JeremyJamie
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Create your own airline

Tue May 30, 2017 8:31 am

This is a forum game where you post your own, imaginative airline. There will be NO MONEY to make this easier. The game is now in 2000.

Steps:
1. Airline name - what is your airline's name? (e.g. Air London)
1 1/2. Type - what is the type of airline? Major, Low-cost, Minor, or Cargo?
2. Headquarters - where is your headquarters? (e.g. London Stansted)
3. Hubs - where are your hubs? (e.g. London Heathrow, London Stansted etc.)
4. Focus cities - where are your focus cities? (e.g. Paris CDG etc.)
5. Fleet - what is your fleet? (e.g. 552x Boeing 767-200ER)

Regional - ATR72, ATR42, Bombardier Dash 8 Q400, CRJ200, CRJ900, Fokker 50 etc.
Short haul - A318, A319, A320, A321, B737, SSJ100, TU154 etc.
Medium haul - B757, A310, A300, TU204 etc
Long haul - MD11, A340, A330, A380, A350, B777, B787, B767, B747 etc.

6. Aircraft configs - how are your aircraft configured? (e.g. All Economy. Y: 3-3-3 pitch 19in.)
7. Codeshares - does your airline have codeshares? (e.g. BA LHR-JFK, LHR-EWR)
8. Frequent Flyer Miles - write down the name and tiers of your FF program. (e. g. TT Miles: Blue, Platinum)
9. Member lounges - do you have, and where are your lounges? (e.g. LHR, LGW)
10. Subsidiaries - do you have subsidiaries? If you do, what are they called? Start from step 1 for these subsidiaries. (e.g. London Express)
11. Flights.

There are a few rules -
If you are a LCC, you can ONLY choose Short and Medium Haul aircraft.
If you are a Cargo Airline, you can ONLY choose Short, Medium and Long Haul aircraft.
No making up aircraft. (e.g. A390, or A323, or A318F)
Make sure your aircraft have reasonable lifespans. (don't make your F50 last 130 years)
Helicopters are allowed, but they can't take up more than 20% of your fleet.
You can join one of the following alliances:

SkyTeam
Star Alliance
oneworld
Value Alliance (LCCs ONLY)
Vanilla Alliance
U-FLY Alliance (Cargo ONLY)

And finally:
Step 12: BEGIN!
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Updated aircraft list: Create your Own Airline

Wed May 31, 2017 5:30 am

Here is an extended list of aircraft you can purchase:
Regional:
Antonov An148
Antonov An158
Antonov An178
Avro RJ75/BAe146-100
Avro RJ85/BAe146-200
Avro RJ100/BAe146-300
Bombardier Dash 8-100
Bombardier Dash 8 (Q)200
Bombardier Dash 8 (Q)300
Bombardier Dash 8 (Q)400
Bombardier CRJ100
Bombardier CRJ200
Bombardier CRJ700
Bombardier CRJ900
Bombardier CRJ1000
Embraer E120 Brasilia
Embraer ERJ135
Embraer ERJ140
Embraer ERJ145
Fokker F27
Short Haul:
Airbus A319 (no A318 yet)
Airbus A320
Airbus A321
Boeing 737-200
Boeing 737-300
Boeing 737-400
Boeing 737-500
Boeing 737-600
Boeing 737-700
Boeing 737-800
Comac ARJ21-200
Comac ARJ21-700
Comac ARJ21-900
(C919 comes in 2010)
Tupolev Tu154
Tupolev Tu154M
Medium Haul:
Airbus A300
Airbus A310
Boeing 727-200Adv
Boeing 757-200
Boeing 757-300
Ilyushin Il-18
Ilyushin Il-62
Tupolev Tu204-100
Tupolev Tu204-200
Tupolev Tu204-300
Long Haul:
Airbus A330-200/300
Airbus A340-200/300/500/600
Boeing 747-100/200/300/400/SP
Boeing 707-120/320
Boeing 767-200/300
Boeing 777-200
Ilyushin Il-62M
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Wed May 31, 2017 6:23 am

And now, finally, for my own airline.

1. Airline name: Morocco Airline. IATA: MA. ICAO: MAL. (Slogan: African Spirit)
1 1/2. Type: Major.
2. HQ. Casablanca
3. Hubs. Casablanca.
4. Focus cities: London, New York, Hong Kong
5. Fleet: 22x Avro RJ75, 26x Airbus A319-100, 9x Airbus A320-200, 8x Airbus A330-300, 8x Airbus A330-300D (launch customer) 11x Airbus A340-600
6. Aircraft configs:
RJ75: All Economy. Y: 2-3 pitch 19in.
A319: All Economy. Y: 3-3 pitch 20in.,
A320: J: 3-3 with the middle seats empty. Pitch 20in with all-leather seats.
A330-300: F: 1-1 lie-flat semi-enclosed reverse herringbone sleeper suites. J: 2-2-2 semi-enclosed lie-flat reverse herringbone sleepers. K: 2-3-2 pitch 24in. Y: 2-4-2 pitch 20in.
A340-600: F: 1-1 lie-flat enclosed sleeper suites. J: 2-2-2 semi-enclosed lie-flat reverse herringbone sleepers. K: 2-3-2 pitch 45in. Y: 3-3-3 pitch 20in.
7. Codeshares: None at present
8. Première Miles: Tiers: Blue, Bronze, Silver, Gold, Diamond, Platinum, Première (in order)
9. Lounges - CMN, RBA, LHR, EWR, JFK, HKG
10. Subsidiaries:
1. Name: Moroccan Express Air-link
2. Type: Minor
3. Hubs. Rabat, Casablanca
4. None at present
5. Fleet: 29x ATR 72-500
6. Aircraft configs: ATR72-500: J: 2-2 pitch 22in. Y: 2-2 pitch 19in.
7. Codeshares: Morocco Airline, CMN-RBA and some inter-African flights.
8. FF Miles: uses Première Miles.
9. Lounges - uses Morocco Airline lounges.
10. None.
11. 2x ATR 72-500, hourly flight CMN-RBA.
Other destinations from CMN: RAK, AGA, TNG, FEZ, OZZ, ESU, NDR, AHU, ERH, TTU, TTA, CAS, SII, OUD, VIL, EUN, BEM, OZG, GMD
Other destinations from RBA: RAK, TNG, OZZ, NDR, AHU, TTU, TTA, SII, VIL, OZG, GMD
11. RJ75: Algiers, Batna, Constantine, Oran, Tiemcen, N'Djamena, Alexandria (ALY), Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Luxor, Sharm-el-Sheikh, Benghazi, Tripoli, Tunis, Djerba, Geneva, Palermo, Seville, Porto, Ankara
A319: Birmingham, Cairo, Tel Aviv, Amman, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona, Zurich, Vienna, London (Gatwick), London (Stansted), Manchester, Dublin, Edinburgh, Brussels, Munich, Warsaw, Copenhagen, Budapest, Milan, Paris (ORY), Kiev, Berlin, Hamburg, Liverpool, Edinburgh
A320: Rome, Frankfurt, Barcelona, Paris (CDG), London (LHR), Istanbul, Glasgow, Athens, Venice, Luxembourg
A330-300: Cape Town, Johannesburg, Mumbai, Seoul, Beijing, Bangkok, New Delhi, Miami, Mexico City, Las Vegas, New York (EWR)
A330-300D: Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Manama, Doha, Kuwait, Tehran, Riyadh, Hyderabad
A340-600: Hong Kong, New York (JFK), Tokyo (both HDN and NRT), Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Washington DC (Dulles), Los Angeles, Oakland, SeaTac, Chicago, Dallas.

Alliance: oneworld.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Create your Own Airline (V2)

Wed May 31, 2017 10:24 am

This game starts in 2017.

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

1. Name your airline.

2. IATA/ICAO Code.

3. Choose what kind of airline you want
Low-cost
Major
Minor
Cargo
Airlink/Express

4. Buy airplanes
Regional (Type One): ATR 42, ATR 72, Bombardier Dash 8 Q400
Short-Range (Type Two): 737NG, A320, MD-90, 737MAX, A320neo
Medium-Range (Type Three): 757, 767, A330
Long-Range (Type Four): 747-400, 747-8I, 777, 787, A340, A350, A380.

Aircraft rules:
LCCs can only purchase Type 2 and 3.
AirLinks can only purchase Type 1, 2 and 4.
Cargo airlines can only purchase types 2, 3 and 4.

5. Set your Hubs and Lounges.

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

I'll remind everyone what year it is.

7. If you want you can join an alliance
Star Alliance
SkyTeam
Oneworld
Value Alliance(LCC's only)
Vanilla Alliance (only if your HQ is in the Indian Ocean)
WOW Alliance(Cargo only)
SkyTeam Cargo(Cargo Only)
U-FLY Aliiance(LCC's only)

8. Flights.

9. Other info + livery.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your Own Airline (V2)

Wed May 31, 2017 3:32 pm

1.) Delta Air Lines

2.) DL/DAL

3.) Major

4.) 112x 737MAX, 25x MD-90, 18x 767, 24x 747-8I

5.)
Hubs: KMSP (Minneapolis St. Paul), KATL (Atlanta), KPHX (Phoenix)
Lounges at ALL HUBS and at KLAX, KBWI, KLAS, KJFK

6.) Card costs $90 per month, every $1 spent on tickets or in flight services gets you 2 miles. Miles expire 2 years after receiving them.

7.) SkyTeam

8.) DOMESTIC FLIGHTS
Inter connected flights between all airports listed.
LAX, LAS, MSP, PHX, JFK, BWI, LIT, ANC, SFO, SAN, SMF, DEN, FLL, MIA, ATL, TPA, HNL, BOI, ORD, IND, CVG, MSY, BOS, DTW, BJI, JAN, RNO, CLE, MDT, BNA, AUS, IAH, DFW, IAD, SEA, CYS, MKE,
INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS
From MSP, LAX, JFK to airports listed below
Seoul, Tokyo, LHR, Hong Kong, Beijing, Paris, Berlin, Moscow. SXM, Cancun

9.) Let me know if you need more
- Livery: Same as real world Delta Air Lines Livery

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Zachary//thewizbizman
Future Airline Pilot
Entrepreneur
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:13 am

As our many Avro RJ75 aircraft are ageing, we are now evaluating a list of replacement aircraft for these -
1. More Avros
2. The larger Avro RJ85
3. Airbus A319 - too big?
4. ATR 72-500
5. The NEW ATR 72-600
6. Embraer ERJ135 - too small?
7. Embraer ERJ140/145 - also too small?
8. The new Embraer E175?
9. Bombardier CRJ700/900 - requires new training and range problems
10. Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 - requires new training and range problems
11. Antonov An-148 - requires new training + simulators and low quality
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:19 am

The new Embraer E-175 has been selected as the replacement aircraft for our Avro RJ75s. These have been selected as they have similar size and range, and have a decent passenger rating. The new simulators are now being installed at MAL's Casablanca training centre. We are, however, planning to keep a few (2-9) RJ75s for fallback and charters. We have placed an order for 7 E175s to be delivered in October.
Names:
CN-HJY (Endeavour)
CN-HJZ (Discovery)
CN-HKB (City of Kanye)
CN-HKF (City of Bangkok)
CN-HKG (City of Nairobi)
CN-HKH (Jamal)
CN-HKI (City of Mumbai)
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:44 am

We have signed a codeshare agreement with Royal Air Maroc (AT).
AT208 (Casablanca-Montreal) will now become MA7908.
AT800 and AT802 (Casablanca-London) will become MA6004.
AT216 (Casablanca-Doha) will become MA2356.
AT220 (Casablanca-Moscow) will become MA9909.
AT822 (Casablanca-Munich) will become MA9292.

And the other way around:

MA1676/1678/1680 (Tripoli) will become AT999,1000 and 1001.
MA037 (Casablanca-Newark) will become AT8732.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your Own Airline (V2)

Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:50 am

1. Luxembourg Airways.
2. IATA: L2. ICAO: L2W.
3. Minor
4. 3x Airbus A330-200, 2x Boeing 737-800
5. Luxembourg-Findel (LUX)
6. None
7. None
8. A330: 5x Weekly New York-JFK
3x Weekly Washington DC (Dulles)
3x Weekly Dubai (DXB)
1x Weekly Hong Kong
737-800: 2x Daily London/LHR
1x Daily London/Gatwick
1x Daily Paris/Orly
1x Daily Frankfurt.
9. The same as Luxair livery.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your Own Airline (V2)

Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:51 am

thewizbizman wrote:
1.)
Future Airline Pilot
Entrepreneur


I think we have something in common.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jun 01, 2017 11:19 am

All of our ordered Embraer E-Jets have arrived at our Casablanca base. We are using these jets for flights between Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakesh and Tangiers for crew familiarisation purposes. Over 130 pilots have applied to transfer to the Embraers. We are releasing a list of flights that these E-Jets will replace the RJ75s on:

CN-HJY (Endeavour) - Casablanca-Algiers
CN-HJZ (Discovery) - Casablanca-Oran
CN-HKB (City of Kanye) - Casablanca-Alexandria
CN-HKF (City of Bangkok) - Casablanca-Tenerife
CN-HKG (City of Nairobi) - Casablanca-Tripoli
CN-HKH (Jamal) - Casablanca-Tunis, Casablanca-N'Djamena
CN-HKI (City of Mumbai) - Casablanca-Palermo, Casablanca-Seville.

A further 4 E-175s are being ordered:

CN-IOS (Anne)
CN-IOT (City of Marrakesh)
CN-IOZ (City of Durban)
CN-IOV (Joanna)

Also, a further 10 E-Jet series simulators have been ordered, in conjunction with the 2 E-Jet emergency crew training sims.

We have signed a letter of intent (LOI) for 12 additional Airbus A330-300s.
We have also made a firm commitment for 11 A319LRs for inter-African flights.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jun 01, 2017 11:20 am

We have converted 6 of our 11 commitments for A319LRs into firm orders.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jun 01, 2017 11:24 am

2 of our 11 A319LRs have arrived.

CN-7HY (Princess) - Casablanca-Lome, Casablanca-Lagos
CN-HYY (City of Dubai) - Casablanca-Monrovia, Casablanca-Khartoum
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your Own Airline (V2)

Thu Jun 01, 2017 11:24 am

JeremyJamie wrote:
thewizbizman wrote:
1.)
Future Airline Pilot
Entrepreneur


I think we have something in common.


I want to be a pilot for an airline to gain experience and eventually own my own major airline based out of the United States.

~Zac
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Fri Jun 02, 2017 12:19 pm

2 more of our A319LRs have been delivered.

CN-POQW (Melanie) - Casablanca-Doala, Casablanca-Brazzaville
CN-TATK (City of Antananarivo) - Casablanca-Salak, Casablanca-Franceville
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your Own Airline (V2)

Sat Jun 03, 2017 2:58 am

Are you my ghost or something...??
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Sun Jun 04, 2017 12:28 pm

JeremyJamie wrote:
2 more of our A319LRs have been delivered.

CN-POQW (Melanie) - Casablanca-Doala, Casablanca-Brazzaville
CN-TATK (City of Antananarivo) - Casablanca-Salak, Casablanca-Franceville



Too many letters in the aircraft registration. Should have 5 letters in total, ZZ-ZZZ etc
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Mon Jun 05, 2017 1:59 pm

JeremyJamie wrote:
If you are a LCC, you can ONLY choose Short and Medium Haul aircraft.


What? I can't have my long haul LCC? In real life there are quite a few long haul LCCs (Norwegian, Air Asia X, Scoot, JetStar, EuroWings, Level, etc). That would be my choice of airline.

Let's assume this rule does not exist. This would be my airline:

Airline name: Sheep (nickname: the sheepest airline)
Type: ULCC
Headquarters: Eindhoven
Hubs: Eindhoven, Frankfurt Hahn, London Stansted, East Midlands, Milan Bergamo, Oslo Torp
Focus cities: New York Stewart, Los Angeles Ontario, San Francisco Oakland, Chicago Rockford, Miami Fort Lauderdale, Bangkok Don Mueang
Fleet: 50x A330-300
Aircraft configs: All economy
Codeshares: We don't do codeshares
Frequent Flyer Miles: We don't have a frequent flyer program, we just offer the lowest price
Member lounges: We don't have any lounges
Subsidiaries: We don't have any
Flights: We're not part of an alliance
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Wed Jun 07, 2017 8:02 am

mattyfitzg wrote:
JeremyJamie wrote:
2 more of our A319LRs have been delivered.

CN-POQW (Melanie) - Casablanca-Doala, Casablanca-Brazzaville
CN-TATK (City of Antananarivo) - Casablanca-Salak, Casablanca-Franceville



Too many letters in the aircraft registration. Should have 5 letters in total, ZZ-ZZZ etc


How about G-BOAC, A6-EDG etc?
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Wed Jun 07, 2017 4:53 pm

JeremyJamie wrote:
mattyfitzg wrote:
JeremyJamie wrote:
2 more of our A319LRs have been delivered.

CN-POQW (Melanie) - Casablanca-Doala, Casablanca-Brazzaville
CN-TATK (City of Antananarivo) - Casablanca-Salak, Casablanca-Franceville



Too many letters in the aircraft registration. Should have 5 letters in total, ZZ-ZZZ etc


How about G-BOAC, A6-EDG etc?


G-BOAC is 5 characters, as is A6-EDG.......
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Wed Jun 07, 2017 8:03 pm

3 more A330-300s have been delivered to Sheep. This allows us to start a new hub in Billund.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:51 am

mattyfitzg wrote:
JeremyJamie wrote:
mattyfitzg wrote:


Too many letters in the aircraft registration. Should have 5 letters in total, ZZ-ZZZ etc


How about G-BOAC, A6-EDG etc?


G-BOAC is 5 characters, as is A6-EDG.......


Oops, I feel stupid now.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Sat Jun 24, 2017 10:51 am

It is finally time to launch MAL's highly anticipated subsidiary:

Air Moscow!
Air Moscow is a Moscow/Sheremetyevo based "transit carrier" that operates flights in five categories:

CAT 1: Domestic Flights (Vnukovo) (St. Petersburg, Minsk, Vladivostok etc.)
CAT 2: European Flights (Sheremetyevo) (London, Paris, Lisbon etc.)
CAT 3: Asian Flights (Sheremetyevo) (Hong Kong, Beijing, Tokyo etc.)
CAT 4: US Flights (Sheremetyevo) (New York, Los Angeles, Seattle etc.)
CAT 5: Scandinavian Flights (Vnukovo) (Oslo, Stockholm etc.)

1) Airline name: Air Moscow
2) IATA/ICAO Code: AO / AOM
3) Type: Major
4) Fleet: 38x Airbus A319-100, 11x Airbus A321-200, 33x Airbus A330-300, 18x Boeing 777-200, 2x Boeing 787-8 (4 more to be delivered), 21x Sukhoi SSJ100-95, 3x Short 360
5) HQ: Moscow/Sheremetyevo. Hubs: Moscow/Sheremetyevo, Moscow/Vnukovo.
6) FF Program: You need to fly on 2 flights before being allowed to apply for our Сибирские мили program (Siberian Miles). There you get the following:
Economy: 45% of Actual Miles Flown
Premium Economy: 60% of Actual Miles Flown
European /Scandinavian Business: 85% of Actual Miles Flown
Asian / US Business: 100% of Actual Miles Flown
First: 230% of Actual Miles Flown
7) Alliance: SkyTeam
8) Flights:

SSJ-100:
Voronezh 2x daily
Saratov 2x daily
Nizhniy Novgorod 5x daily
Kazan 4x daily
Perm 4x daily
Samara 4x daily
Volgograd 4x daily
Rostov-On-Don 5x daily
Krasnodar 2x daily
Makhachkala 1x daily, Klsvodsk technical stop
Elista 2x daily
Izhevsk 4x daily
Ufa 5x daily
Orenburg 2x daily
Yekarintenburg 5x daily
Chelyabinsk 5 daily
Tyumen 1x daily, Tolyatti technical stop
Syktyvkar 2x daily
Pskov 2x daily
Veliky Novgorod 2x daily
Luga 3x daily
London City 1x daily

Short 360:
Moscow Vnukovo - Moscow Zhukovsky
Moscow Zhukovsky - Moscow Domodedovo
Moscow Domodedovo - Moscow Zhukovsky
Moscow Domodedovo - Moscow Vnukovo
Moscow Sheremetyevo - Moscow Vnukovo
Moscow Domodedovo - Moscow Sheremetyevo
Moscow Sheremetyevo - Moscow Zhukovsky
Every flight above flies every two hours.

A321:
St. Petersburg 5x daily
London Heathrow 5x daily
London Gatwick 4x daily
Paris CDG 3x daily
Frankfurt 4x daily
Munich 4x daily
Kiev 5x daily
Astana 2x daily
Istanbul 5x daily
Rome 3x daily

A319:
Iași 3x weekly
Budapest 1x daily
Stuttgart 1x daily
Geneva 1x daily
Zurich 1x daily
Warsaw 1x daily
Vienna 1x daily
Prague 1x daily
Berlin 1x daily
Manchester 1x daily
Madrid 1x daily
Valencia 5x weekly
Barcelona 1x daily
Venice 1x daily
Milan 1x daily
Ankara 1x daily
Oslo 1x daily
Stockholm 1x daily
Copenhagen 1x daily
Malmö 3x weekly
Torp Stavanger 3x weekly
Tromsø 1x weekly
Luleå 1x weekly
Murmansk 2x weekly
Hamburg 1x daily
Minsk 1x daily
Palermo 6x weekly
Skopje 4x weekly
Bratislava 1x daily

A330-300
New Delhi
Washington Dulles
Mumbai
Beijing
Shanghai (PVG)
Vladivostok
Dubai
Abu Dhabi
Seattle
Oakland
Johannesburg
Cape Town
Durban
Nairobi
Mandalay
Jakarta
Surabaya
Denpasar (Bali)
Honolulu
Kona
Buenos Aires
Santiago
Brasilia
Sao Paulo
Panama City (24)
Mexico City
Minneapolis
Detroit
Vancouver
Toronto
Riyadh
Jeddah
Guangzhou
Taipei
Busan

B777-200:
Hong Kong
Kuwait
Tokyo - Narita
Tokyo - Haneda
New York - JFK
Chicago
Dallas
Houston
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Kuala Lumpur
Singapore
Rio de Janeiro
Osaka
Okinawa
San Diego
Phoenix
Tel Aviv
Atlanta
Seoul

B787-8
London LHR
Havana
Miami
Orlando
Jeju
Sapporo

9) Separate lounge terminal at Sheremetyevo, fleet of 18 Mercedes-Maybach S600 custom stretch limo to take First Class passengers directly from the lounge terminal to the aircraft, where they are boarded up to 20 minutes before other passengers travelling in other classes.
Livery: massive navy blue Air Moscow titles on forward fuselage (ONLY BEFORE THE ENGINES). Black silhouette of Moscow cityscape on starboard rear side, and those onion - shaped thingies' black silhouettes on the port rear side. The entire fuselage background is a mild silver, with a navy blue bottom. On the tail is our beautifully designed M-shaped logo.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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Geminijets101
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:50 pm

1) Airline name: Florida Airlines
2) IATA/ICAO Code: FLX / FOM
3) Type: Major
4) Fleet: 42x 737-800//12x A319//2xA320(one leased from American Airlines)//6x A350-900//8x 777-200ER//2x 747-400//3x 747-300//12x 747-8i//
5) HQ: Miami International Airport // Hubs: Miami International Airport, Orlando Sanford Airport//
7) Alliance: OneWorld
8) Flights:

747-8i:
MIA-LGW
MIA-HNL
MIA-ANC
MIA-FRA
MIA-AMS
MIA-EZE
SFB-LGW
SFB-EZE
SFB-MIA
SFB-LHR
SFB-MAD
SFB-BCN
SFB-DXB

747-300:
MIA-MAD
MIA-BCN
MIA-DXB

747-400:
MIA-LHR
MIA-ANC
MIA-SVO

777-200:
MIA-DME
MIA-CPT
MIA-CDG
MIA-FCO
MIA-CDG
SFB-CDG
SFB-FCO
SFB-VCE

A350-900:
MIA-VCE
MIA-NRT
MIA-HND
MIA-GRU
MIA-ORY
SFB-GRU

A320:
MIA-YYZ
SFB-EWR

A319:
MIA-ORD
MIA-MCO
MIA-DFW
MIA-TPA
MIA-EWR
MIA-YUL
MIA-CUN
MIA-FPO
SFB-LGA
SFB-JFK
SFB-EWR
SFB-YUL

737-800:
MIA-JFK
MIA-LGA
MIA-LAX
MIA-LPY
MIA-NAS
MIA-DAL
MIA-MCI
MIA-BHM
MIA-PHX
MIA-LGB
MIA-PWM
MIA-AUG
MIA-AUA
MIA-SXM
MIA-CCS
MIA-ATL
MIA-CLT
MIA-DTW
MIA-ABQ
MIA-ACY
MIA-MSY
MIA-SLC
MIA-CPR
MIA-JAC
MIA-IAD
MIA-BTV
MIA-MSP
MIA-PIT
MIA-IAH
MIA-JAX
MIA-MEM
MIA-AMA
SFB-IAH
SFB-DAL
SFB-SLC
SFB-JAC
SFB-BTV
SFB-PIT
SFB-AUG
SFB-MEM
SFB-BTV
SFB-AUA
I won't be a Rock star, I will be a legend. ~Freddie Mercury.
 
bgboiflyer
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Jul 06, 2017 8:57 pm

Hangzhou Airlines

IATA: BM/ ICAO: HZH/ CALLSIGN: HANGZHOU

Major

Short-Range (Type Two): 737NG, 737MAX, Comac C919
Long-Range (Type Four): 787-8

Hubs: Hangzhou Xiaoshan- HGH
Beijing Capital- PEK
Chengdu Shuangliu- CTU
Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok- HKG
Lounges in:
HGH
PEK
PVG
SHA
CSX
CTU
CAN
WUH

Frequent Flyer Program: LakeKilos
Platinum- 200,000 km (Unlimited Lounge Passes, automatic upgrades, free seat selection in Y, J and 40% off all purchases)
Gold- 50,000 km (Unlimited lounge passes, high priority upgrades, free seat selection in Y, 50% off J upgrade/seat selection)
Silver- 10,000 km (2 lounge passes daily, priority upgrades, free seat selection in Y)
Basic- none (Lounge

Flights
From Hangzhou
HGH-PEK
HGH-SHE
HGH-HRB
HGH-CGQ
HGH-DLC
HGH-TYN
HGH-TSN
HGH-TNA
HGH-TAO
HGH-CGO
HGH-XIY
HGH-WUH
HGH-CKG
HGH-SHA
HGH-PVG
HGH-WNZ
HGH-FOC
HGH-KHN
HGH-XMN
HGH-CAN
HGH-SZX
HGH-HKG
HGH-MFM
HGH-NNG
HGH-LZH
HGH-KWL
HGH-KWE
HGH-KMG
HGH-CTU
HGH-LXA
HGH-LHW
HGH-URC
HGH-TPE
HGH-KHH
HGH-ICN
HGH-PUS
HGH-CJU (Seasonal)
HGH-FUK
HGH-HIJ
HGH-KIX
HGH-NGO
HGH-NRT
HGH-HND
HGH-CTS
HGH-HAN
HGH-SGN
HGH-MNL
HGH-BKK
HGH-HKT
HGH-REP
HGH-KUL
HGH-SIN
HGH-CGK (Seasonal)
HGH-AMS
HGH-LHR (Seasonal)
HGH-SYD
HGH-SEA
HGH-LAX
HGH-ORD
HGH-YYZ
From Beijing
PEK-HGH
PEK-CTU
PEK-HKG
PEK-CSX
PEK-WUH
PEK-PVG
PEK-CAN
PEK-YVR
From Chengdu
CTU-HGH
CTU-PEK
CTU-PVG
CTU-SHA
CTU-CSX
CTU-WUH
CTU-HKG
From Wuhan
WUH-HGH
WUH-PEK
WUH-HKG
WUH-JFK
From Changsha
CSX-PEK
CSX-HGH
CSX-HKG
From Hong Kong
HKG-HGH
HKG-PEK
HKG-WUH
HKG-CTU
HKG-CSA
HKG-PVG
HKG-BOM
HKG-HAN
HKG-SGN
HKG-MNL
From Shanghai Pudong
PVG-PEK
PVG-HGH
PVG-HKG
From Shanghai Hongqiao
SHA-PEK
SHA-HGH
SHA-CTU

Future Routes:
HGH-CDG
HGH-DXB
PEK-NRT
HGH-HAK

Fleet as of 2017:
Boeing 737-800 In Fleet: 24 orders: 2
J: Rows 1-2 AC-DF Pitch 38" Width: 21"
Y: Rows 3-28 ABC-DEF Pitch 32" Width: 18"
Boeing 737-900ER In Fleet: 12 Orders: 8
J: Rows 1-4 AC-DF Pitch 40" Width: 21" Power Ports
Y: Rows 3-34 ABC-DEF Pitch 32" Width 18"
Boeing 787-8 In Fleet: 7 Orders: 5
J: Rows 1-6 AC-DG-HK Pitch 65" Width 22" Lie-Flat/IFE/Power Ports
Y: Rows 20-42 ABC-DEG-HJK (Except 42 AC-DEG-HK) Pitch: 32-33" Width: 17.5" IFE and Power Ports
Comac C919 Orders: 15
 
bunumuring
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Re: Create your own airline

Fri Jul 07, 2017 2:40 pm

Hey guys,
Here goes...

Introducing 'BunumuringAir, the soaring spirit of the sky'.... (Google 'bunumuring' to learn its meaning)
Based in a brand new dedicated terminal at Sydney West International Airport, Badgerys Creek with a secondary hub in Canberra and another in Newcastle.

Fleet and operations:
* regional / shorthaul / long thin routes: 6 x CS100s plus 8 x CS300s
- services to regional cities across the Eastern seaboard plus some transtasman / Fiji flying from Canberra and Newcastle
* domestic NB / transcon / transtasman / Pacific island routes: 16 x 737MAX8s plus 12 x 737MAX10s
- services to all Australian capital cities and major towns and tourist destinations plus transtasman flying to Auckland and Pacific island flying to Fiji and Samoa
* domestic WB / transcon / transtasman / near Asia routes: 12 x 787-8s
- services to all Australian capital cities and major towns and tourist destinations plus peak time transtasman flying to Auckland and peak time Pacific island flying to Fiji and Samoa
* international WB longer haul / transpacific routes: 8 x 787-9s plus 6 x 787-10s
- services to Singapore, HK, Shanghai Pudong, Bangkok, Tokyo Haneda, Bali, Mumbai, Vancouver (seasonal), Athens via Singapore, Rome via Singapore, Paris via Singapore
* international WB ULH routes: 6 x 777-8s
- services to LHR & JFK nonstop
* international WB trunk routes: 8 x 777-9s
- services to LAX, LHR via Singapore, peak time Bali, peak time HK
* domestic and Auckland freight: 3 x 737-800BCFs
* international freight: 3 x 747-8Fs
- services to China, USA and Japan
* sports and general charters (naming rights sponsor of the Giants AFL team): 2 x CS100s with one largely dedicated to the Giants AFL team (when in season) and painted in a special 'Giants' colourscheme

* on order to replace the 787-8s and open up new Asian / Pacific island routes: 16 x 797MoMs (as one of the launch customers)
* on order to expand freight-only services transtasman, Asian and domestic: 3 x 787Fs (as one of the launch customers)

* Plans to open a third secondary hub in Darwin to specialise in secondary Indonesian / Timorese cities and long thin Asian cities using additional CSeries and 737MAX8s which allow connections to frequent flights to Sydney West, Melbourne and Brisbane using 737MAXs
* Plans to open a fourth secondary hub in Melbourne Avalon for domestic, transcon and (longer term) Auckland flights using CSeries and 737MAX8s
* Plans to open Canberra and Newcastle to Singapore flights, possibly via Darwin once its hub-status is fully operational, using 737MAXs
* Plans to open an LCC leisure-based sub-brand BunumuringSun to specialise in cheaper no frills flights to the Gold Coast, FNQ, Bali and Fiji using an initial fleet of 6 x 737MAX10s and progressing to a fleet of 6 x 797MoMs, after which the MAXs would be redirected to expand the sub-brand's services to other Australian cities
* Longer-term plans to expand to Johannesburg, San Francisco, additional Chinese cities, Seoul, Manila, Tehran, Delhi, Dubai, Rangoon plus additional Pacific Island and PNG routes
* Longer longer-term plans to expand to Berlin or Frankfurt, Seattle, Miami via Mexico City or Dallas (or possibly even Lima), Sao Paulo, Beirut via Addis Abada
* Longer term BunumuringSun plans to expand to Honolulu, Phuket, northern Japan (in ski season) and Queenstown (in ski season)

Cheers,
Bunumuring
I just wanna live while I'm alive!
 
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Chile Airways

Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:50 am

I just really need to satisfy my urge to do my own airline again.

1. Airline Name: Chile Airways
2. IATA/ICAO: EU / ECU
3. Type: Major
4. Fleet: 20x Bombardier Dash 8-Q200, 12x Bombardier Dash 7, 17x Airbus A320-200 (14 of them have Sharklets), 9x Boeing 757-200ER, 16x Boeing 767-200, 22x Boeing 767-300, 31x Boeing 777-200 (14 On Order), 16x Airbus A330-200, 20x A350-900 On Order.
5. Hubs and Lounges:
Our headquarters are in Quito, the capital of Ecuador, and the cultural hub of South America. We have a hub in Mariscal Sucre International Airport (UIO) in Quito. There are two lounges: the Jet, which is for Business and First Class passengers only, and the Winglet, which is for First Class passengers only. There is also a pay-per-use lounge.
6. FF Programmes: None at present.
7. Alliance: Star Alliance
8. Flights:

Dash 8-Q200:

GYE 2x daily
CUE 2x daily, 4x daily on high seasons (a TAP Portugal A330-200 is leased for the tourist seasons)
MEC 1x daily
ESM 1x daily
GPS 2x daily (a TAP Portugal A330-200 is leased for high tourist seasons)
LGQ 2x daily
LTX 2x daily
LOX 3x daily
SCY 2x daily
SNC 1x daily
OCC 2x daily
TUA 5x weekly
UTR 2x daily
UIO 4x daily
ATF 1x daily
PTV 1x daily
TPC 2x daily
LTX 4x daily


Dash 7:

Pasto
Popayán
Cali
Pereira
Neiva
Los Roques
Liberia
Managua
Iquitos
Tarapoto
Feijo
Belize City
Piura
Chiclayo
Cajamarca
Trujillo
San Cristobal
Merida
Cartagena
Jaen


A320-200:

Bogota
Caracas
Lima
Georgetown
Paramaribo
Manaus
La Paz
Cusco
Panama City
Havana
Kingston
Port-au-Prince
San Juan
Brasilia
Mexico City
Monterrey
Nassau
Guatemala


B757-200ER:

Santiago
Buenos Aires
Saõ Paolo
Rio de Janeiro
Asuncion
San Diego
Las Vegas
Dallas
Houston
Miami
Atlanta


Boeing 767-200:

Philadelphia
Boston
Denver
Phoenix
Lagos
Dakar
Monrovia
Casablanca
Birmingham
Hamburg
Brussels
Milan
Toronto
Montreal
Vancouver
Cordoba
Montevideo


Boeing 767-300:

Seattle
San Francisco
London (Gatwick)
Rome
Frankfurt
Athens
Istanbul
Chicago
Detroit
Washington
Newark
Nairobi
Honolulu
Glasgow
Edinburgh
Barcelona
Osaka
Kona
Guam
Auckland
Brisbane
Melbourne
Tokyo (HDN)
Johannesburg
Durban
Cape Town

Notes: 19 of these lounger-haul flights are assigned to aircraft which have winglets.


Boeing 777-200 (22x LR, 9x ER):

Hong Kong
Tokyo (NRT)
Beijing
Shanghai
New York (JFK)
London (LHR)
Paris (CDG)
Barcelona
Madrid
Frankfurt
Munich
Sydney
Singapore
Kuala Lumpur
Seoul
Bangkok
Mumbai
Montreal
Amsterdam
Taipei
Ho Chi Minh
Manila
Dubai
Jeddah
Riyadh
Doha
Abu Dhabi
Tel Aviv
Istanbul
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Toronto

Notes: We are currently experimenting with winglets on this aircraft to better save fuel and allow us to travel longer distances.


Airbus Industrie A330-200:

Guangzhou
Shenzhen
Nagoya
Fukuoka
Busan
Birmingham
Manchester
Dublin
Rotterdam
Paris (ORY)
Toulouse
Milan
Vienna
Zurich
Berlin
Hamburg
Copenhagen
Prague

9. Partners:
American Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Avianca
(Avianca Colombia, Avianca Peru, Avianca El Salvador, Avianca Costa Rica, Avianca Ecuador, Avianca Nicaragua, Avianca Honduras and Avianca Guatemala)
Azul
Tropic Air
AmasZonas Aerolineás
LATAM
GOL Transportes Aeros
AeroMexico
British Airways
Norwegian
Cathay Pacific
JetBlue
flybe
easyJet
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
DerekCZ
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Re: Create your own airline

Mon Aug 07, 2017 7:45 am

A bit OT, but could I include some airlines from this thread in my planned game? :D
It wil be an airline simulator, and I am looking for airlines to include as competition. I would also credit your name somehow (I myself still don't know how exactly it's going to look like, so I can't promise anything).
Thanks, Derek
#etopskilledquads
 
JeremyJamie
Topic Author
Posts: 45
Joined: Mon Nov 28, 2016 1:11 pm

Re: Create your own airline

Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:54 pm

DerekCZ wrote:
A bit OT, but could I include some airlines from this thread in my planned game? :D
It wil be an airline simulator, and I am looking for airlines to include as competition. I would also credit your name somehow (I myself still don't know how exactly it's going to look like, so I can't promise anything).
Thanks, Derek


Sure, no problem. Make sure to post the link to your game!
Thanks, JeremyJamie
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
JeremyJamie
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Re: Create your own airline

Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:58 pm

And again.

1. Airline Name: Saudi Arab Airways
2. IATA/ICAO: SR/SAR
3. Type: Major
4. Fleet:

Current Aircraft:
7x Airbus A321ceo, 18x Airbus A330-200, 5x Airbus A350-900, 22x Boeing 777-200LR, 18x Boeing 777-300ER, 11x Boeing 787-8, 3x Boeing 787-9

On Order:
10x Airbus A321neo, 12x Airbus A380-800, 15x Airbus A350-900, 29x Boeing 787-8, 18x Boeing 787-9

Options:
5x Airbus A321neo, 15x Airbus A350-900, 20x Boeing 787-9

5. Hubs and Lounges:
All our aircraft are based in Riyadh's King Khalid International Airport, except for our low-cost subsidiary's; which are based in Jeddah's King Abdulaziz International Airport.
We have 6 lounges in King Khalid Airport (RUH) and a pay-per-use lounge in Jeddah.
As we are a proud member of oneworld, we are currently sharing a number of member lounges around the world. This includes :

HKG: Qantas/Cathay Pacific Lounges
SYD: Qantas Lounge
NRT: JAL Sakura Lounge
HEL: Finnair Premium Lounge
DOH: Qatar Airways Al Mourjan Lounge
LHR: British Airways First & Business Lounges (T5 North Lounge)
LGW: British Airways Lounge
MAD: Iberia Lounge

6. FF Program: None
7. Alliance: oneworld
8. Flights:


A321ceo:

Jeddah
Medina
Dammam
Kuwait
Manama
Sana'a
Muscat
Khartoum
Alexandria
Tehran


A330-200:

Abu Dhabi
Doha
Tel Aviv
Karachi
Mumbai
New Delhi
Dubai
Addis Ababa
Luanda
Accra
Lagos
Monrovia
Casablanca
Bishkek
Tashkent
Dushanbe
Urümqi
Ulaanbataar
Astana
Istanbul


Airbus A350-900

Hong Kong
Taipei
Beijing
Guangzhou


Boeing 777-200LR

Nagoya
Osaka
Sapporo
Busan
Jakarta
Manila
San Diego
Oakland
Newark
Philadelphia
Washington/Baltimore
La Guardia
Ottawa
Detroit
Dallas
Houston
Shanghai (SHA)
Seattle
Montreál
Pretoria
Durban
Antananarivo
Buenos Aires
Rio de Janeiro


Boeing 777-300ER

London LHR
New York JFK
Hong Kong
Shanghai Pudong
Sao Paulo
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Washington/Dulles
Chicago
London LGW
Moscow
Sydney
Perth
Singapore
Kuala Lumpur


Boeing 787-8

Johannesburg
Cape Town
Frankfurt
Perth


Boeing 787-9

Sydney
Brisbane
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
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AmbroseRPM
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Re: Create your own airline

Sat Aug 19, 2017 12:28 pm

I'm going to think differently about this. I will take over Virgin Australia. I become CEO with the full support of our new owner... United Airlines.

United Airlines has bought both the Chinese/HK and Etihad's 20% stake (about 40%) and some of Singapore Airlines (12% left) and has majority control. The other shareholders (including Virgin Group) hold the same amount they did previously. Borgetti and most of the board has been removed. Many positions are not refilled.

My first action as CEO is to enter Star Alliance. They have always spoken about having an Australian airline, and the circumstances are perfect.

I would like to work more cohesively with Virgin Atlantic but sadly they are with Delta meaning further partnership is unlikely. I think United's US footprint is key for VA's growth and Star Alliance gives us a massive footprint in Asia and one stop traffic to Europe (SIA and LH). This makes up for the loss of VS and obviously our relationship with Delta.

I believe Virgin Australia needs to be ambitious and expand its international footprint to compete with legacy carriers. Better service and soft product is crucial from terminal to terminal.

I'm glad money is not a consideration, because I plan on spending a lot of it!

1. Virgin Australia
2. VA/VOZ
3. Major Airline
4. Aircraft:
Short-Haul:
- 76x Boeing 737-800
- There is no need for a 738 refurbish. That is simply a waste.
- 40x Boeing 737 MAX8 (to replace 737-800)
Medium-Haul:
- 6x Airbus A330-200
- Domestic configuration.
- 12x Airbus A330-900neo
- We intend to use these on Asian routes to Singapore and Hong Kong and for further expansion to China etc.
Ultra/Long-Haul:
- 5x Boeing 777-300ER (outgoing)
- These will be taken off the LAX routes when new aircraft come.
- 36x Airbus A350-900/ULR
- These will be split as is necessary and will become our new flagship aircraft. Numbers could vary.
- The A350 makes a nice point of difference with our main competitor, Qantas.
- The -900's will be our staple for LAX and new SYD-SFO/LAS/IAH routes.
- The 900ULR will be used on our world first SYD/MEL-LHR/ORD/EWR routes. Assuming the planes can make it against prevailing winds, the USA should be fine but LHR might be difficult at times, it is very exciting for VA.
5. Set your Hubs and Lounges.
- Sydney Airport (SYD) with a brand new lounge, in partnership with *A partners.
- Melbourne Airport (MEL) upgraded with partners.
- We will use United Lounges and Terminals throughout the United States.
- All Star Alliance lounges may be used worldwide for Business passengers or FF's.

6. Frequent-Flyer Miles.
- We will integrate Velocity Frequent Flyer with United's MileagePlus and other *A FF schemes. An executive will be appointed from the private sector to achieve this an improve Velocity.

7. Join an alliance
Star Alliance. We cannot wait to work with UA, SQ, LH, AC, NZ, HA and NH along with a number of other great Airlines. We will codeshare on many of these flights.

8. Flights.
The most exciting part! We will keep most of our current domestic network using our 737 aircraft. Our A332's will be used for SYD/MEL-PER flights.

Virgin Australia will start the two longest flights in the world. We will have SYD-LHR and SYD-EWR flights using the Airbus A350-900ULR. If you want to beat Qantas you need to you need to kick them where it hurts. Melbourne flights will start in due course after the Sydney flights are up and running.

The flights to SIN are intended to take add to SQ's daily flights and allow customers to get on SQ/LH flights to Europe.

VA1/2: SYD-LAX (A359)
VA3/4: SYD-EWR (A359ULR)
VA5/6: SYD-LHR (A359ULR)
VA7/8: SYD-LAS (A359)
VA9/10: SYD-HKG (A339)
VA11/12: SYD-IAH (A359)
VA14/15: SYD-ORD (A359ULR)
VA16/17: SYD-SFO (A359)
VA18/19: SYD-SIN (A339)

VA21/22: MEL-EWR (A359ULR)
VA23/24: MEL-LAX (A359)
VA25/26: MEL-LHR (A359ULR)
VA27/28: MEL-HKG (A339)
VA29/30: MEL-IAH (A359)
VA31/32: MEL-SIN (A339)

9. Other info + livery.
We will keep the current livery. Some of our 737's and A330's will wear the *A livery.


I hope you enjoy this and thankfully in this parallel universe, money isn't an issue.
 
JeremyJamie
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Re: Create your own airline

Wed Aug 23, 2017 11:24 am

Hello again, everyone.

I originally was about to create a long post about a new fictional aircraft manufacturer, but I have decided against it. Instead, I shall take charge of the new international flag carrier of Denmark, Cimberluft.

Lufthansa (LH), Etihad (EY) and SAS (SK) have each agreed to purchase a 10% share in Cimberluft.

Cimberluft is a large 162-aircraft airline initially based in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, flying short and medium-haul flights into mainland Europe and North America. In order to avoid bankruptcy through over-competitive rivals, we have signed a large codeshare agreement with our main competitor, Scandinavian Airline System (SAS). Eventually, we will expand further into Scandinavia on our own and perhaps take over SAS (insert evil laugh here). We also plan to head into main Asian destinations and promote the city of Copenhagen as a tourist hotspot. This airline was founded in 1957.

1) Airline name: Cimberluft. (This is inspired by the Danish word luft (meaning fly) and the now defunct Danish airline Cimber Airlines, or Cimber Sterling).

2) IATA/ICAO code: CM/CIM (Callsign CIMLUF)

3) Type: Major

4) Fleet:
Short-Haul:
-7x Boeing 737-600 (outgoing)
-2x Boeing 737-400 (outgoing)
-22x Airbus A319-100
-18x Airbus A320-200
-12x Airbus A321-200
Medium-Haul / High-Density Short-Haul:
-5x Boeing 757-200 (outgoing)
-6x Boeing 757-300
-13x Boeing 767-300 (outgoing)
Long-Haul:
-8x Airbus A330-200
-11x Airbus A330-300
-9x Airbus A340-200 (outgoing)
-19x Airbus A340-300 (outgoing)
-15x Boeing 777-200ER
-3x Boeing 777-300ER
-8x Boeing 747-400 (outgoing)
-3x Boeing 747-8i
Ultra Long-Haul:
-1x Airbus A350-900ULR
Ordered:
-20x Airbus A350-900ULR
-8x Boeing 787-8
-14x ATR 42-500 (for Cimberluft Commuter)
-1x Airbus A380-800 (rumoured)
Cimberluft Commuter:
-10x Embraer E-175
-22x Embraer E-190
-8x Saab 2000
-3x Saab 340
-13x Let L-410 Turbolet
-20x Bombardier CRJ200 (outgoing)
-9x ATR 42-500 (replacing CRJ)
5) Hubs, and Lounges:
Hubs: Copenhagen International Airport (Kastrup) (CPH) is our main hub at Copenhagen. Our regional subsidiary, Cimberluft Commuter (CC/CIC), flies from Copenhagen Roskilde Airport to many domestic destinations in Scandinavia and Europe.
Lounges: We have 3 lounges in Copenhagen airport, 2 of which are in the main building, and the third (Cimberluft First Lounge) is a separate building from the rest of the airport. Only first-class or Cimbermiles Gold, Diamond or Platinum can access the lounge. Passengers are transported in an Audi A8L limousine to their aircraft. We also have a pay-per-use Cimberluft Commuter lounge in Roskilde airport.

6) Frequent flyer miles:
Cimbermiles.
Redeeming miles:
Economy Basic: 40% of actual miles flown
Economy Traditional: 50% of actual miles flown
Economy Flex: 60% of actual miles flown
Premium Economy: 75% of actual miles flown
Premium Economy Flex: 85% of actual miles flown
Business Class: 100% of actual miles flown
Business Class Flex: 125% of actual miles flown
First Class: 200% of actual miles flown

7) Alliance:
SkyTeam.

8) Flights: (oh no :shock: )


Boeing 737-600:
This aircraft will mainly be used on domestic flights within Scandinavia.

Brekstad, Norway
Bodø
Bergen
Honnigsvåg
Tromsø
Torp Sandefjord
Røros
Stjørdal (Trondheim Airport)
Gällivare, Sweden


Boeing 737-400:
This aircraft is mainly used on flights within Scandinavia and Liverpool, UK..

Oslo, Norway
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Stockholm (Bromma), Sweden


Airbus A319-100:
This aircraft is mainly used on flights within Scandinavia and medium-sized cities in Europe.

Gothenburg, Sweden
Malmö
Uppsala
Bergen, Norway
Helsinki, Finland
St Petersburg, Russia
Reykjavik, Iceland
Edinburgh, UK
Glasgow
Cardiff
London Luton
London Southend
Hamburg, Germany
Cologne
Stuttgart
Geneva, Switzerland
Prague, Czech Rep.
Salzburg, Austria
Innsbruck
Valencia, Spain
Malta, Malta
Nicosia, Cyprus
Ankara, Turkey


Airbus A320-200:
This aircraft is mainly used in routes to Stockholm, Sweden and cities in Europe.

Stockholm, Sweden
London Gatwick, UK
Dublin
Zürich, Switzerland
Athens, Greece
Milan, Italy
Rome
Vienna
Berlin, Germany
Frankfurt
Munich
Madrid, Spain
Barcelona
Lisbon, Portugal
Kiev, Ukraine
Istanbul, Turkey
Brussels, Belgium
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Warsaw, Poland


Airbus A321-200:
This aircraft is mainly used for flights into Europe.

Barcelona, Spain
Frankfurt, Germany
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Paris, France
Rome, Italy
Athens, Greece
Tel Aviv, Israel
London LHR, UK
Moscow, Russia
Dublin, Ireland


Boeing 757-200:
This aircraft is mainly used for Middle Eastern, African and transatlantic flights.

Ottawa, Canada
Montreál
Quebec City
Baghdad, Iraq
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Alexandria, Egypt


Boeing 757-300:
This aircraft is mainly used for Middle Eastern, African and transatlantic flights.

Cairo, Egypt
Halifax, Canada
Doha, Qatar
Kuwait, Kuwait
Muscat, Oman
Tehran, Iran
Tripoli, Libya


Boeing 767-300:
This aircraft is mainly used for African and transatlantic flights.

Casablanca, Morocco
Lagos, Nigeria
Harare, Zimbabwe
Durban, South Africa
Cape Town
Luanda, Angola
Newark, USA
Philadelphia
Washington D.C.
Orlando
Charlotte
Toronto, Canada


Airbus A330-200:
This aircraft is mainly used on Asian and transatlantic flights.

Okinawa, Japan
Sapporo
Fukuoka
Seattle, USA
Detroit
San Diego
Phuket, Thailand
Hanoi, Vietnam
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Chengdu, China
Ulaanbataar, Mongolia
Karachi, Pakistan
Islamabad


Airbus A330-300:
This aircraft is mainly used on Asian and transatlantic flights.

Beijing, China
Taipei, Taiwan
Dallas, USA
Houston
Boston
Miami
Vancouver, Canada
Mexico City, Mexico
New Delhi, India


Airbus A340-200:
This aircraft is mainly used on Asian, transatlantic and South American flights.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Havana, Cuba
Lima, Peru
San José, USA
Anchorage
Honolulu
Busan, S. Korea
Singapore, Singapore
Jakarta
Nagoya, Japan


Airbus A340-300:
This aircraft is mainly used on Asian, transatlantic and South American flights.

São Paulo, Brazil
Osaka, Japan
Guangzhou, China
Shenzhen
Wuhan
Manila, Phillipines
Chicago, USA
San Francisco
Bangkok, Thailand
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Mumbai, India
Dubai, UAE
Abu Dhabi
Sydney, Australia (via Hong Kong)
Sydney, Australia (via Los Angeles)
Brisbane (via Hong Kong)
Nairobi, Kenya

Boeing 777-200: (10x -LR, 5x -ER)
This aircraft is mainly used on transatlantic and Asian flights.

Hong Kong, China
Tokyo Haneda, Japan
San Francisco, USA
Los Angeles
Seoul, S. Korea
Perth, Australia
London LHR, UK
New York JFK, USA
Shanghai, China
Johannesburg, S. Africa
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Singapore, Singapore
Osaka, Japan
St. Maarten, Netherlands


Boeing 777-300ER:
This aircraft is mainly used on Asian and transatlantic flights.

Shanghai, China
New York JFK, USA
Los Angeles


Boeing 747-400:
This aircraft is mainly used on Asian and transatlantic flights.

Shanghai, China
Hong Kong
New York JFK, USA
Los Angeles
Atlanta
San Francisco
Singapore, Singapore
Tokyo Narita, Japan


Boeing 747-8i:
This aircraft is mainly used for South American, Asian and transatlantic flights. Due to low demand, these aircraft are frequently switched between many routes.

New York JFK, USA
Los Angeles
Singapore
Tokyo Narita
Sao Paulo


Airbus A350-900ULR:
This aircraft is mainly used on flights to Southeast Asia and Oceania, due to its long range.

Jakarta, Indonesia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Sydney, Australia (due to start Jan 2018)


Cimberluft Commuter fleet:

Embraer E-175:
This aircraft is mainly used for flights within Norway and Northern Europe.

Stavanger, Norway
Sandnessjøen
Sørkjosen
Andenes
Kristiansund
Kirkenes
Vardø
Vadsø
Hammerfest
Aberdeen, UK


Embraer E-190:
This aircraft is mainly used for flights within Norway and Europe.

Torp Sandefjord, Norway
Sogndal
Tromsø
Trondheim
Lakselv
Geneva, Switzerland
Bern
Paris/Orly, France
Toulouse
Marseille
Nice
Nantes
Jersey, UK
Isle of Man
Edinburgh
Belfast
Leeds
Liverpool
Birmingham
London City
Bristol
Inverness


Saab 2000:
This aircraft is mainly used for flights within Denmark and Sweden.

Billund, Denmark
Esbjerg
Thisted
Sindal
Stauning
Malmö
Gothenburg
Aalborg
Sønderborg


Saab 340:
This aircraft is mainly used for flights within Denmark.

Bornholm, Denmark
Vojens
Odense
Midtjyllands Airport


Let L-410 Turbolet:
This aircraft is mainly used for flights to southern Norway and Sweden.

Kristiansand, Norway
Haugesund
Florø
Førde
Sogndal
Røros
Ørsta/Volda
Kristianstad, Sweden
Smaland
Oskarshamn
Visby
Gothenburg City
Trollhättan


Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet 200 (CRJ200):
This aircraft is mainly used on Scandinavian flights.

Lulea, Sweden
Arvidsjaur
Kiruna
Östersund
Skellefteå
Örnsköldsvik
Härnösand
Sveg
Härnösand
Borlänge
Hagfors
Brønnøysund, Norway
Mo i Rana
Kirkenes
Båtsfjord
Mehamn
Hammerfest


ATR 42-500:
This aircraft is mainly used for flying in Scandinavia.

Narvik, Norway
Røst
Alta
Jönköping, Sweden



9) Other info:

Codeshares: KL1129, KL1131 (AMS-CPH) will codeshare with us: KL1129 will be CM8703, KL1131 will be CM8708.
SU2658 (SVO-CPH) will codeshare with us: SU2658 will be CM1546.
AF 1150, AF 1850, AF 1050 (CDG-CPH) will codeshare with us: CM1930, CM1932, and CM1935 respectively.
OK504, OK508 (PRG-CPH) will codeshare with us: CM9495 and CM9483 respectively.
Livery: Danish flag on tail. Cimberluft in Helvetica on the forward fuselage (sorry Lufthansa) and grey fuselage underside. (sorry Lufthansa again). Plus dark red (flag red) on engines.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
bunumuring
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:46 am

Hey guys,
I'm enjoying this thread ... thanks again for starting it JeremyJamie.
Love the idea of rebooting Virgin Australia, very creative AmbroseRPM!
And love how Sydney (my home airport) is getting the love from all of these imaginary airlines!
Keep creating!
Cheers,
Bunumuring
I just wanna live while I'm alive!
 
JeremyJamie
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Re: Create your own airline

Tue Sep 05, 2017 10:53 am

bunumuring wrote:
And love how Sydney (my home airport) is getting the love from all of these imaginary airlines!
Keep creating!
Cheers,
Bunumuring


So is mine!
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
JeremyJamie
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Re: Create your own airline

Fri Nov 03, 2017 8:43 am

yay

1) Airline name: Eurasia Airlines

2) IATA/ICAO code: UW/EUW

3) Type: Major

4) Fleet:
We have three Boeing 737-400s and a single Boeing 737-800. We have also purchased a single Boeing 767-300 from Delta for a very reasonable price. We are also looking to purchase some sort of B777 or B747 (probably the -200 and -200 respectively) for flights to London.

5) Hubs and Lounges: We will begin by sharing CX's lounge in Bangkok.

6) FF system: None at present.

7) Alliance: We are looking to join Skyteam or OneWorld.

8) Flights:

Bangkok (DMK)

737-400 DMK - CAN (twice daily)
737-400 DMK - SZB (thrice daily)
737-400 DMK - HYD (daily)
737-400 DMK - SGN (five times daily)

Bangkok (BKK)

737-400 BKK - HKG (twice daily)
737-800 BKK - CGK - BNE (daily)
767-300 BKK - ORY (3x per week)

9) Other info:

Livery: Eurasia in formal-style font (sort of like Copperplate) on forward fuselage. Airlines in way smaller Helvetica under Eurasia.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
JeremyJamie
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Re: Create your own airline

Fri Nov 03, 2017 8:46 am

Update

We have successfully acquired a pair of Boeing 777-200LRs from Delta.

New flights (yaaay)

BKK - LGW
BKK - EWR
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
JeremyJamie
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Re: Create your own airline

Sat Nov 04, 2017 4:48 am

The initial BKK - LGW and BKK-EWR flights have been extremely popular. We have ordered a new-build Boeing 737-800, which, when it arrives, will be put to use on the BKK-HKG and the new DMK-SIN flight.
The plural of Airbus is Airbuses. Airbi is not a word.
It is B787-9 and 747-8, not 747-800 and B787-900.
 
jonnyclam123
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Re: Create your own airline

Thu Nov 09, 2017 7:33 pm

Airline: Japan Air Shuttle
HQ: Tokyo
Hub: HND
Fleet: 8 737-700
Seat configuration: 6F 122Y
Amenities: AVOD, Wi-Fi, and a plug and USB port at every seat
Frequent Flyer program: None at the moment
Lounge: None at the moment
Routes
HND-FUK-HND 3 times a day
HND-CTS-HND 3 times a day
HND-ITM-HND 3 times a day
HND-SDJ-HND 3 times a day
HND-OKA-HND 1 times a day
Livery: All white with Japan Air Shuttle in the front of the fuselage
 
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Re: Create your own airline

Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:08 pm

Airline name - Fly America
Type - Major
Headquarters - Los Angeles
Hubs - LAX, SAN, JFK, ORD, DEN
Focus cities - LHR, Paris, Tokyo, AMS, FRA, MUC, IST, HKG, BOM, DXB, RIO, SAO, ARG, MAD, BCN, VIE, ICN, PEK, BKK, SIN, MAN, DUB and almost everywhere in North America.
Fleet -
Regional - 50xCS300 (10 for each Hub)
Short/Medium Haul - 150xA321neo (30 for each Hub)
Long Haul - 100xA380 (20 for each Hub). 50xA350-1000 (10 for each Hub)

Amenities - AVOD, Wifi and USB port on every seat on every aircraft. Wifi only free for First Class passengers.
 
airgeekteen
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Re: Create your own airline

Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:45 pm

airline name-Air Boston
type-major
headquarters-Boston
Hubs - Bos
Focus cities - pvd
fleet - Boeing 737, 747-400, 757, 777, 787 and airbus A350 ULR
alliance: Skyteam
codeshare: All skyteam carriers, vs
FF program Skyfly
Member lounges, BOS, PVD
BOS destinations
737 to most major us cities as well as Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean
747-400 to IST, SVO, and CDG (in the process of being phased out)
757 to SNN, MAN, ORY, OPO, PDL, PTY, RAI and LUX
777 to LHR, CDG, AMS, BCN, MAD, LIS, FRA, MUC, TXL, CPH, DUB, FCO, MXP, DXB, DKR, LOS, ACC, CAI, DOH, DEL, BOM, TLV, AMM, HEL, NRT, DUS, HNL, VIE, ZRH, GRU, BRU and PEK
787 to ICN, PVG, HKG, TPE, HKG, AUH, KIK, ADD, ATH, ZAG, BEG, GIG, EZE, SCL and KAI
A350 ULH to JNB, SIN (then onto CGK), BKK, KUL, BLR, BNE, AKL (then onto SYD), SGN, and PPT
PVD destinations
737 to major us cities and the Caribbean, as well as CUN, YUL, and YYZ
757 to DUB, LIS, CDG, and LHR
 
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stevenchambo
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Re: Create your own airline

Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:28 am

What? I can't have my long haul LCC? In real life there are quite a few long haul LCCs (Norwegian, Air Asia X, Scoot, JetStar, EuroWings, Level, etc). That would be my choice of airline. Have a look at Thailand Packages which is the best.

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