LOS ANGELES, California — After its first year as a standalone airline, Silver Airways plans to continue its twin strategy of regional flying for United Airlines while also operating an independent route network in the Southeast U.S. and the Bahamas, CEO David Pflieger told Aviation Week. Silver sees opportunity in smaller markets in the South. "If you look at the market down here, it is largely un-served unless you are going to fly up to someone’s hub in Atlanta or down to ...


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