Arrow Flight Club

Failed to Launch
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Arrow Flight Club was a proposed private charter founded by Russell Belden in 2013. The start-up offered a cheaper alternative to chartered operators that still delivers efficient and streamlined services. Partnering with Kenmore Air, Arrow Flight planned to operate San Francisco-Seattle services during the initial stages, utilising Piaggio P180 Avanti II turboprop aircraft. However, Arrow Flight Club advised it's launch would be subject to demand, stating it would commence operations if it can attract 200 members. A crowd funding campaign was launched in 2013, but Arrow Flight Club has since failed to commence operations.

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