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About USA 3000
USA 3000 was a U.S. airline, which belonged to Brendan Airways, LLC. The company was headquartered in Newtown Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. It operated both scheduled and charter service with a fleet of five Airbus A320 aircraft. The airline, used to be a sister company to Apple Vacations, its parent company, and it eventually became USA 3000 Airlines. The origin of the company name is unknown and has never been publicly discussed, although it was likely derived from the now-defunct Canada 3000 Airlines. The airline was founded in 2001 and ceased in 2012. USA 3000 used to serve 13 destinations; mostly it was intended to transport its customers to the Caribbean.