Clikia Corp. Announces New Management, New Business Plan After Executive/CEO Control Change;
Company to Establish Private Jet Charter (Fractional Ownership) Business
Press Release| 04/15/2019
April 15, 2019
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Trego, WI, April 15, 2019 - Clikia Corp. (OTC PINK: CLKA) announced today that, in conjunction with a change-in-control transaction, the company has adopted a new business plan that calls for it
to establish a private jet charter operation and aircraft maintenance business based in Wisconsin. Dean E. Sukowatey, a veteran businessman, has acquired voting-controlling ownership of the company
from former company CEO David Loflin, who has resigned from all company positions.
I am a pilot, and aviation is my lifes passion. We are extremely excited for this opportunity to build a robust private jet charter operation and aircraft maintenance company in what I believe to be a high-demand,
short-supply industry, said Dean E. Sukowatey, CLKAs new CEO. I have been working on what now is our companys new business plan for several years, so I was ready to seize this great opportunity
when it recently presented itself, Mr. Sukowatey added.
Mr. Sukowatey further advised that the company, in conjunction with its private jet charter efforts, intends to establish a complementary aviation maintenance facility at a to-be-determined airfield in Wisconsin.
Mr. Sukowatey indicated that the company has partnered with and brought on board a dedicated aviation staff with over fifty (50) combined years of aircraft maintenance experience, and an experienced
operations manager with thirty (30) years of operational aviation management experience.
In conjunction with the recent change-in-control transaction, our Board of Directors adopted a new business plan that calls for our company to establish a private jet charter service,
aircraft maintenance operations, an aircraft sales and brokerage operation and an online aircraft parts sales business (our aviation services) based in Wisconsin.
Our company’s aviation services will be based in a to-be-determined airfield in Wisconsin.
We have reached non- binding mutual understandings with experienced aircraft maintenance personnel and an experienced aviation operations manager. However,
unless and until we obtain needed capital, we will be unable to commence any portion of our planned aviation services.
Our business is to be comprised of four business segments designed to provide unified, efficient aviation services.
These business segments, each of which is discussed below, are:
private jet charter service;
private jet aircraft and general aviation maintenance operations;
aircraft sales and brokerage operations; and
an online private jet aircraft parts sales business.
Private Jet Charter Service
We intend to become a leading provider of private on-demand jet charter service, with our own pilots and mechanics.
Our initial base of operations will be located in a to-be-determined airfield in Wisconsin.
For the foreseeable future and assuming we obtain adequate capital, we intend to fly the Phenom 100, a very light jet, or VLJ, which flies up to 55% faster than leading turboprops
and boasts a service ceiling of 41,000 feet. From a passenger perspective, important features of the Phenom 100 include: full air stair door with executive style cabin
and two turbo fan jet engines that provide an extremely quite ride with no vibration. From our operational perspective,
the Phenom 100 offers lower overall costs than other available aircraft. We have not yet signed any agreement with respect to any aircraft.
Our charter service plan is designed to lower costs by maximizing aircraft utilization, minimizing required investment in facilities and centralizing
our maintenance and headquarters operations for maximum efficiency.
Upon our obtaining adequate capital, we intent to secure by lease or purchase one or more Phantom 100s and to complete operational preparations,
including obtaining U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and FAA approvals.
We expect to operate primarily from the many general aviation airports that are located in communities across the country. The FAA defines a general aviation airport
as an airport that has no scheduled commercial air service and fewer than 2,500 passenger boardings per year.
The VLJs we intend to use for our service can operate
from many of these general aviation airports, which are often closer to where passengers live and work than the airports typically utilized by scheduled commercial airlines.
We have not previously provided any of our aviation services or generated any operating revenues from our aviation services.
The Very Light Jet category aircrafts, the Citation Mustang and the Phenom 100 are very popular jets.
Cessna Citation Mustang
As filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 14, 2019
DESCRIPTION OF SECURITIES
Our authorized capital stock consists of 3,950,000,000 shares of common stock, $.00001 par value per share,
and 5,000,000 shares of Series A Super Voting Preferred Stock, $.00001 par value per share.
As of the date of this Offering Circular, there were 383,528,049 shares of our common stock issued and outstanding, held by 61 holders of record;
a total of 153,411,220 shares of common stock reserved for issuance upon conversion of the currently convertible portions of convertible debt instruments
and under agreements; and 2,000,000 shares of Series A Super Voting Preferred Stock issued and outstanding.
(As filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 14, 2019)
SECURITY OWNERSHIP OF CERTAIN BENEFICIAL OWNERS AND MANAGEMENT David Loflin 141,713,509 26.39%
Brian Wendt 527,000
Officers and directors, as a group (2 persons) 142,240,509 26.49%
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GPL Ventures, LLC 38,353,805 7.14%
Continuation Capital, Inc. 38,353,805(9) 7.14%
Typenex Co-Investments, LLC 38,353,805(11) 7.14%
Series A Super Voting Preferred Stock
RioRoca Holdings, LLC 2,000,000 100%