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January 22, 2016
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SUPERGLOBAL AIRLINES CHANGES ONE OF ITS MOST IMPORTANT PLANS
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK. – SuperGlobal Airlines, the world’s second largest airline, has altered their plan of purchasing 63 new aircrafts from McKillop Co. Due to the weak economy, SuperGlobal Airlines has decided to purchase only 26 new aircrafts during the next two years.
SuperGlobal Airlines offers more than 4,200 flights every day, flies to 390 destinations, and flies to 67 countries. In order to keep up with their customers, they created an acquisition plan. In response of lowering their original 63 aircrafts to 26, SuperGlobal Airline’s CEO, Michele Cassidy, said they want to “control our size to meet the needs of our passengers and the economic environment.”
SuperGlobal Airlines is aware of the weak economy and want to work with their customers to provide the same services yet expand their company. Saving money while modernizing their aircraft fleet will ensure safe travels for all passengers. Assistant Mechanic for SuperGlobal Airlines, Herman Ringler, feels this is a fabulous idea.
“Like everyone else, I trust Michelle Cassidy completely. She always does what’s best for SuperGlobal.”
SuperGlobal Airlines has always been a beneficial company to society. It is a publicly held company, millions of people think it is the best, safest airline, and they donated $20,000 to Habitat for Humanity last year. In multiple demographics, SuperGlobal Airlines has done what it can to positively affect their customers to provide the best service in the airline industry.
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