Dealer, October 26, 1990, p E2.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-08. Retrieved 2010-10-01.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- Image of a Northcoast Executive Fairchild SA227-AC Metro III in Flint, MI
- Image of a Northcoast Executive Fairchild SA227-AC Metro III in Dayton, OH
- Image of a Northcoast Executive Airlines Schedule
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