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What happened at Wings? (Wings Airways) (column)

WHAT HAPPENED AT WINGS?

Wings Airways, one of the smallest commuter airlines in the U.S., based at Wings Field, Blue Bell, Pa., suspended scheduled operations in mid-June. This news shocked many other short-haul airline executives and prompted many to ask: "What happened?"

Company President James J. Vincenzo told this column: "Wings is far from folding its wings. We are readjusting operations to changing market conditions. It's a matter of survival." He assured his friends and customers that "this action will have no marked impact on our plans to continue development of longtime Wings Aviation Services. "

The company will concentrate on charter and on-demand air-taxi types of services and as a fill-in for scheduled airlift. …

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