Compass Airlines

Compass Airlines was the operating name for two airlines:

  • Compass Airlines (Australia), the name of two Australian airlines
  • Compass Airlines (North America), a subsidiary of Trans States Holdings, regional carrier flying for Delta Air Lines

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Compass Airlines (North America) - History
... Compass Airlines was formed as a result of a contract dispute between Northwest Airlines and its pilots' union, the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) ... The Northwest Airlines pilot group was asked to give relief on a section of their collective bargaining agreement governing "scope", which protects pilot jobs by ... working for a subcontractor regional airline ...
Compass Airlines (Australia) - Compass Mk I
... Compass Airlines, later referred to as Compass Mk I was established by Bryan Grey, who had previously run regional airline East-West Airlines ... East-West had earlier attempted to break the duopoly of Ansett and Australian Airlines by offering cheap fares but in the regulated environment of the time was not allowed to operate directly between major cities so ... At its peak Compass Mark I operated four leased Airbus A300 (VH-YMA, VH-YMB, VH-YMJ, VH-YMK) and a single A310 aircraft (VH-YMI) ...
Compass Airlines (North America)
... Compass Airlines is a regional airline headquartered in Delta Air Lines Building C at Minneapolis‚ąíSaint Paul International Airport in Fort Snelling, Hennepin County, Minnesota prior ... The airline launched inaugural service with a single Bombardier CRJ200LR aircraft under the Northwest Airlink (now Delta Connection) brand between Minneapolis/St ... In July 2010, the airline was purchased from Delta Airlines and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Trans States Holdings ...

Famous quotes containing the word compass:

    However closely people are attached to one another, their mutual horizon nonetheless includes all four compass directions, and now and again they notice it.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)