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Orbit Antarctica
Vital statistics
Name Orbit Antarctica
Native name
IATA code {{{iata}}}
ICAO code {{{icao}}}
Founded 2004
Commenced operations August 8, 2007
Ceased operations
Hubs Blizzardville International Airport
Secondary hubs Club Penguin City-Amherty Regional Airport, Gemini-Klinksin Airport
Focus cities
Frequent flyer program Elevate
Airline lounge RedClub
Airline alliance SkyAlliance
Fleet 28
Destinations 15
Company slogan The low-cost airline that could.
Parent company Orbit Holdings Inc.
Headquarters 66 Kings Street, South Pole City

Orbit Antarctica is a US-based low-cost domestic airline that commenced operations on August 31 2000.The airline's aim is to provide affordable, high-quality air travel from point-to-point. Blizzardville International Airport is the main base of operations for the airline and the Orbit group as well.

Though the brainchild of Terrain entrepreneur Sir Michael Geoff, the airline is 25% owned by the Orbit Blue Holding Limited, a subsidary of Orbit Group, which licenses the Orbit brand to the airline, as US law prohibits foreign companies to own more than 25% of a US airline. The airline is 50% owned by the LTTC Holdings Group, 20% by the Flight Company and 5% by TransTerra. The airline also has joined the SkyAlliance as of 2010.



  • Airhail A319-100 (10)
  • Airhail A320-200 (18)


The airline has two classes, First Class and Main Cabin.

First Class[]

First Class seats offer a 44 inch pitch,and are 38 inches wide.The seats feature free Wi-Fi,power ports,and a massage function. The PTVs are known as Red, and provide more than 57 television and radio channels.Passengers seated in First Class receive free meal services, free snacks and beverages as well.Passengers also have special boarding services at select destinations.Passengers in this class also have acess to the RedClub

Main Cabin[]

Main Cabin is the economy class equivalent of the airline, and features a 37 inch pitch, and are 29 inches wide, and feature power ports as well, and free Wi-Fi access as well.The Red PTVs features pay-per-view On Demand movies, and free satellite television.Passengers may purchase meals, snacks and drinks via Red. Flight attendants receive passenger's orders via a Tablet PC located on the food cart, therefore, eliminating traditional beverage services.