USA3000 Airlines was a small charter and scheduled service airline that served several U.S. cities, Mexico and the Caribbean. The airline ceased operations in January 2012.
USA3000 Airlines was the creation of Apple Vacations, a tour operation company located in North America. It had a small fleet of Airbus A320s, and the first flight took place in December 2001. Flights operated from Newark, Chicago, Philadelphia, Hartford and Columbus. After some success in the early 2000s, increasing competition caused the company to cut back by incrementally pulling out of several markets and scaling back flights. By 2011, Apple approved the dissolution of the airline, and the last flight took place in 2012.