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California Pacific Airlines Cancels Flights Due to Pilot Shortage

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    A Carlsbad based regional airline says they are grounding flights in January due to a nationwide pilot shortage.

    California Pacific Airlines currently operates flights out of Carlsbad's McClelland-Palomar Airport and flies to Las Vegas, Phoenix, Reno, and San Jose.

    The airline says customers who booked upcoming flights will receive a refund in the next 7 to 10 days.

    The airline, which launched the flights out of Carlsbad in November, hopes to be back up and running once they hire and train additional pilots. 

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    (Published Monday, Sept. 17, 2018)

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