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June 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Baltia Air Lines (OTCBB: BLTA) --
Russell Thal, Executive Vice President, stated today, "Baltia has entered into a five-year lease agreement with Japan Airlines Management Corp (JMC) to lease office space for Baltia's headquarters. Baltia's new headquarters, which used to be the headquarters for JAL, are five times larger than our current office space and the space was needed as we gear up for flight revenue service. The new office is equipped to house the entire company, including our reservations and operations control." Mr. Thal further stated, "In conjunction with the new headquarters we are also leasing from JMC our own maintenance facility located adjacent to our new Headquarters. We are retaining the station office at Terminal 4 for passenger service."
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