Carnival Air Lines

By Chris Chagares‎

Carnival Air Lines was a charter and scheduled airline division of Carnival Cruise Lines started in 1988 after Carnival Cruise Lines purchased Pacific Interstate Airlines. It was headquartered in Dania Beach, Florida. The origins of Carnival Air Lines can be traced to 1984 when Pacific Interstate Airlines was founded in Las Vegas, Nevada. This airline flew charters between Las Vegas and Los Angeles. In 1985 the name was changed to Pacific Inter Air and then only two years later the name was changed to Bahamas Express. By this time the airline was flying out of airports in the East Coast of the USA to Freeport in the Bahamas. Carnival Cruise Lines bought the company in 1988 and the airline’s name was once again changed to Fun Air, but no planes were painted with that name and cruise ship passengers were flown by Majestic Air using a Boeing 727-100 jetliner. The airline ceased operations in 1998

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