Carrier eyes CVG airport for new service

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    The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport could have four new weekly flights to Newark and Los Angeles by next spring, according to Internet postings by Affinity Air Service, a charter company founded by a former Comair pilot.

    “Our initial service will start in late spring of 2013,” says the “routes” page of Affinity Air Service, which describes service from Hollywood to Cincinnati’s CVG airport, with flights continuing to from CVG to Neward International on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday.

    The web site says future service is possible to Washington, Las Vegas, Seattle and Minneapolis.
    In a separate posting on a fundraising site for Angel investors, Affinity Air Service founder Russell Stark seeks financial partners.

    “I am looking for an investor for start up equipment and operating costs in the amount of $20 million dollars. I am offering a very reasonable ROI,” writes Stark, who identifies himself as a pilot with 35 years of airline experience.

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    "Affinity will use the general aviation terminals when ever possible and therefore no TSA security will be required."

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