The airline changed its name from Baltia Air Lines after restructure, and hopes to bring more international flights to Hudson Valley.
USGlobal Airways, a proposed new U.S.-based international airline, on May 11, 2017 announced its intention to operate transatlantic passenger flights between Stewart International Airport and selected European countries covered by the US-EU Open Skies Agreement.
“One of our important corporate goals is to spur economic impact and development that will impact the population of approximately 16.5 million people who reside in a 62 mile radius of Stewart International Airport,” said Anthony D. Koulouris, CEO and President, USGlobal Airways.
“USGlobal Airways is continuing its transition, streamlining operational costs and making technology an investment, not a cost,” continued Koulouris. “We have formed strategic business alliances with regional as well as local business partners and influential organizations. We believe these relationships will be important in assisting us in forging additional agreements and partnerships that will have significant and positive economic impact in the Hudson Valley and greater New York Metropolitan area.
Located in Newburgh, N.Y., Orange County, Stewart International Airport is operated by the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey and caters to a large and affluent demographic that resides in New York City, the Mid-Hudson NewYork region, Western Connecticut, Northeastern Pennsylvania and Northern New Jersey.
USGlobal Airways plans to lease a fleet of B767-300 aircraft which will carry passengers, cargo and mail between Stewart International Airport to such possible destinations as London, Paris, Barcelona, Nice, Naples, Athens, Warsaw, Budapest, Prague, St. Petersburg and Tel Aviv.
For more info: www.usglobal.com