Baltia Air Lines, Inc. is a New York corporation with base of operations in Terminal 4 at JFK International Airport inNew York. Baltia's goal is to become the leading U.S. airline in the Trans-Atlantic market between the major U.S. cities and capital cities of Eastern Europe, including Russia, Latvia, Ukraine, and Belarus.
Baltia will provide high quality three-class passenger service, and reliable cargo and mail transportation. Baltia plans to begin scheduled air transportation as the only U.S. airline, connecting directly two of the world's most prominent cities -- NonStop From New York To St. Petersburg, Russia.
Baltia Air Lines FAA Air Carrier Certification Status
Phase II - "Design Assessment" Outline Of Entire 14 CFR Part 121 Air Carrier Certification Process OVERVIEW OF THE PART 121 AIR CARRIER CERTIFICATION PROCESS The Certification Process for Part 121 applicants consists of a pre-application process and a series of 4 phases and 3 gates that must be successfully completed when progressing between phases. Pre-Application Process
This part of the Process is the most complex, demanding, and time consuming Application Phases
Phase 1: Application Phase 2: Design Assessment
Phase 3: Performance Assessment
Phase 4: Administrative Functions
Baltia Air Lines FAA Certification Process Remaining Tasks Until Takeoff:
Initial Cadre Training (Flight Crews, Cabin Crews, and Dispatchers)
Mini Evacuation Test & Simulated Ditching Test
FAA Air Carrier Certificate Issuance
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Baltia Details Certification Progress
On December 19, 2008 - The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) issued its Order to Show Cause, finding that Baltia Air Lines is fit, willing and able to engage in international air transport of persons, property and mail. Baltia was awarded the non-stop route from JFK to St. Petersburg Russia. Baltia was also authorized for worldwide charter services. Baltia had filed its application with the DOT in October 2007.
United States Department Of Transportation (USDOT) - Baltia Documents Links:
D.O.T. Issues Baltia Foreign Certificate 3/11/2009
Baltia's Operating Plan And Financial Position D.O.T. Approval - Pages 8 - 9
D.O.T. Order To Show Cause - SUMMARY "By this Order we tentatively conclude that Baltia Airlines Inc. is a citizen of the United States, is fit, willing, and able to engage in foreign scheduled air transportation of persons, property, and mail and should be issued a certificate." 12/19/ 2008
Baltia D.O.T. Application - 354 Page Certificate Application of Baltia Airlines Inc. with D.O.T. (New York - St. Petersburg) 10/10/2007.
All U.S Department of Transportation Links for Baltia Airlines in descending order.
Due Diligence Links
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 121 Certification Process
Boeing Projects Russia/North American Route Growth 4.1% Annually (Page 296)
Pro-Forma 2008 Year One Projected Operating Results - One Aircraft (Page 212)
Baltia Air Lines Initial Flight Transition Schedule (Page 223)
The "Fly America Act" - Captive Passengers
Baltia Fact Sheet - (numbers have changed)
Baltia Chronological History
Baltia Management Team and Profiles - Pages 3 - 8
Baltia (BLTA) Stock Quote and Press Releases
Baltia's N-Numbers In FAA Aircraft Registry
Outstanding Shares as of April 15, 2013 Per The 10-K: 2,579,123,580
The Transfer Agent keeps track of Common and Restricted Shares only.
The shares Authorized are disclosed on the corporation's secretary of state in NY.
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12528 South 1840 East
Draper, UT 84020
SIC #: 4512 * Fiscal Y/E: 12-31 * Industry: Transportation * CIK: 869187