- RMA Gold Airways
airline = Gold Airways
logo_size = 183
IATA = -
ICAO = -
callsign = GOLD
17 February 2004
parent = RMA Gold Airways Pty Ltd
key_people = (TBA)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
frequent_flyer= YES, GLOBAL ALLIANCE
fleet_size = 0 (18 x A320 pending, 12 x A380 Option)
fleet_type = A320 Family
destinations = 0
website = [http://www.goldairways.com.au/ www.goldairways.com.au]
company_slogan = We "are" Australian
RMA Gold Airways Pty Ltd is a proposed Australian regular public transport
airlineto be based in Melbourneoperating under the trading name of "Gold Airways". It is planned that the airline will fly a modern fleet of Airbus A320aircraft to Australian capital cities and popular regional centres and eventually, with larger aircraft, to international destinations. It has already advertised for many of its positions but as of 1 August 2008, has not commenced operations. Gold Airways has lodged a letter of intent with the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority, to operate domestically and has been granted access, subject to the Air Operator Certificate being issued and Aeronautical Services Agreements being finalised, to all its timetabled destinations. [http://www.goldairways.com.au Gold Airways Corporate Portal] .
Gold Airways will allow prospective passengers to choose from a range of fare options including ultra-low fares. 35% of its capacity is allocable to this class, meaning that up to 2.1M seats could be offered annually. Unlike other Low Cost Carriers and Legacy Carriers, the Gold Airways model incorporates an adaptable cabin layout incorporating advanced seat design, a First Class cabin combined with a Gold Class Service.
The company is currently in negotiations with investors for a syndication solution.
The company has already indicated it will recognise the Australian Companion Card for disabled person related travel.
Source: RMA Gold Airways Pty Ltd ACN 107 563 806
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