Los Angeles World Airport is the Pacific Airways Cargo Division headquarters, and processes over 2 million tons of cargo each year. LAX serves over 150 destinations of both cargo and passenger flights to over 50 countries worldwide. We offer flights from 20 minutes to 20 hours in length. Los Angeles - The skys the limit!
Fleet Maintenance for 2013
Posted by Dave Cook
on January 21, 2013 at 4:50 PM MST
It's the time of the year when we start the inspection and thorough maintenance of our aircraft based at KLAX and PHNL. This inspection and maintenance will be carried out at our fleet HQ at Mosses Lake (KMWH). Two different models will be taken to KMWH each month for the remainder of the year. One model will be take the 1st of the month and one model will be taken the 16th of the month. There will be 2 slots for aircraft based at KLAX and 1 slot each for the CAT3 PAX and CAT4 CGO based in PHNL. Maintenance charters will be created for each. Aircraft should remain at Mosses Lake from 2 to 16 days to allow for the inspection and maintenance to be completed before being returned back to its base. Please visit the LAX Charter Center to reserve a maintenance charter and help us keep the fleet at KLAX the best in the west.
Certificates of Promotion
Posted by Dave Cook
on July 8, 2012 at 8:36 PM MDT
The LAX Hub staff of Pacific Airways has created certificates of promotion for each pilot that has had at least one promotion. The certificate reflects the rank and date of your last promotion. Going forward, each time you receive a promotion, you will receive another certificate for that promotion and it will be announced on the Hub forum. Certificates will be sent to the appropriate pilot by e-mail. The rank of ATP Senior Commander is the highest rank at Pacific Airways.
Posted by Sean Young
on February 4, 2012 at 3:42 PM MST
LAXBUR, LAX's Burbank is now open.
You can find all the routes here http://forums.pacificairways.net/los-angeles/lax-burbank-is-now-open/.
I would like to thank all those who helped create and time the routes.