Report: Carlsbad Airline California Pacific Sees Delay

The local airline company "is in a dispute with the Federal Aviation Administration," according to a U-T San Diego report.

Carlsbad airline California Pacific won't take off anytime soon.

The airline "is in a dispute with the Federal Aviation Administration that has brought its licensing status back to the early stages of a complex process that can take months," according to a U-T San Diego report.

Owner Ted Vallas told the newspaper that he "hopes to have it running in three to six months."

John O'Reilly February 06, 2013 at 03:55 PM
In an underhanded and unethical move - the FAA has reneged on California Pacific Airlines approval to fly out of Carlsbad- apparently changing their mind on basic assumptions that were approved at the beginning of the process years ago. Please call Darrell Issa's office (202) 225-3906 and let your voice be heard. this hurts our economy in multiple ways, which harms us.
WH February 07, 2013 at 12:44 AM
This is the FAA. This is the FAA on .gov Any questions?


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