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Update: Oceanic Airlines Is Back In Business, Launches New Web Site

This just landed in my inbox. Make of it what you will, Lost fans! (But act fast — I hear the company may only be solvent for eight weeks or so.)"Oceanic Airlines announced today their return to the airways. Beginning December 31, operations and flights to nine markets will resume, 'Taking You Places You Never Imagined.' Destinations include Los Angeles, Calif., Tustin, Calif., Ames, Iowa, Miami, Fla., New York, NY, Portland, Ore., Knoxville, Tenn., Seoul, South Korea and Sydney, Australia. "'We are very eager to resume flying and apologize for any inconvenience our temporary closure may have caused our loyal customers,' said Michael Orteig, president of Oceanic Airlines. 'Oceanic Airlines is proud to be a top-tier flight provider and looks forward to providing travelers with many more years of unparalleled service.'"Update: FlyOceanicAir.com is live. (Or... is it in purgatory? Ha.)Related:• Discuss the latest Lost scoops and rumors at TVGuide.com/LostBuzz.• Poll: Whi...

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This just landed in my inbox. Make of it what you will, Lost fans! (But act fast - I hear the company may only be solvent for eight weeks or so.)
"Oceanic Airlines announced today their return to the airways. Beginning December 31, operations and flights to nine markets will resume, 'Taking You Places You Never Imagined.' Destinations include Los Angeles, Calif., Tustin, Calif., Ames, Iowa, Miami, Fla., New York, NY, Portland, Ore., Knoxville, Tenn., Seoul, South Korea and Sydney, Australia.
"'We are very eager to resume flying and apologize for any inconvenience our temporary closure may have caused our loyal customers,' said Michael Orteig, president of Oceanic Airlines. 'Oceanic Airlines is proud to be a top-tier flight provider and looks forward to providing travelers with many more years of unparalleled service.'"
Update: FlyOceanicAir.com is live. (Or... is it in purgatory? Ha.)
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