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|Founded||May 23, 2002|
|Commenced operations||June 1, 2002|
|Hubs||Shiverpool Regional Airport|
|Focus cities||Rasington Airport|
|Frequent flyer program||AmazingRewards|
|Company slogan||Have an amazing flight.|
|Parent company||Amazing Aviation Co.|
|Headquarters||700 Beachwood Drive, Shiverpool|
AmazingAir is a Antarctic-based domestic airline providing service to 8 destinations in the state of Trans-Antarctica.
AmazingAir, was set up by two penguins from Shiverpool in 2002, wanting to make a trans-continental flights around the USA and it's Free Republics. The first aircraft was Snowing 727-200, that was retired a few years ago by Penguin Chat Airways. The airline offered service from Shiverpool Regional Airport to many areas in the Antarctic Peninsula. In 2003, the airline expanded by retiring their Snowing 727-200, and replacing it with an Airhail A319-200. The airline then opened another hub at South Pole City International Airport as well. The airline also began international service in 2005, with the introduction of the new hub in South Pole City.The airline now offers only one class, and also many destinations around the continent.
- Airhail A319-100 (7) (domestic medium/long haul)
- Airhail A320-200 (10)
- Airhail A340-500 (4) (international routes)
The airline has only one class, which is AmazingClass. All seats have a 32 inch pitch and are made from Genuine Leather from Zurich, as well as PTVs provided by Sony Antarctica and Audio by XM Satellite Radio. The food is provided by DUDU Catering, with succulent, gourmet food from Polaris. There is also free beverages, snacks, and meals provided. All passengers have access to the CirrusClub, which is usually available at most destinations.
Most aircraft of the company have a red and blue stripe across the body of the aircraft, a symbol on the tailfin, and yellow as the main colour. The other, old livelry, which was used on the Snowing 727-200 and early models of the Airhail A319, is painted brown, with lining the body of the aircraft.