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About SKYBUS AIRLINES
Skybus Airlines company Ryanair. The airline, however, failed after only about one year in the air due to rising fuel costs and a severe downturn in the economy. Skybus kept its fares low by charging fees for virtually everything and paying its employees below the industry standard. Skybus offered routes to 17 destinations using secondary airports, including Portsmouth, N.H., St. Augustine, Fla., Greensboro, N.C. and Burbank and San Diego, Calif. Skybus offered one-way tickets for $10, not including taxes and fees. One carry-on was free, but passengers were charged fees starting at $10 for checked baggage. Passengers were charged for food, drinks and pillows. A policy of no personal food was strictly enforced. The company was started in 2003. The company stopped its operations in 2008. The corporate office was located at
4181 Arlingate Plaza,
Columbus, OH 43228.
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