Hooters Air

Hooters Airlines
Hooters Air was an airline headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.wikipedia
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Hooters

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It was founded by Hooters of America restaurant owner Robert Brooks, who acquired Pace Airlines in December 2002.
Hooters also had an airline, Hooters Air, with a normal flight crew and flight attendants and scantily clad "Hooters Girls" on every flight.

Pace Airlines

PACE Aviation
It was founded by Hooters of America restaurant owner Robert Brooks, who acquired Pace Airlines in December 2002. Hooters Air flights were operated by Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based Pace Airlines both as ad hoc private charters, and as scheduled USDOT public charters.
Hooters Air was born.

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It was founded by Hooters of America restaurant owner Robert Brooks, who acquired Pace Airlines in December 2002.
The company also included Hooters Air, an airline that ran from 2004 to 2006; the Hooters Pro Cup (auto racing); the Hooters Pro Tour (golf); the Hooters Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, which opened in February 2006; and the Hooters MasterCard, which debuted in March 2006.

Myrtle Beach International Airport

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The airport served as the main hub for Hooters Air from 2003 until 2006.

Chicago Rockford International Airport

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Airlines included United Express, Hooters Air, Frontier Airlines (the current version and the original Frontier Airlines (1950-1986)), Britt Airways, Skyway Airlines and successor Midwest Connect, Midway Connection, TransMeridian Airlines, American Eagle, Trans World Airlines (TWA), Ozark Air Lines, McClain Airlines, Direct Air and Northwest Airlink (code sharing service operated by Express Airlines I, Mesaba Airlines and Pinnacle Airlines).

Gary/Chicago International Airport

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The airport was once served by Pan Am, Southeast Airlines, SkyValue Airlines, Skybus Airlines and Hooters Air, with flights to cities such as Hartford, Connecticut; St. Petersburg, Florida; Greensboro, North Carolina and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Rickenbacker International Airport

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Since the completion of the current passenger terminal in 2003, Rickenbacker has acted as a secondary airport for Columbus and the airport has seen a number of carriers come and go, including Southeast Airlines, Boston-Maine Airways, Hooters Air, Direct Air, USA3000 Airlines, Fly Mission Air and Vision Airlines.

Airline

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Hooters Air was an airline headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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Hooters Air was an airline headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

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Hooters Air flights were operated by Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based Pace Airlines both as ad hoc private charters, and as scheduled USDOT public charters.

United States Department of Transportation

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Hooters Air flights were operated by Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based Pace Airlines both as ad hoc private charters, and as scheduled USDOT public charters.

International Air Transport Association

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As such, flights operated both under Pace Airlines' IATA Code of Y5 for ad hoc charters, and under its own IATA Code of H1 for public charters.

Rockford, Illinois

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On December 8, 2005, Hooters announced that it would end service to Rockford, Illinois on January 5, 2006, as a result of the airport authority's bringing in a competing airline (United Airlines) on its Rockford-Denver route, and providing revenue guarantees for the competitor.

United Airlines

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On December 8, 2005, Hooters announced that it would end service to Rockford, Illinois on January 5, 2006, as a result of the airport authority's bringing in a competing airline (United Airlines) on its Rockford-Denver route, and providing revenue guarantees for the competitor.

Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport

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St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport

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