Nope, since BP (British Petroleum) took over Amoco, they have been a UK based company with their Flight Department in Chicago... Doesn't make much sense to deadhead a G-IV across the Atlantic everytime the CEO needs to go somewhere... Honestly, I'm surprised they lasted as long as they did... However, doesn't make it any less unfortunate for those involved...G100driver said:Gas and oil profits down:angryfire
Easy come, Easy Go. A lawyer in Little Rock just bought one of their G4s. It is my understanding that airplane was the last of their North America based flight operations. As for their UK fleet, I have no idea. Someone mentioned Oil and Gas profits are down?? Rip Van Winkle should read the business section. Record profits this past quarter, but no, they are not gouging. They are just like Signature: A foreign company comes over here buying American companies, then over charges us, and we patriotic Americans can't wait to bend over so they can jam it all the way up.pw4000 said:Any one have any info on BP fleet, address e-mail ? thanks
2000flyer said:Doesn't BP have a couple of B732's based in Anchorage? I know there are two there but I can't remember which company for sure. One is in BP colors, that I'm certain of.
BP has their own 737-200's to do that... Perhaps you met one of Conoco's crew for their aircraft...Shag McNasty said:Met one of the pilots a few years back. His business card said ConnocoPhillips. It's my understanding that they have some type of joint operation with BP to fly their workers up to the North Slope.