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Fri, Sep 30, 2005

Aero-News Alert: TransMeridian Airlines Shuts Down All Ops

Will File for Protection Under Section 7 of the US Bankruptcy Code

TransMeridian Airlines has announced the shut down of all flight operations effective immediately. The Atlanta based supplemental carrier was unsuccessful in negotiations to restructure its debt.

All flight operations have been terminated. Passengers who purchased tickets on cancelled flights should contact their travel agent or credit card company.

Since its founding in 1995, TransMeridian has carried more than a million passengers to more than 150 destinations within the United States, Mexico, South America and the Caribbean. The management of TransMeridian would like to thank all of its customers for their patronage and continued support over the years.

The airline is now working on efforts to assist employees affected by the shutdown. Airline officials expressed their sincere gratitude to their hundreds of dedicated workers who served the charter airline.

Passengers seeking more information can contact the company by email at communications@tmair.com

FMI: www.tmair.com

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