PAL747
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Create your own airline 4

Mon Dec 26, 2016 7:08 am

This game starts in 1990.

There is going to be NO money to make this simpler.

1. Name your airline

2. Choose what kind of airline you want
Low-cost
Major
Cargo

3. Buy airplanes
Regional: ATR 42, ATR 72, Bombardier Dash 8 Q400
Short-Range: 737NG, A320, MD-90, 737MAX, A320neo
Medium-Range: 757, 767, A330
Long-Range: 747-400, 747-8I(2012), 777(1995), 787(2011), A340, A350(2015), A380(2008)

4. Set your Hub and Destinations

5. Set up your Frequent-Flyer Miles and it's tiers.

I'll remind everyone what year it is.

6. If you want you can join an alliance
Star Alliance
SkyTeam
Oneworld
Value Alliance(LCC's only)
Vanilla Alliance
WOW Alliance(Cargo only)
SkyTeam Cargo(Cargo Only)
U-FLY Aliiance(LCC's only)

7. Begin!
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Mon Dec 26, 2016 7:34 am

Oh I also forgot the MD-11 in the Long-Range section of the airplanes you can buy.

Name: Altitude Airlines

Kind: Major

Fleet:A330-300
A340-300
737-400
737-500
747-400

Hub: Manila

Destinations: DOMESTIC-
Manila-Cebu(737-400 2x daily)
Manila-Boracay(737-500 2x daily)
Manila-Davao(737-400 2x daily)
INTERNATIONAL
Manila-Hong Kong(A330-300 2x weekly)
Manila-Taipei(A330-300 2x weekly)
Manila-Kuala Lumpur(A330-300 2x weekly)
Manila-Singapore(A330-300 2x weekly)
Manila-Bangkok(A330-300 2x weekly)
Manila-Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh(A330-300 2x weekly)
Manila-Delhi(A330-300 2x weekly)

My Frequent-Flyer Miles is Altitude Miles
There are 3 tiers:
Altitude Silver(50K miles)
Altitude Gold(100k miles)
Altitude Diamond(500k miles)

Alliance: Star Alliance
 
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PatrickZ80
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Mon Dec 26, 2016 12:32 pm

PAL747 wrote:
This game starts in 1990.

3. Buy airplanes
Regional: ATR 42, ATR 72, Bombardier Dash 8 Q400
Short-Range: 737NG, A320, MD-90, 737MAX, A320neo
Medium-Range: 757, 767, A330
Long-Range: 747-400, 747-8I(2012), 777(1995), 787(2011), A340, A350(2015), A380(2008)



As it starts in 1990 the 737MAX and A320neo seem a bit odd to me. For long range you've provided year numbers, but for the rest you didn't. Maybe you should.

For now I've looked up the first year of availability for each listed aircraft and expanded the list a bit.

Regional props:
ATR 42 (1985)
ATR 72 (1988)
Bombardier Dash 8 (Q)200 (1984)
Bombardier Dash 8 (Q)300 (1989)

Bombardier Dash 8 (Q)400 (1998)
Fokker F-50 (1987)
Saab 340 (1983)

Saab 2000 (1994)

Regional jets:

British Aerospace BAE146-100 (1983)
British Aerospace BAE146-200 (1983)
British Aerospace BAE146-300 (1988)

Boeing 717 (1999)
Bombardier CRJ700 (2001)
Bombardier CRJ900 (2007)
Bombardier CRJ1000 (2012)
Bombardier CS100 (2015)
Bombardier CS300 (2016)
Embraer E-170 (2002)
Embraer E-190 (2005)
Fokker F-70 (1995)
Fokker F-100 (1988)
Sukhoi Superjet 100 (2008)

Short range:

Airbus A318 (2003)
Airbus A319 (1996)
Airbus A320 (1988)
Airbus A321 (1994)
Airbus A320neo (2016)
Boeing 737-200 (1968)
Boeing 737-300 (1984)
Boeing 737-400 (1988)
Boeing 737-500 (1987)

Boeing 737-600 (1998)
Boeing 737-700 (1998)
Boeing 737-800 (1998)
Boeing 737-900 (2001)
McDonnell-Douglas MD-81 (1980)
McDonnell-Douglas MD-82 (1981)
McDonnell-Douglas MD-83 (1985)
McDonnell-Douglas MD-87 (1987)
McDonnell-Douglas MD-88 (1988)

McDonnell-Douglas MD-90 (1995)
Tupolev Tu-154M (1984)
Tupolev Tu-204 (1995)

Medium range:
Airbus A300B2/B4 (1974)
Airbus A300-600 (1988)
Airbus A310 (1983)

Airbus A330-200 (1998)
Airbus A330-300 (1993)
Boeing 757-200 (1983)
Boeing 757-300 (1999)
Boeing 767-200 (1982)
Boeing 767-300 (1986)

Boeing 767-400 (2000)
Ilyushin IL-62M (1974)
Ilyushin IL-96 (1992)
McDonnell-Douglas DC-10-30 (1072)

Long range:
Airbus A340-200 (1993)
Airbus A340-300 (1993)
Airbus A340-500 (2003)
Airbus A340-600 (2002)
Airbus A350-900 (2015)
Airbus A380-800 (2007)
Boeing 747-200 (1971)
Boeing 747-300 (1983)
Boeing 747-400 (1989)

Boeing 747-8 (2012)
Boeing 777-200 (1995)
Boeing 777-300 (1998)
Boeing 787-8 (2011)
Boeing 787-9 (2014)
McDonnell-Douglas MD-11 (1990)

Since the game starts in 1990 I've colored all aircraft available in that year green.
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Mon Dec 26, 2016 1:05 pm

And now I'll start with my own airline.

Name: Sheep (nickname: the sheepest airline)

Kind: Ultra low-cost

Fleet:
22x Boeing 767-300

Hubs:
Billund
Bratislava
East Midlands
Eindhoven
Frankfurt Hahn
Glasgow Prestwick
Karlsruhe
London Stansted
Milan Bergamo
Munich Memmingen
Stockholm Skavsta
Oslo Torp

Destinations:
Bangkok Don Mueang
Chicago Rockford
Johannesburg Lanseria
Los Angeles Ontario
New York Stewart
Oakland
Orlando Sanford
Phoenix Mesa
Sharjah
Toronto Hamilton
Washington Baltimore
West Palm Beach

Each destination is served 1x weekly from each hub.

Frequent flyer program: none. We don't do frequent flyer programs, we just offer the lowest price.

Alliance: for now none.
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Mon Dec 26, 2016 2:07 pm

PatrickZ80 wrote:
And now I'll start with my own airline.

Name: Sheep (nickname: the sheepest airline)

Kind: Ultra low-cost

Fleet:
22x Boeing 767-300

Hubs:
Billund
Bratislava
East Midlands
Eindhoven
Frankfurt Hahn
Glasgow Prestwick
Karlsruhe
London Stansted
Milan Bergamo
Munich Memmingen
Stockholm Skavsta
Oslo Torp

Destinations:
Bangkok Don Mueang
Chicago Rockford
Johannesburg Lanseria
Los Angeles Ontario
New York Stewart
Oakland
Orlando Sanford
Phoenix Mesa
Sharjah
Toronto Hamilton
Washington Baltimore
West Palm Beach

Each destination is served 1x weekly from each hub.

Frequent flyer program: none. We don't do frequent flyer programs, we just offer the lowest price.

Alliance: for now none.


I like the Stansted- Stewart flight! I would definitely be a frequent flyer!

Eagle15
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Thu Jan 05, 2017 3:28 pm

This is a realistic version of an airline that I made up when I was 7.

National American (NAL) (Major Carrier)

Hubs:

Baltimore-Washington (HQ)
St Louis
Los Angeles
New Orleans

Focus Cities:

Boston
Columbus
Austin
Orlando
Pittsburgh
Nashville

International:

Tokyo
Hong Kong
Sydney
Auckland
Seoul
Toronto
London
Paris
Sao Paulo

Frequent Flyer Program: Capital Miles

Inflight Magazine: Travelogues

Fleet:

BAC-111 (Retiring in 1996)
DC-9
MD-80
A310
L-1011
747SP (Retiring in 1991)
MD-90 (On order)
A320 (On order)

1 Super Constellation “The Queen of National American” (Special Vintage Charters and promos)

DC-8 (Cargo)
L188 Electra (Cargo)

NA Express:
Dash-8
BAE 146
EMB-120
Shorts 360

2016 Fleet:

MD-90 (Retiring in 2020)
A318
A319
A320
A321
A330
A340 (Retiring in 2018)
A350 (On order)
CS300 (On order)
1 Super Constellation “The Queen of National American” (Special Vintage Tours and promos)
1 A380 "Big Red" (Rumored)

NA Express:

Q400
ERJ 135/145
CRJ-200 (yuck but efficient)
CRJ-900

The last Boeing they flew was the Stratocruiser and a handful of SPs that they got from Pan Am for pacific routes. Urban Legend has it that the founder lost a poker game to William Boeing and was eternally sore about it. :P
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Thu Jan 12, 2017 4:35 am

Name: Columbia Airways (We haven't got nearly enough Airways' in the US)
(Note: the name 'Columbia' has a double meaning in this case: the airline is based in the District of Columbia, though I originally chose the name based on Columbia being an old nickname for the United States).
Type: Major
Fleet:
34x 737-700
12x MD-82
56x 737-800
12x 757-200
14x 757-300
12x 767-300ER

Columbia Connection (Brand for several regional airlines which operate of behalf of Columbia)
ERJ-145
ERJ-190
ERJ-170
CS-100
CS-300
CRJ-200
CRJ-900
Saab 340/2000
Q400
Cessna 208 Caravan

Loyalty Program: ColumbiaConnect
Tiers: Silver (30,000 EQM's), Gold (50,000 EQMS), Executive Gold (100,000 EQM's)

Alliance: none
Partners: Hawaiian, Alaska, Air France/KLM, Turkish, Air Tahiti Nui, Qantas, Cathay Pacific, LATAM


Hubs:
Washington DC -- Washington Dulles Int'l (Primary Hub)
Salt Lake City -- Salt Lake City Int'l
Chicago -- Chicago O'Hare Int'l
Raleigh -- Raleigh-Durham Int'l
Los Angeles -- Los Angeles Int'l

Focus Cities:
Nashville -- Nashville Int'l
San Francisco -- San Francisco Int'l
Pittsburgh -- Pittsburgh Int'l
Detroit -- Detroit Int'l

Destinations: Columbia actually flies to all 50 states, being the only airline to fly to Deleware (daily CRJ-200 service to Wilmington from IAD).
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:13 pm

This game starts in 1990.

There is going to be NO money to make this simpler.

1. Name: MetroJet

2. Major

3. Buy airplanes 1990
Regional: Dash-200, Dash-300, F-100
Short-Range: 737-200, 737-400
Medium-Range: 757-200
Long-Range: 767-200, 747-300

3. Buy airplanes 2017
Regional: ATR-42, ATR72
Short-Range: CS100, CS300
Medium-Range: 738MAX, 7310MAX-ER
Long-Range: 788, 789, 7810, 779

4. Set your Hub and Destinations
Hubs: RDU, JFK, SFO, MDW, BCN
Destinations: USA, Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, Caribbean, Europe, Central America, Iceland, Brazil, Peru, Columbia, Northern Africa

5. Frequent-Flyer Miles and it's tiers.
MetroMiles Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Omega

6. If you want you can join an alliance
AeroAlliance
Aiming High and going far..
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Thu Jan 12, 2017 7:46 pm

1.
- Rocky Mountain Airways (Mainline)
- Rocky Mountain EAS, d.b.a. Essential Connections (regional air-service, feeding to hub and other main destination airports)
- Cargo operations: RM Logistics

2.
- Mainline Passenger Service Target Market: upper low cost to higher mid cost paying fares.
- Cargo Service Target Market: next day/ same day and feeder service for other cargo carriers nationwide and consumer level courier service, primarily western US.
- RM EAS Target Market: EAS eligible communities, small regional airports to feed RMA and partners.

3. Planes:
Mainline:
747-400M
757-200M
737-200QC (scheduled for retirement around 1994)

Essential Connections branded aircraft:
EMB 120
Cessna 208B (cargo and passenger versions)
Fokker 50




4. Hub: DEN
Main Routes from and to DEN:
-SFO
-LAX
-JFK
-LHR
-ORD
-LAX
-MEM
-SDF
-ANC
-ATL
-MIA
-NRT (via SFO or LAX)

Essential Connections operates EAS eligible air-service from communities throughout the lower 48 and to/ from regional airports as part of strategic partnerships with other mainline passenger and cargo carriers.


5. Frequent-Flyer Program:
Mile High Club
- Mile High (Gold): Required QM's: 50K
Main perks: early boarding, Mile High Lounge, free alcohol in flight
- Mile High Limited: Required QM's: 85K
Main perks: same as above and dedicated check in line and/ or curb side check in, dedicated gate side smoking area in non smoking airports, amenity kit every flight*, 10 min of free in-flight seat back phone usage if available, reduced price upgrade at booking, free upgrade at check in (based on mile seniority at time of booking and seat availability), personal luggage handling** to cab, shuttle, car (don't have to use carousel, use dedicated baggage valet) or free delivery to hotel.
*Amenity kits not always on Essential Connections flights.
**Personal luggage handling may not always be available at regional airports operated by Essential Connections.

6. Partnership alliances:
Star Alliance
WOW Alliance(Cargo)
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Thu Jan 19, 2017 12:11 am

I'm not sure if this counts, but let's imagine that Pan Am somehow survives past 1991, narrowly avoiding its true fate. It downsizes significantly internationally, expands domestically, and cost-cuts several aspects of their inflight service (i.e. no free meals on flights under four hours, decreased legroom, and downsizing of premium cabins, moving to a two-class configuration). This leaves Pan Am creeping into LCC territory, garnering it some pretty bad press, with many mocking the airline whose name was once synonymous with glamour and luxury for behaving like the likes of Valujet and PeoplExpress. However, with the economic upswing of the 90's, Pan Am is able to gain back some of what it lost, placing orders for 747-400's and finally taking delivery of their A320's, which they had previously deferred delivery of. They narrowly make it through the post 9/11 downturn, but are able to claw their way back and place orders for 8 747-8's, the only US passenger airline to do so. They also become the US launch customer for the A350.

Fleet (In 1994):
90 727-200's
12 A330-B4's
5 A310-200's
5 A310-200's
8 747-200's (kept around mainly due to the how bad it would look if the carrier which essentially 'made' the 747 was forced to get rid of it)

Fleet in 2015:
18 747-400's
8 747-8's
20 787-9's
26 A350-900's
97 737-800's
50 A320's
22 A321's

Hubs:
Miami
New York (added back in late 90's, after having been abandoned earlier)
Destinations: Domestically,mostly major cities, a few smaller services within Florida and the Northeast. Internationally, routes to major capitals and larger cities in Europe and South America. Rumor has it that Pan Am might be getting back into Asia once it receives their A350's and may shift some of the 747-8's there.

Livery: In 2008, Pan Am modernized the old billboard scheme, enlarging the globe on the tail and painting the lower part of the aircraft blue.

Frequent Flyer Program: WorldPass
Type: distance-based (awarding miles on distance flown rather than how much one paid)
Status levels: GoldPass (110,000 EQM's) SilverPass (50,000 EQM's), BronzePass (25,000 EQM's)

Alliance: none
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:04 pm

Name: Air America
Type: Major
Fleet:
2x 757-200
3x 737-500
16x 717-200
1x DC-10 (retiring soon)
3x 747-400

Alliance: none
Partners: American Airlines, LATAM, British Airways


Hubs:
Miami (Main hub)-MIA
Washington-IAD
Las Vegas McCarran Airport-LAS

Focus Cities:
Cincinnati

Destinations:
757-200:
MIA-PDX
LAS-IAD

717-200:
MIA-LGA
MIA-DFW
MIA-DAL
MIA-EWR
MIA-JFK
MIA-LAS
MIA-AUA
MIA-CUN
IAD-JFK
IAD-EWR
IAD-YYZ
IAD-CLT
LAS-LAX
LAS-SFO
LAS-DFW
LAS-PDX

737-500:
MIA-YYZ
MIA-CCS
MIA-MSY

DC-10:MA-ATL

747-400:
MIA-LHR
LAS-LHR
IAD-LHR
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Mon Jul 10, 2017 4:33 pm

Airline: BENAir
Fleet (1990) 10x DHC-7
Fleet (2017) 20x Cessna 208, 5x Dash 8 Q400, 5x E-175, 10x Tecnam T2012 on order.
Hub: HPN
Other bases: SWF, PVD, HVN, MMU, ALB
Destinations: small holiday destinations near the area such as beach places (MTP, PVC, BID, MVY, ACK, PSF, ACY, HTO,)
A few business destinations (HPN-BOS, HPN/PVD-BWI, etc.)
Flights to JFK and EWR as a codeshare with B6, DL, AA, and UA
Flights to Florida with the Qs and E jets (HPN-APF, but also bigger stuff like PVD-MCO, SWF-FLL.
Frequent flier program: BENefits (not a normal program though, instead of lounge and stuff you just get discounts on fights.
Why is flying so expensive? And why is flying well so much more?
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Sat Jul 22, 2017 8:13 pm

Get ready for the most unrealistic airline ever! If I name all the destinations this page will be flooded so I won't!

1. United Kingdom Airways

2. Major

3. Fleet in 1990:
Airbus A320
Airbus A340-300 (massive fleet, like 100)
Boeing 747-400

Fleet in 2017:
A320neo (x2)
Airbus A330-300 (x15, for some TATL)
Airbus A340-300 (x52, for high capacity short haul/low capacity long haul)
Airbus A380 (x13)
Boeing 737-700/800/900ER (x275, short/medium haul)
Boeing 747-400/8i (x30)
Boeing 777-200LR/300ER (x100, -200LR for missions in Australia and NZ)
Boeing 787-8/9 (x40)
On order:
A319/20/21/21LR neo (x298 for 737 replacement)
A330-300 (x3 for A340 replacement)
A380-800 (x2)
B747-8i (x7 for 744 replacement)
B777-300ER (x5)
B788/9/10 (x30 for A340 replacement)

Fleet in 2040, assuming no new aircraft are introduced or if current options are out of production:
Airbus A319/20/21/21LR neo (x300)
Airbus A350-900/1000 (x120, A330/77W and early 787 replacement)
Boeing 777-8 (x20, 77L replacement)
Boeing 777-9 (x40, A380/748 replacement)
Boeing 787-8/9/10 (x50)

4. LHR (assuming it's possible, yes I know it's not) but I'm going to say which regions get what aircraft as of 2017 instead of destinations:
US: A330 and some 787/77W/747/A380
Canada: 787
Central America: A330/77W
South America: A330/77W/787
Western Europe: 737, daily A340 to Paris, Nice, Marseille and various Spanish cities. Some 737s there too
Central, Southern and Northern Europe: 737, daily A340 to various German cities and Stockholm and Helsinki and 737s there too
Eastern Europe: 737, daily A340 to Moscow and LED and 737s there too
North Africa: 737, A340 and 748 to CAI
Central and Western Africa: 737, A340 and some 747s and 77Ws
Southern and Eastern Africa: 77W, A340, 748 and A380 to JNB.
Middle East: Anything except 787 (A380 to Jeddah and 748 to DXB)
Asia: Anything (SIN is all 747/A380)
Australia/NZ: All 77L except Auckland and Wellington with a 77W. Auckland has a stopover in Hong Kong while Wellington has a stopover at Singapore. Christchurch has a 77L service with a stopover at Sydney.
Also Asmara and Paris have an A320neo service.

5. GlobeConnect miles
Based on price paid.
Tiers:
GlobeConnect White (75k miles)
GlobeConnect Blue (125k miles)
GlobeConnect Red (500k miles)
Notice how these colours are in the Union Jack?

6. Star Alliance
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Sat Jul 22, 2017 11:14 pm

1. Flynow

2.LCC

3.Fleet: 15x 787-8 (55x 787-8, 50x 787-9 on order)

4. Hubs: ATH (HQ), LGW, ORY, MAD, BCN, AMS, LIS

Routes:
ATH-EWR
ATH-DWC
ATH-PEK
LGW-EWR
LGW-LAX
LGW-SAN
LGW-FLL
CDG-EWR
CDG-LAX
CDG-SAN
CDG-FLL

5. Frequent Flyer program: MilesPlus (single-tier, in works)

Lounges: FlyLounge (CruiseClass only)

Aircraft configuration:

787-8: 32x CruiseClass (J) + 259x NowClass (Y)
787-9: 35x CruiseClass (J) + 309x NowClass (Y)
A350/CSeries = bae
 
BENAir01
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Sun Jul 23, 2017 1:06 pm

For the hub you said ORY but for the toutes CDG... also where are MAD, LIS, BCN, AMS?
Why is flying so expensive? And why is flying well so much more?
 
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PatrickZ80
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Wed Jul 26, 2017 6:19 am

Plus it's said to be 1990, the 787 was not yet around by then.
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Wed Jul 26, 2017 4:09 pm

Neither was DWC
Why is flying so expensive? And why is flying well so much more?
 
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CarlosSi
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Thu Jul 27, 2017 4:28 am

I thought about the idea of a Texas-regional airline that flies to a lot of under-served markets, something like Silver Airways. I'd call it "Bluebonnet Express", with bases in Dallas and Houston, and focus cities in Austin and San Antonio. Callsign Bluebonnet, ..... although I think "Alamo" may be an even cooler callsign, except I don't think it'd be good for an airline called "Bluebonnet", based in a city that isn't necessarily San Antonio. Maybe "Dillo", although I think I'd want the name to be a little more directly relevant to the airline than to the state.

I'd fly EMB120s for the really thin routes (like Angelo-Austin), and perhaps e145s for the bigger ones, or instead e170/190s within the Texas-Triangle.

1. Bluebonnet Express

2. Regional

3. Thin routes: EMB120
Medium/high density: e170, e190

4. DFW, IAH, AUS, SAT

I have a map I created with all the routes for each type, I'll post it later if I remember.

5. Lone Star Awards

6. None, preferably codesharing with American or United

The idea (though now unpopular) is an airline that serves a lot of under-served/unserved cities in Texas to the big cities (like Great Lakes). Codesharing with American and/or United would enable someone from say Lufkin to avoid the drive to DFW or IAH, and connect to anywhere in the US or the world from there. Or maybe just to fly from San Angelo to Austin. It would also be convenient to go through TSA at a smaller airport than to have to deal with it after the drive. I'm not sure if this concept would really survive on its own without some sort of EAS subsidies (yeah yeah, moocher express!).
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Tue Aug 08, 2017 7:39 am

]1. Airline name - Puertorriquena de Aviacion
1 1/2. Type - what is the type of airline? Major
2. Headquarters - San Juan Luis Munoz Marin
3. Hubs - San Juan Luis Munoz Marin, Aguadilla
4. Focus cities - Ponce
5. Fleet - what is your fleet? Bell helicopter, ATR72, ATR42 B737, B757, A340, A380, B777, B787, B747
6. Aircraft configs - how are your aircraft configured? Economy. Y: 3-3-3 pitch 19in., Business 2-2-2, 25 inches)
, Business First, 2-1-2, 30 inches, First, 1-1-1, 40 inches
7. Codeshares - does your airline have codeshares? AM MEX-SAN, MEX-TIJ, DL ATL-INC, ATL-HND, ATL-NRT
8. Frequent Flyer Miles - write down the name and tiers of your FF program. Plan Coqui (first tier: Bebe Coqui. Second tier: Coqui Maduro. Top tier: Coqui Mayor)
9. Member lounges - BQN, JFK, LHR, MAD, MAZ, MCO, MEX,MIA, OHR, PSE
10. Subsidiaries -Puertorriquena Cargo (737-F
, 747F)
11. Flights.

There an ONLY choose Short, Medium and Long Haul aircraft.
No making up aircraft. (e.g. A390, or A323, or A318F)
Make sure your aircraft have re alliances:

Alliance: SkyTeam

Sorry, my computer is terrible...I will finish my airline ASAP.
 
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Re: Create your own airline 4

Mon Oct 09, 2017 5:13 am

1.Airline Name: ZetaJet: Airline type:Major
2.HQ/Hubs: Bangkok,TH
3. 12 A330-343/322 18 767-400ER 6 A340-541 14 777-200 10 A320-214 18 A330-243 1.737-500
20 737-900ER 12 787-8 16 777-200ER 12 767-300ER 6 A340-641 6 747-400 4 A350-900
4.Hub:BKK/HKT
Routes:BKK-HKT/CNX/KKC/VTE/NYT/RGN/KMG/HAN/SGN/KUL/PEN/MNL/PNH: 737-900ER/A320-214/A330-322/777-200/747-400/737-500
BKK-CGK/SIN/DPS/SUB/PER/DEL/BOM/DXB/HKG/TPE/CTU/SPN/GUM/MCT/KIX/CTS/PEK/PVG 767-300ER/767-400ER/777-200/A350-900
HKT-SIN/PEK/PVG/SVO/LED/VVO/ICN/NRT/HND 777-200ER
BKK-NRT/ICN/HND/SYD/MEL 787-8/A330-343/747-400
BKK-LHR/CDG/FRA/SVO/LAX/SFO/HNL/YVR A340-541/787-8
BKK-CAI/JNB/RUN/MLE A330-243/767-300ER/777-200/737-900ER(For MLE only)
5.Frequent flyer:ZetaMiles
3 Levels:1.(Lowest):Sliver
2.Gold
3.Diamond
6.Alliance:None.
 
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Thu Oct 12, 2017 2:27 am

Quantum Airlines
Headquarters: Chicago
Hubs: Boston, Charlotte, Chicago-O'Hare, Denver, Guam, Los Angeles, Miami, New York-JFK, San Francisco
Focus Cities: Frankfurt, Honolulu, London-Heathrow, Tokyo-Narita
Destinations: 491 Destinations in 80 countries on 6 continents
Mainline Fleet: A321, 737-700, 737-800, 757-200, 767-300, 777-200, 777-300, 787
Regional Fleet: ERJ-145, ERJ-175, Q400, Saab 340
Lounge: Constellation Club
Frequent Flyer Program: WorldPass
In Flight Magazine: Argosy
Alliance: Star Alliance

Created by the merger of Continental, Frontier, & Texas International in 1980. Acquired Braniff's South American operations in 1982 along with Air Florida. In 1983 merged with PSA to strengthen LAX & SFO hubs. TWA acquired in 1985. Pan Am's Pacific operations in acquired in 1986. Piedmont acquired in 1989. Pan Am's Atlantic & Shuttle operations purchased in 1991.

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