Executive Airlines

Executive Airlines, Inc. was an American regional airline headquartered at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in Carolina, Puerto Rico, the main airport for the United States territory, near the capitol of San Juan.[2][3] The airline was a wholly owned subsidiary of the AMR Corporation and it was paid by fellow AMR member American Airlines to staff, operate and maintain aircraft used on American Eagle flights that were scheduled, marketed and sold by American Airlines. Executive Airlines operated an extensive inter-island network in the Caribbean and the Bahamas from its hub in San Juan.[1]

Executive Airlines
American Eagle (Executive Air) ATR 72-212 landing at Princess Juliana International Airport
IATA ICAO Callsign
Ceased operationsApril 1, 2013
HubsSan Juan
Frequent-flyer programAAdvantage
AllianceOneworld (Affiliate)
Fleet size12
Parent companyAMR Corporation
HeadquartersCarolina, Puerto Rico
Key peoplePedro Fabregas (President)
Employees2,125 (2007)[1]

The airline was founded as Executive Air Charter in 1979, it joined the American Eagle system on September 15, 1986 as an independent airline, the company was purchased by AMR on December 7, 1989. In late 2007, AMR attempted to spin-off Executive Airlines, but the effort was unsuccessful. AMR eventually announced that it would close Executive Airlines on March 31, 2013.

The Executive Airlines name was also used by a U.S.-based commuter air carrier which operated scheduled passenger flights during the late 1960s and early 1970s in the northeast U.S. and Florida.[4]

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