SOURCE: The Small Business Company
LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Jan 7, 2013) - The Small Business Company (PINKSHEETS: SBCO) -- DBA Select Business and Corporation Opportunities Inc., a Business Development Company -- announces the first flight of Astra Jet Group on December 22, 2012. The flight between Sanford/Orlando and Sao Paulo, Brazil took place six months ahead of schedule. In February of this year, the company will also operate flights to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on behalf of its growing number of tour operator clients.
Astra Jet is developing future routes from Europe to Sanford/Orlando, Japan, South Korea, China, the Hawaiian Islands and Las Vegas.
Mr. Simon Edwards, Astra Jet Group CEO and an SBCO Director, commented, "These are exciting times for Astra Jet with swift expansion expected over the next thirty-six months."
In other anticipated news, the combined products of Children's Entertainment Group and The PlayPals iBoard will encompass a new interactive, edutainment toy product line that integrates exciting new toy products, electronic gaming and social networking for the combination of toy play in an "edutainment" environment that allows for the learning of foreign languages.
The FarAway Friends and PlayPals will also allow parents and teachers to interact with the children for the monitoring of all activity within the child's PlayPals iBoard, while providing a secure social network system for enhanced language and country learning experiences.
The FarAway line includes a high-end 18 inch doll portraying 9-11 year old children from a variety of countries with QR Codes that allow these products to easily connect to the PlayPals iBoard, a desktop and mobile application.
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