QantasA333
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RE: Create Your Own Airline V3

Mon Jul 02, 2007 4:43 pm

Quoting DeltaL1011man (Reply 99):
i think its time for a new thread

Quoting QantasA333 (Thread starter):
Will be starting up and website where we can post our airline!

So let your imagination go and come up with a creative airline!

when will this happen?

Yeah, you can start the new thread for us DeltaL1011man, and the website will probably not be happening now, as I am always busy, so sorry.
 
JeremyJamie
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Re: Create Your Own Airline V3

Mon Feb 27, 2017 12:13 pm

1. Airline Name: Italian Airways
2.Hubs: Rome, Milan
3. Fleet: 5x Airbus A320-200 (Sharklets), 12x Airbus A320-200, 7x Boeing 777-300ER, 12x Boeing 777-200LR, 3x Boeing 767-300ER (Winglets), 4x Boeing 787-8, 6x Boeing 747-400ER 8x Airbus A330-300, [2x Bombardier CRJ-700, 3x Bombardier Dash 8-Q400, 7x Bombardier Dash 8-300, 12x Bombardier Dash 8-100 are operated by Italian Connect]
4. Cabin:
A320: All-leather seats. E:3-3, pitch 31in. B: 2-3, pitch 37in.
777: (these seats are being replaced by all-leather ones) E:3-3-3 pitch 31in, P-E: 3-3-3 pitch 35in, B2-2-2 herringbone lie-flat, F:1-2 lie-flat
767: All-leather seats. E: 3-3-2 pitch 30in, B 2-2-2 herringbone lie-flat
787: All-leather seats. E: 3-3-3 pitch 32in, P-E: 3-3-3 pitch 35in, B 2-2-2 reverse herringbone lie-flat, F: 1-1 herringbone lie-flat
747: (these seats are also being replaced by all-leather ones) E: 3-4-3 pitch 29in, P-E: 3-3-3 pitch 35in, B 2-3-2 herringbone lie-flat, F 2-2 lie-flat
A330: All-leather seats. E: 3-3-3 pitch 31in, B 2-1-2 reverse herringbone lie-flat

Italian Connect:
CRJ: E: 2-3 pitch 29in, P-E 2-2 pitch 32in
Dash 8 Q400: E: 2-3 pitch 29in, P-E 2-2 pitch 30in
Dash 8-300: E: 2-2 pitch 29in
Dash 8-100: E: 2-2 pitch 28in
5. Livery: the old Alitalia livery with the cheatline.
6. Lounges:
Da-Vinci First-Class Lounge (MXP)
Victor Emmanuel Lounge (Business Class)(MXP)
Galileo First-Class Lounge (FCO)
Michelangelo Lounge (Business Class) (FCO)
7. Destinations:
Abu Dhabi
Bejing
Birmingham
Brest
Cape Town
Dallas (Fort Worth)
Doha
Dubai
Dublin
Durban
Edinburgh
Florence
Geneva
Genoa
Glasgow
Helsinki
Hong Kong
Houston
Jakarta
Johannesburg
Lisbon
London Gatwick
London Heathrow
London Luton
Los Angeles
Lyon
Manchester
Melbourne
Miami
Montreal
Moscow
Nantes
New York (JFK and EWR)
Osaka
Palermo
Paris (CDG And Orly)
Philadelphia
Pisa
Porto
Rio de Janeiro
San Francisco
San José
Saõ Paolo
Seoul
Shanghai
Singapore
Sydney
Taipei
Tokyo
Toronto
Turin
Vancouver
Vatican City
Venice
Vienna
Washington Dulles
Zurich
(More Asian destinations will be added)
8. Random Stuff
IATA: IT
ICAO: ITA

Aircraft Codes
A320: 320
A320 Sharklets: 32S
777-300ER: 77W/77H
777-200LR: 772
767-300ER: 763
787-8: 788
747-400: 744
A330-300: A333
CRJ-700: CR7
Dash 8 Q400: D40
Dash 8-300: D30
Dash 8-100: D10







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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: South Korean Airways

Tue Feb 28, 2017 7:32 am

1. Airline Name: South Korean Airways (Limited)
2. Major
3. Seoul (ICN), Busan (PUS)
4. 9x Airbus A350-900, 4x Airbus A380-800, 17x Airbus A340-300, 12x Airbus A330-300, 9x Airbus A321neo, 19x Airbus A320 (Sharklets) , 9x Boeing 767-300ER (Winglets), 12x Boeing 777-300ER, 10x Bombardier CRJ900 (operated by South Korean Express)
5. A350-900: Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Brisbane, Sydney, Abu Dhabi, Vienna, Düsseldorf.
A380-800: London (LHR), New York (JFK), Saõ Paulo, Johannesburg, Los Angeles, Dallas (Fort Worth)
A340-300: Cairo, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, Hong Kong, San Francisco (Oakland), San José, Panama City, Rio de Janeiro (fuel stop in Vancouver), London (Gatwick), Birmingham, Manchester, Frankfurt, Sydney, Auckland, Christchurch, Perth, Dubai, Seattle
A330-300: Singapore, Melbourne, Osaka, Guangzhou, Manila, Guam, Honolulu, Washington (Dulles), Oslo, Stockholm, Porto, Istanbul, Doha, Moscow, Helsinki, Saint Petersburg, Glasgow
A321neo: Beijing, Okinawa, Taipei, Shanghai, Vladivostok, Shenzhen, Sapporo, Cebu, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta, Hanoi, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru
A320: Kaohsiung, Vientiane, Sanya, Dalian, Busan, Bangkok, Denpasar, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Ulaanbataar, Tianjin, Colombo, Karachi, Islamabad, Chengdu, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Kansai, Mumbai, Xiamen. The remaining aircraft are used for charter and "Korean Kristmas" flights.
767-300: New York (EWR), Tel Aviv, Alexandria, Cape Town, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Munich, Detroit
777-300: Philadelphia, Dublin, Paris, Amsterdam, Zürich, Rome, Milan, Athens, Berlin, Miami, Las Vegas, San Diego, Mexico City, Denver, Fort Lauderdale, Edinburgh

6. Korean flag on the tail with a turquoise background in a wavy fashion (like Air Koryo tail except with S. Korean flag) , turquoise continuing down the rear part of fuselage. Giant "South Korean Airways" text on side and wings with logo. Winglets are basically the same as the tail, and the logo has been added to the inside of the winglets so passengers can see them.
7. A350: E:3-3-3 pitch 34in. B: 2-1-2 reverse herringbone lie-flat sleepers. F: 1-1 suites.
A380: E: 3-4-3 pitch 32in. B: 2-3-2 reverse herringbone lie-flat sleepers. F: 1-1 suites, communal lounge and shower in the middle area.
A340: E: 3-3-3 pitch 33in. B: 1-3-1 reverse herringbone lie-flat sleepers. F: 1-1 suites.
A330: E: 3-3-3 pitch 33in. B: 1-2-1 reverse herringbone lie-flat sleepers.
A321: E: 3-3 pitch 32in. B: 2-3 "Business Asia" full-leather seats.
A320: E: 3-3 pitch 32in. B: 2-3 "Business Asia" full-leather seats.
767: E: 3-3-2 pitch 33in. B 3-2 herringbone lie-flat sleepers. F: 1-2 herringbone lie-flat sleepers.
777: E: 3-4-3 pitch 31in. B 1-2-1 reverse herringbone lie-flat sleepers. F: 1-1 suites, communal lounge in the middle area.
CRJ: E: 2-2 pitch 29.1in.

8. Focus cities: New York, London, Busan.
Longes: Manneung-in Lounge (First and Business Class, Seoul (ICN). Haneul Lounge (First Class), Seoul (ICN). Segye Lounge (Business Class), Seoul (ICN). Taepyeong-yang lounge (First and business class), Busan. Cathay Pacific/Finnair/South Korean Airways lounge, London (LHR). British Airways/Cathay Pacific/South Korean Airlines lounge, New York (JFK).

IATA code: SK
ICAO code: SKQ
Alliance: oneworld. Airline partners: LATAM, American Airlines, Qatar Airways, Royal Brunei Airlines, Qantas, South African Airways.

Notes: South Korean Express is looking to lease seven ATR 42/72 aircraft to replace its ageing CRJ fleet. South Korean Airways is looking at a deal for 12 A350-900s from AerCap to replace its ageing A340 fleet. More 777s and 787s are to replace the 763s.
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: South Korean Airways

Tue Feb 28, 2017 7:43 am

The CEO of South Korean Airways has started a frequent flyer system, Korean Miles.

Economy - you earn 75% of actual miles flown.
Business - you earn 100% of actual miles flown.
First - you earn 145% of actual miles flown.

Ranks:
Turquoise: 50,000 miles
Green: 85,000 miles
Crimson: 115,000 miles
Rose: 150,000 miles
Gold: 245,000 miles
Diamond: 300,000 miles
Platinum: 500,000 miles
Honorary Passenger: 1,000,000 miles

These miles can be used to obtain free food, tickets and other perks.
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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