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Silver Airways Corp. (IATA: 3M) is a U.S. airline operating 100+ daily scheduled flights to/from 29 gateways in Florida, The Bahamas, Montana, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The company is owned by Victory Park Capital, a Chicago-based investment firm that initially launched the airline as VPAA Co. dba/Gulfstream International Airlines in May 2011 following the acquisition of select assets from the former Gulfstream International Airlines, which filed for bankruptcy in November 2010.

Silver Airways is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL and operates under a principal code share and alliance agreement with United Airlines and Copa Airlines. The Silver Airways fleet is comprised of 21 Beechcraft 1900D aircraft (maximum seating capacity: 19 passengers), each powered by reliable, fuel-efficient jet-turbine engines. Six additional Saab 340Bplus aircraft, with seating for 34, will be added to the Silver Airways fleet between December 2011 and July 2012.

For the latest news and information on VPAA Co. dba/Gulfstream International Airlines, we invite you to access our current news releases below.

Journalists seeking additional information may contact our public relations representatives as follows:

SBPR Corp.
500 SE 17th Street, Suite 325
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Tel: 954-566-1522

2012, March 21 Silver Airways expands montana route network with new service to Helena.
2012, March 7 Silver Airways continues fleet expansion with the acquisition of six additional SAAB 340's
2012, February 29 Silver Airways announces new service to/from Gainesville, FL
2012, February 23 Silver Airways continues fleet upgrade with Third Saab 340
2012, January 20 Silver Airways takes delivery of second SAAB 340 at new maintenance facility in Gainsville, FL.
2012, January 20 Silver Airways inaugurates new maintenance facility at Gainesville regional airport(GNV)
2011, December 15 New Silver Airways brand, logo unveiled.
2011, December 15 Silver Airways welcomes its first SAAB 340.
2011, December 15 SILVER AIRWAYS, the new name and brand will officially become effective.
2011, November 10 Gulfstream International Airlines names Frank S. Coppola Vice President, SOCC
2011, October 31 Edward Knapp joins Gulfstream International Airlines as new Director of Security.
2011, October 25 Gulfstream International Airlines announces investment in new aircraft to enhance customer experience.
2011, October 21 Gulfstream expands service to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island.
2011, October 20 Gulfstream expands service to/from Marsh harbour, the Bahamas.
2011, June 27 Gulfstream expands service to/from Marsh harbour, the Bahamas.
2011, June 13 Gulfstream boosts service between Florida and the Bahamas.
2011, June 8 Gulfstream bolsters Executive Management Team.

2011 VPAA's Acqusition of Gulfstream.
Hub in Montana added.
2010 Chapter 11 Filing.
2008 Hub in Cleveland added.
2007 Gulfstream International Airlines becomes a public company.
2006 Service begins daily to Bimini (BIM) from Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
2005 Service begins to Tallahassee from Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale.
Gulfstream expands to Pensacola, Fort Walton Beach, and Andros Town.
2004 Service begins to Gainesville and Tallahassee.
Gulfstream introduces Embraer Brasilia aircraft to increase capacity.
2003 Service begins to Governor's Harbor, George Town, and Cat Island in the Bahamas, and Jacksonville, Florida.
1997 Gulfstream signs long-term code share agreement with Continental Airlines.
1995 Company retires last Cessna 402 and becomes an all Jet-Prop airline.
1994 Gulfstream signs a code-share agreement with United Airlines.
Acquisition of Beechcraft 1900C Models with new service between Tampa-Miami and Nassau.
1993 Service begins to Nassau from Ft. Lauderdale
1992 Service begins to Freeport from Ft. Lauderdale
1991 Granted additional route authority between Miami and Freeport, Bahamas
1990 Gulfstream is granted a permit to operate scheduled flights into six additional destinations in the Bahama Islands.
1988 Founded by Thomas L. Cooper, Gulfstream operates initially as an "on-demand" charter airline serving South Florida, Cuba, and the Bahamas.

Gulfstream's Record Growth - A Company On The Move
157 daily departures
Gulfstream International is one of the fastest growing regional air carriers in the United States
Gulfstream was selected by the Miami Springs/Airport Area Chamber of Commerce as "The Entrepreneur of the Year" for 1996
Second busiest airline in terms of arrival and departures at Miami International Airport
Averaging 90% on-time performance in 2006 and 2007.
Average load factors of approximately 60%