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New airline celebrates first six months

Flying high: staff from BermudAir celebrate the airline’s first six months of operation (Photograph LinkedIn)

Island airline BermudAir is celebrating its first six months of operation.

In a post on social-media site, LinkedIn, Adam Scott, the chief executive, said: “We’ve reached our six-month anniversary at BermudAir!

“I’m so proud of what our hard-working team has achieved since our inaugural flights last September.

“It’s been a journey of building and growth ... building an airline that takes customer service, local partnerships and serving Bermuda seriously. Growth of BermudAir's network, along with a phenomenal team of professionals running our operation to the highest standards.

“We’ve also worked hard to earn the trust of guests who choose to fly BermudAir. The positive feedback reflecting how well they and Bermuda’s community has embraced us is truly appreciated and really gratifying.

“Thank you to everyone who has helped our vision become a reality — here's to the next six months and beyond!”

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Published March 04, 2024 at 9:54 am (Updated March 04, 2024 at 8:07 pm)

New airline celebrates first six months

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