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Gulfstream acquires new aircraft to fly Bahamas routes

first_imgLifestyleTravel Gulfstream acquires new aircraft to fly Bahamas routes by: – October 26, 2011 24 Views   no discussions Tweet Image via: FlickrFORT LAUDERDALE, USA — Gulfstream International Airlines has reached an agreement with Saab Aircraft Leasing to purchase six, 34-seat Saab 340Bplus aircraft. The Fort Lauderdale-based airline, which serves more destinations in The Bahamas than any other US carrier, will deploy all six Saabs along its Florida/Bahamas routes, replacing smaller, 19-seat Beechcraft 1900D aircraft.“This investment will enhance our customers’ flight experiences by providing them with the premium service and comfort they value and deserve” said Darrell Richardson, Gulfstream CEO. Saab 340Bplus aircraft features include comfortable seating for 34 passengers, large, easy-to-access overhead bins, personalized flight attendant service, an active noise reduction system, and convenient on-board lavatories.Gulfstream will integrate the six new aircraft into its fleet over a nine-month period beginning in mid-November 2011 when the first 340Bplus is slated for delivery. Each aircraft will be subject to a period of inspection and certification under US and Bahamian aviation regulations to ensure full compliance with all safety and operational requirements prior to initiating scheduled passenger service. In-service dates for the new aircraft type will be announced upon receipt of regulatory approvals.Caribbean News Now Sharecenter_img Sharing is caring! Share Sharelast_img read more

Cazenovia boys soccer routs Chittenango, 5-1

first_imgEight different players scored for the Bears against Homer, with only Aiden Adams getting two goals, though Tom McIntosh and Josh Mattia both were credited with a pair of assists.Anthony Roberts, David Mullin and Devon Hardy each finished with one goal and one assist, while Sean Larsson, Brian Schermerhorn and Austin Strickler also converted.At least Chittenango got to play on Tuesday – something Cazenovia could not do as rain and lightning forced the Lakers to abandon its game at Phoenix.Fresh off beating Chittenango, on Saturday Cazenovia hosted Oneida, and after a modest start took over with a string of goals early in the second half on the way to shutting out the Indians 5-0.Brian Pezzi went to the forefront, scoring twice and picking up an assist, but Spires wasn’t quiet, getting one goal and one assist. Bryan Roca and Charlie Aronson also found the net. Mike Senehi also had an assist.Now at 9-3 overall, Cazenovia battle its fellow Lakers from Skaneateles Thursday night, two days after Chittenango faces them as the Bears (8-3-1) also go to Phoenix on Thursday, its last four regular-season games all on the road.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story In the first half, the Bears did get on the board with Arthur Paul’s goal, assisted by Tom McIntosh. But with Spires twice taking part in scoring plays, the Lakers still were up 2-1 at the break.Spires then really caught fire, three times burning Chittenango in the second half as he finished night by scoring four goals and assisting on the other, by Max Michael. That overcame nine saves by Bears goalie Will Simmons.The game was originally set for last Thursday night, but moved up 24 hours. This meant Chittenango was just one day removed from its 9-1 romp over the Homer Trojans. When the Cazenovia and Chittenango boys soccer teams gathered last Wednesday night, summer warmth was gone, replaced by chilly temperatures and a reminder that the rest of the season would included plenty of more elements.Regardless of the conditions, though, the only thing that mattered on this night was that the Lakers were sharp, potent and ultimately far too much to handle, especially Joe Spires as he led his side to a 5-1 victory over the Bears.Going into the game, Cazenovia was 7-3, but in its previous game had struggled in a 4-0 defeat to Whitesboro on Sept. 27. That gave no hint of what was to happen against a Chittenango side sporting its own solid record of 8-2-1.center_img Tags: boys soccerCazenoviaChittenangolast_img read more