Airline Waves stops selling single seats
WAVES will apply for a full route license and no longer sell individual seats on its aircraft following talks with the Transport Licensing Authority.
The airline, which launched in November and has previously marketed itself as an on-demand air taxi service, has altered its business model.
This comes on the back of legal proceedings that Blue Islands are taking against the States regulatory body, the TLA, naming the airline as an interested party.
Waves’ deputy chief executive officer Barrie Baxter said that from now on, customers will have to hire its Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft for their exclusive use.
‘We have had to review our business model following liaison and correspondence with the authority.'