Sunday, December 30, 2007

Oceanic Airlines Press Release
The marketing types over at ABC have issued a press release stating that Oceanic Airlines will be back in business as of December 31, 2007 (thanks for the heads up, Chris!) You can go here to see their little commercial for the airline, and download the following press release (by the way, I tried the phone number at the bottom out of curiosity, and it goes to "Georgia's" voice mail, telling you to leave your name and number and she'll get back to you. I didn't bother, because I'm assuming she won't, but if someone else wants to try and see what happens, I'd love to find out if she does!):

December 28, 2007

Flights Begin December 31 To Nine Markets

Oceanic Airlines announced today their return to the airways. Beginning December 31, operations and flights to nine markets will resume, “Taking You Places You Never Imagined.” Destinations include:

Los Angeles, CA
Tustin, CA
Ames, IA
Miami, FL
New York, NY
Portland, OR
Knoxville, TN
Seoul, South Korea
Sydney, Australia

“We are very eager to resume flying and apologize for any inconvenience our temporary closure may have caused our loyal customers,” said Michael Orteig, President, Oceanic Airlines. “Oceanic Airlines is proud to be a top tier flight provider and looks forward to providing travelers with many more years of unparalleled service.”

About Oceanic Airlines
In business for over 25 years, Oceanic Airlines is a major airline carrier and offers the highest caliber of service for international and domestic flights. Destinations include Los Angeles, London, Sydney and South Korea.
Oceanic Airlines Contact:
Georgia Cavanagh (818) 460-5520


K J Gillenwater said...

I Tivo'ed a few things in the last week, and on some of the shows, I found commercials for the upcoming season of LOST. At the very end of both of them, the last shot is of the island and the water with the LOST title, as usual...but then it caught my eye. The reflection in the water was NOT of the island's mountain range. It looked like a city skyline.

Anyone care to comment on this? Anyone else notice it???? I don't know what it means...

Anonymous said...

Couple of things:
First, when they released the press release, that DAY, I called the number and left my name and number. Maybe they will call us back, who knows? I can't wait to see.
The website ( opened today. Just the commercial and the press release there for now...or is that all? Im sure someone with a keener eye will look into it more.

Also, yea, the sky line thing has been much discussed since the first trailer with it appeared. I think thats our clue that we will be getting a lot more flashfowards this season (even though we already knew we were). But its a nice little thing they threw in there, it was awesome

Adi said...

It's probably new - the commercial is now interrupted by a guy who says the Oceanic has abandoned the search for flight 815, and points to a new web site:, which doesn't seem to be fully working for me.
This doesn't add up with what Naomi and Anthony Cooper said, that 815 was found and everyone was dead.
I don't have much time for this, but there are probably clues all over the place. This is GREAT!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for giving me recognition for giving you the heads up about this Nikki. I love being mentioned by name in article about LOST... so far it's 3 times for me! :)