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User currently offlineQantasA333 From Australia, joined Jan 2007, 538 posts, RR: 4
Posted (7 years 3 months 2 weeks 5 days 10 hours ago) and read 10796 times:

Another version of the game, as the last version hit 100 posts.

So, start your airline!

21 replies: All unread, jump to last
 
User currently offlineEXTspotter From United Kingdom, joined May 2007, 992 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (7 years 3 months 2 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 10787 times:

Name:
British Pan European

Hubs:
Exeter
Manchester
Gatwick

Fleet:
24 x A318
9 x A320
3 x A330-300

Destinations:

A318 EXT -: G-FBPA/G-FBPB/G-FBPC/G-FBPD/G-FBPE/G-FBPF/G-FBPG/G-FBPH
1 x EDI
1 x BHX
2 x ORY
2 x GVA
3 x AGP
2 x BCN
1 x MAD
1 x HAM
1 x MUC
1 x NCE
1 x LIN
1 x CIA
1 x AMS

A320 EXT -: G-COWA/G-COWB/G-COWC
1 x OSL
1 x ARN
2 x FRA
1 x PMI
1 x JER
1 x EMA
1 x SOU

A318 MAN -: G-FBPI/G-FBPJ/G-FBPK/G-FBPL/G-FBPM/G-FBPN/G-FBPO/G-FBPP
1 x BRS
1 x NQY
3 x LGW
2 x DUB
3 x AMS
1 x BRU
1 x GVA
1 x WAW



Livery

Cabin Interiors

Miscellenous Info


Continued later...



AF BE BY FR MV PD SZ U2 VZ DHC6, 8-3/4Q, 732/8, 763ER, A319, A380
User currently offlineQantasA333 From Australia, joined Jan 2007, 538 posts, RR: 4
Reply 2, posted (7 years 3 months 2 weeks 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 10764 times:

Name
Italia Airlines

Hub
Rome Leonardo Da Vinci, FCO

Focus Cities
Bologna, BLQ
Palermo, PMO

Fleet
9x Boeing 737-700 w/ winglets
15x Boeing 737-800 w/ winglets
6x Boeing 757-200 w/ winglets
12x Bombardier CRJ-900ER

Destinations
FCO

BLQ B737
CTA CRJ-700
FLR CRJ-700
MXP B737/CRJ-700
PMO CRJ-700
PSA CRJ-700
TRN CRJ-700
TPS CRJ-700
TSF B737/CRJ-700
VRN CRJ-700
AMS B737/738/752
ATH B738
TXL B738
BRU B738
CPH B738/752
FRA B738
GLA B737
HEL B752
LHR B737/738/752/CRJ-700
LGW B737/B752
MAD B737
MLA CRJ-700
OSL B738
CDG B737/738
ARN B752
TLS CRJ-700
VIE B737
ZRH CRJ-700

BLQ

CTA B737
FLR CRJ-700
PMO CRJ-700
TRN CRJ-700
TPS CRJ-700
AMS B738
LHR B737/738
HEL B738
CDG B737

PMO
CTA CRJ-700
FLR CRJ-700
MXP B737/CRJ-700
PSA CRJ-700
TRN CRJ-700
TPS CRJ-700
TSF B737/CRJ-700
VRN CRJ-700
LHR B737
MAD B737
TXL B738
ZRH B738
ATH B737

Cabin Interiors
Boeing 737-700
122 seats.

8 Business Class seats in a 2x2 config in 2 rows. Seat features seat-back table, 9" armrest PTV with AVOD, privacy screen between seats.
114 Economy Class seats in a 3x3 config in 19 rows. Seat features seat-back table, 9" seat-back PTV with AVOD.

Boeing 737-800
162 seats.

12 Business Class seats in a 2x2 config in 3 rows. Seat features seat-back table, 9" armrest PTV with AVOD, privacy screen between seats.
150 Economy Class seats in a 3x3 config in 25 rows. Seat features seat-back table, 9" seat-back PTV with AVOD.

Boeing 757-200
178 seats.

16 Business Class seats in a 2x2 config in 4 rows. Seat features seat-back table, 12" armrest PTV with AVOD, privacy screen between seats.
162 Economy Class seats in a 3x3 config in 27 rows. Seat features seat-back table, 9" seat-back PTV with AVOD.

Bombardier CRJ-700
68 seats.

68 Economy Class seats in a 2x2 in 12 rows. Seat features seat-back table.

On-Board Service
Business Class - On flights 45min or longer

-Complimentary drink with bowl of nuts before pushback.
-Free in-flight meal
-2 free drinks during flight ($1.50 after 2nd one, excludes before pushback drink)
-PTV with AVOD
-Complimentary newspaper

Business Class - On flights of under 45min

-Complimentary drink with bowl of nuts before pushback
-1 free drink with chocolate bar ($1.50 after, excludes before pushback drink)
-Complimentary newspaper

Economy Class - On flights 45min or longer

-Free in-flight meal
-1 free drink ($1.50 after)
-PTV with AVOD (excludes CRJ-700)

<>Economy Class - On flights of under 45min

-1 free drink with chocolate bar ($1.50 after)

On The Ground Services<>
Business Class Passengers<[/b]>

-4 dedicated Business Class check in desks
-Free pick up from home to airport
-Access to the Italia Business Lounge
-Priority boarding
And more in consideration

Economy Class Passengers

-35 dedicated Economy Class check in desks (BLQ 15, PMO 15)
-Access to the Italia Economy Lounge

Terminal Information
Italia Airlines serves all flights out of a new terminal at FCO dedicated for Italia services. The terminal host 12 gates (7 airbridge gates), 39 check in desks, 15 shops, 8 food/restaurants, 6 baggage carousels, light rail link from terminal to main terminals at FCO.

Frequent Flyer Program

This is currently being created.

[Edited 2007-07-07 04:39:36]

[Edited 2007-07-07 04:40:26]

User currently offlineQantasA333 From Australia, joined Jan 2007, 538 posts, RR: 4
Reply 3, posted (7 years 3 months 2 weeks 4 days 18 hours ago) and read 10757 times:

Italia Airlines has made some changes to its on-board service, which includes:

-Economy passengers will not receive a free in-flight meal, but have the option to buy snacks on-board.
-PTV's will be turned to the National News if flight under 1hr.


User currently offlineAg92 From India, joined Jul 2006, 1317 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (7 years 3 months 2 weeks 2 days 15 hours ago) and read 10713 times:

G-Asia

Hubs:
SIN
DEL
PVG
HKG

Aircrafts:
Boeing 787-800
Boeing 757-300ER

Cabin Interiors:
All business class airline with no economy AT ALL!!!

Boeing 787-800

2 X 2 X 2
180 degree recline
15 inch screen
Dedicated screen of 7 inches to make your orders without having to press the call button. More details later!

Boeing 757-300ER
160 degree recline
10 inch screen
Dedicated screen of 5 inches, same as above

Cuisine
We have hired the best chefs to make the meals onboard YOUR flight

For flights above 2.5 hours

6 Course Meals
Dom and Krug available (whatever that is????)

Below 2.5 hours
3 Course meal
JW available

For drinks we have sparkled non-alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and the general wine

A general flight will be as follow when flying from SIN and DEL

1. Exit your vehicle with a porter available on the spot to take your luggage
2. We check your passport and E-Ticked to confirm your travel with us
3. We take you to a mini-lounge in DEL and SIN for checkin
4. While you relax we handle all check-in prodcedures
5. We ask what seat would you prefer
6. During all this you will be provided with a drink and some premium chocolates
7. An assistant will take you through immigration
8. You can ask to be taken to the lounge or be left at the duty free area for shopping
9. If you want to shop then assistant will go back but if you want to go to lounge then he/she will take you there
10. Relax at the lounge where you have a wide variety of drinks and small snacks
11. Boarding will be called by the lounge assistants personally
12. A buggy will await you to be escorted to the gate
13. At the gate you will be rushed through security and onboard the aircraft
14. Cabin Crew help you stow your luggage, introduce you to your cabin, ask when meals will be taken, make you comfortable and help you out with most requests
This until takeoff


Anyway the dedicated screen which is being offered will help revolutionize air travel. Basically once boarded you type your name onto the screen and all the important information is provided so you can confirm. You are then introduced what this can do, basically order anything and it will be provided in 3 minutes. You choose your meals through this so we can establish who to serve it first and if we are running out of items. Thats about it

--
Lounge

Well world class as usual in the airports

--
Routes

From Singapore
(B757)
SIN-DEL
SIN-KUL
SIN-PEN
SIN-CGK
SIN-PVG
SIN-PEK
SIN-PER
SIN-MNL
SIN-BKK
(B787)
SIN-LHR
SIN-FRA
SIN-ZRH
SIN-SYD
SIN-MEL
SIN-AKL
SIN-CHC
SIN-NRT
SIN-HKG

From Hong Kong
(B787)
HKG-SFO
HKG-LAX
HKG-LHR
HKG-SYD
HKG-FRA
HKG-YYZ
HKG-YVR
HKG-JFK
HKG-NRT

From PVG
(B787)
PVG-HKG
PVG-NRT
PVG-JFK
PVG-SFO
PVG-IAD
PVG-LAX
PVG-YYZ
PVG-DEL
PVG-BLR
PVG-BOM
PVG-LHR
PVG-FRA
PVG-BRU

From DEL
B757
DEL-KHI
DEL-DAC
DEL-KTM
DEL-LHE
DEL-BAH
DEL-DOH
DEL-DXB
DEL-KWI
DEL-KUL
DEL-HKG
DEL-SIN
DEL-BKK
DEL-CGK

B787
DEL-LHR
DEL-FRA
DEL-BRU
DEL-ZRH
DEL-MAN
DEL-JFK
DEL-MAD
DEL-CDG
DEL-SVO
DEL-BCN
DEL-SYD
DEL-MEL
DEL-PER
DEL-ADL
DEL-CHC
DEL-AKL

--
FFP

Silver
20,000 miles
50% additional baggage allowance

40,000 miles
100% additional baggage allowance
Airport - Hotel transfer

100,000 miles
200% additional baggae allowance
Free Airport transfer as long as it is within 150 KM of Airport

And all the usual stuff e.g. priority waitlist blah blah blah

Regards
Ag92


User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 5, posted (7 years 3 months 2 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 10669 times:

Atlanta Air Lines

hubs
ATL(HQ),JFK,LAX,STL,HKG

Focus citys
MIA,BOS,LHR

Fleet
717-200ER RR
737-700 (winglets) RR
737-800 (winglets) CFM
757-200 (winglets) RR
757-200ETOPS(winglets) RR
767-200ER GE
767-300ER GE
777-200ER RR
777-200LR GE
777-300ER GE

717-200ER(3) 737-700(3) 737-800(3) 757-200(3) (all flights are round trip)
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-JAC
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MKE
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-GEG
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SEA
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-DCA
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-IAD
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-ORF
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PHF
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-RIC
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SLC
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SAT
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-HOU
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-IAH
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-DAL
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-DFW
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-AUS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-ELP
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MEM
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BNA
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-TYS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MYR
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-GSP
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-CAE
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-CHS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PVD
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PIT
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PHL
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PDX
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-OKC
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-DAY
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-CVG
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-CLE
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-CMH
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-RDU
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-GSE
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SYR
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-ROC
STL,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-JFK
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-LGA
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BUF
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-ABQ
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-EWR
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-LAS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-RNO
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-GPI
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BZN
JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-STL
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MCI
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-JAN
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MSP
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-DTW
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,ATL-BOS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BWI
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MSY
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-LEX
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SDF
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BOI
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SAV
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS-ATL
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PBI
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-TPA
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-TLH
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SRQ
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PNS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MCO
STL,JFK,LAX,BOS,ATL-MIA
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-FLL
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MLB
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-JAX
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-RSW
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-VPS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-DAB
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BDL
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-EGE
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-COS
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-DEN
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SFO
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SAN
STL,JFK,MIA,BOS,ATL-LAX
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SNA
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SJC
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-SMF
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PSP
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-ONT
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-OAK
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BUR
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-LIT
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-TUS



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User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 6, posted (7 years 3 months 2 weeks 16 hours ago) and read 10668 times:

STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-PHX
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-MOB
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-HSV
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-BHM

757-200 6 FLIGHTS A DAY
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-ANC
STL,JFK,LAX,MIA,BOS,ATL-FAI

ATL-100 gates 8 MX hangars
LAX-100 gates 6 MX hangars
JFK-100 gates 6 MX hangars
STL-100 gates 6 MX hangars
HKG- 50 gates 4 MX hangars
LHR- 50 gates 4 MX hangars
BOS- 100 gates 6 MX hangars
MIA- 100 gates 6 MX hangars



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User currently offlineQantasA333 From Australia, joined Jan 2007, 538 posts, RR: 4
Reply 7, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 10640 times:

Italia Airlines has ordered 18 Boeing 787-800 for transatlantic and Asian services. The aircraft will serve out of FCO. The manager of Italia spoke today, at the order conference,

"Today marks Italia's entrance into the long haul market. The 787 aircraft will change the face of the airline."

Boeing 787 Interior
First Class

8 First Class Suites in 1x2x1 config in 2 rows. Seat features, 15" PTV with AVOD, built in seat massages, storage space, private closable door, 8" mirror, fold out of armrest table.

Business Class

24 Business Class lay-flat seats in 2x2x2 config in 4 rows. Seat features, 15" PTV with AVOD, storage space, privacy screen between seats, fold out of armrest table.

Economy Class

189 Economy Class seats in 2x3x2 config in 27 rows. Seat features, 12" PTV with AVOD, seat-back table.

The airline will be announcing the destinations of the aircraft in the next coming days.


User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 8, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 18 hours ago) and read 10608 times:

757-200(all have winglets and they are ETOPS 180)
LAX,MIA,ATL-SJD 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-ACA 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-ZIH 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-GDL 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-PVR 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-MTY 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-CZM 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-CUN 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SJU 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-MEX 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-STX 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-STT 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-ANU 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-BGI 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-BDA 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-GCM 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-POP 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-LRM 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-PUJ 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-STI 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SDQ 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-PAP 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-KIN 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-MBJ 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SKB 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-UVF 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-AUA 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-CUR 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SMX 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-POS 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-PLS 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-BZE 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-LIR 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SJO 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SAL 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-GUA 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SAP 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-TGU 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-MGA 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-PTY 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-EZE 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-LPB 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-VVI 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-GIG 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-GRU 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-SCL 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-BOG 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-CLO 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-MDE 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-GYE 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-UIO 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-LIM 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-MVD 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-CCS 6x
LAX,MIA,ATL-MAR 6x



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User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 9, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 18 hours ago) and read 10607 times:

767-200ER
JFK,ATL-CDG
JFK,ATL-LGW
JFK,ATL-AMS
JFK,ATL-VIE
JFK,ATL-PRG
JFK,ATL-CPH
JFK,ATL-NCE
JFK,ATL-TLX
JFK,ATL-DUS
JFK,ATL-FRA
JFK,ATL-MUC
JFK,ATL-STR
JFK,ATL-BUD
JFK,ATL-DUB
JFK,ATL-MXP
JFK,ATL-SNN
JFK,ATL-PSA
JFK,ATL-FCO
JFK,ATL-VCE
JFK,ATL-OTP
JFK,ATL-BCN
JFK,ATL-MAD
JFK,ATL-ZRH
JFK,ATL-IST
JFK,ATL-KBP
JFK,ATL-MAN
JFK,ATL-EDI
JFK,ATL-ATH
JFK,ATL-ACC
JFK,ATL-PRG
JFK,ATL-WAW

767-300ER
JFK,ATL-CDG
JFK,ATL-LGW
JFK,ATL-AMS
JFK,ATL-VIE
JFK,ATL-PRG
JFK,ATL-CPH
JFK,ATL-NCE
JFK,ATL-TLX
JFK,ATL-DUS
JFK,ATL-FRA
JFK,ATL-MUC
JFK,ATL-STR
JFK,ATL-BUD
JFK,ATL-DUB
JFK,ATL-MXP
JFK,ATL-SNN
JFK,ATL-PSA
JFK,ATL-FCO
JFK,ATL-VCE
JFK,ATL-OTP
JFK,ATL-BCN
JFK,ATL-MAD
JFK,ATL-ZRH
JFK,ATL-IST
JFK,ATL-KBP
JFK,ATL-MAN
JFK,ATL-EDI
JFK,ATL-ATH
JFK,ATL-ACC
JFK,ATL-PRG
JFK,ATL-WAW



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User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 10, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 18 hours ago) and read 10605 times:

777-200ER (all HKG flights are 4 times a day)
LAX-MEL
LAX-PVG
LAX-PEK
LAX-HKG
LAX-ICN
LAX-TLV
LAX-SYD
LAX-CAN
LAX-NGO
LAX-KIX
LAX-GUM
LAX-PUS
LAX-TPE
LAX-MNL
LAX-BKK
LAX-SGN
HKG-MEL
HKG-PVG
HKG-PEK
HKG-NRT
HKG-ICN
HKG-TLV
HKG-SYD
HKG-CAN
HKG-NGO
HKG-KIX
HKG-GUM
HKG-PUS
HKG-TPE
HKG-MNL
HKG-BKK
HKG-CDG
HKG-LGW
HKG-AMS
HKG-VIE
HKG-PRG
HKG-CPH
HKG-NCE
HKG-TLX
HKG-DUS
HKG-FRA
HKG-MUC
HKG-STR
HKG-BUD
HKG-DUB
HKG-MXP
HKG-SNN
HKG-PSA
HKG-FCO
HKG-VCE
HKG-OTP
HKG-BCN
HKG-MAD
HKG-ZRH
HKG-IST
HKG-KBP
HKG-MAN
HKG-EDI
HKG-ATH



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User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 11, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 10597 times:

777-200LR
ATL-HKG
ATL-MEL
ATL-PVG
ATL-PEK
ATL-NRT
ATL-ICN
ATL-TLV
ATL-SYD
ATL-CAN
ATL-NGO
ATL-KIX
ATL-GUM
ATL-PUS
ATL-TPE
ATL-MNL
ATL-BKK
JFK-NRT
JFK-ICN
JFK-CAN
JFK-PEK
JFK-PVG
JFK-HKG
JFK-SYD
JFK-MEL
STL-NRT
STL-ICN
STL-CAN
STL-PEK
STL-PVG
STL-HKG
STL-SYD
STL-MEL
BOS-NRT
BOS-ICN
BOS-HKG
BOS-PEK
BOS-PVG
BOS-CAN
BOS-SYD
BOS-MEL
MIA-ICN
MIA-NRT
MIA-HKG
MIA-PEK
MIA-PVG
MIA-CAN
MIA-MEL
MIA-SYD



yep.
User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 12, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 10596 times:

777-300ER
ATL-LHR 3x
ATL-CDG
ATL-FRA
ATL-AMS
JFK-LHR 3x
JFK-CDG
JFK-FRA
JFK-AMS
BOS-LHR 3x
BOS-CDG
BOS-FRA
BOS-AMS
LAX-LHR 3X
LAX-FRA
LAX-CDG
LAX-AMS
STL-LHR 3x
STL-CDG
STL-FRA
STL-AMS
MIA-LHR 3x
MIA-CDG
MIA-FRA
MIA-AMS
LAX-MEL
LAX-PVG
LAX-PEK
LAX-HKG
LAX-ICN
LAX-TLV
LAX-SYD
LAX-CAN
LAX-NGO
LAX-KIX
LAX-GUM
LAX-PUS
LAX-TPE
LAX-MNL
LAX-BKK
LAX-SGN
HKG-MEL (all HKG flighs are 6 times a day)
HKG-PVG
HKG-PEK
HKG-NRT
HKG-ICN
HKG-TLV
HKG-SYD
HKG-CAN
HKG-NGO
HKG-KIX
HKG-GUM
HKG-PUS
HKG-TPE
HKG-MNL
HKG-BKK
HKG-SGN



yep.
User currently offlineQantasA333 From Australia, joined Jan 2007, 538 posts, RR: 4
Reply 13, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 10594 times:

Italia Airlines has announced the first destinations for the Boeing 787-8. All Boeing 787-8 routes are currently served out of FCO and will not fly out of focus cities BLQ and PMO.

The following destinations will be served by the B787:

-JFK
-ATL
-ORD
-HKG
-PEK
-SIN
-YYZ
-DXB
-NRT

All routes are served daily.

More Aircraft To Be Ordered

With the arrival of the Boeing 787-8 aircraft in the next 4 days, Italia Airlines has been choosing either to order Airbus 380 aircraft or more Boeing 787-8 aircraft. The CEO of the airline, considered that the B787 will be the most likely choice over the A380, due to the airline already operating B787 aircraft. Italia Airlines has already ordered 18 of the aircraft to be delivered over the next 4 days.


User currently offlinePC12Fan From United States of America, joined Jan 2007, 2453 posts, RR: 5
Reply 14, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 10582 times:

Mine would be TWA resurrected.

Main hub, naturally in St. Louis. Terminal 5 at JFK would be reclaimed. Secondary hubs would be in Orlando and Las Vegas. Cities served would be cities listed on the USA today's weather page, along with numerous international routes. Main goal - to reach any city pairing with one stop or less.

My TWA would be a moderate to high cost carrier with emphasis on service and comfort. Bring back the glory days when VIP's and celebrities wanted to fly TWA.

International First class -- On the 7478I upper deck, 757LR & 737LR, these seats would be a hybrid version of pod suites used on Emirates and Jet Airways, and the new herringbone first class seats now being introduced on Cathay Pacific. Other aircraft would have the "standard" single file configuration.

International Business - Lay flat seats staggered arrangement allowing up to an 80" bed.

Domestic First / Business -- 50"-60" pitch cradle type seats formerly used by British Airways.

Economy would be a minimum of 34" pitch with one seat on average removed from the abreast arrangement. For example, 737 reduced from 6 across to 5. All seats in all aircraft would attempt to maintain a 24"-25" total width. Regional aircraft would maintain normal across seating arrangements.

Symbol * indicated seats on the upper deck of the 748I.
U designates Ultra Class Pod Seats.
B designates International Business Seats.
E designates Domestic/short range International Business Class Seats.
C designated Comfort Class Seats.

Ultra Class Arrangements

747-8I - 16U* / 90B / 190C = 288pax
747-8I - 16U* / 64B / 278C = 358 pax
777-300ER - 14U / 50B / 189C = 253 pax
777-200LR - 20U / 60B / 92C = 172 pax
777-200LR - 14U / 46B / 149C = 209 pax
787-9 - 12U / 41B / 126C = 179 pax
787-8 - 12U / 45B / 75C = 125 pax
787-8 - 8U / 34B / 117C = 159 pax
757-200LR - 6U / 22B / 70C = 98 pax
737-700/LR - 4U / 16B / 50C = 70 pax

Comfort Class Arrangements

747-8I - 40E / 356*C = 396 pax
777-300/ER - 35E / 293C = 328 pax
777-200ER - 35E / 230C = 265 pax
787-3 - 24E / 180C = 210 pax
757-300 - 16E / 145C = 161 pax
737-900 - 16E / 110C = 126 pax
737-800/ER - 16E / 95C = 111 pax
737-700/LR - 12E / 75C = 87 pax
E195AR - 9E / 86C = 95 pax
E170/LR - 6E / 54C = 60 paxt
E145XR - 4E / 32C = 36 pax
E135XR - 4E / 20C = 24 pax
Q-400 - 6E / 54C = 60 pax
Q-200 - 3E / 27C = 30 pax

Long live TWA.



Just when I think you've said the stupidest thing ever, you keep talkin'!
User currently offlineQantasA333 From Australia, joined Jan 2007, 538 posts, RR: 4
Reply 15, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 2 days 20 hours ago) and read 10568 times:

Italia Airlines has ordered a further 20 Boeing 787-8 for expansion. This will bring the B787 fleet to 38. The first four of 18 already ordered 787s have arrived and are operating HKG and JFK.

User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 16, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 2 days ago) and read 10549 times:

we have order more 77Ls for LAX
LAX-CDG
LAX-LGW
LAX-AMS
LAX-VIE
LAX-PRG
LAX-CPH
LAX-NCE
LAX-TLX
LAX-DUS
LAX-FRA
LAX-MUC
LAX-STR
LAX-BUD
LAX-DUB
LAX-MXP
LAX-SNN
LAX-PSA
LAX-FCO
LAX-VCE
LAX-OTP
LAX-BCN
LAX-MAD
LAX-ZRH
LAX-IST
LAX-KBP
LAX-MAN
LAX-EDI
LAX-ATH
LAX-SIN
LAX-DEL
LAX-BOM
ATL-SIN
ATL-DEL
ATL-BOM

and a few more 77Ws 6 times a day
HKG-SIN
HKG-DEL
HKG-BOM



yep.
User currently offlineAg92 From India, joined Jul 2006, 1317 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 10530 times:

Well G-Asia has reported huge losses, with many marketing analyst stating that an all business class for Asia is not appropriate at this point of time thus the airline has had to be shut down.

The CEO has not given up with his dream to run an airline, and has stated he will be back

Regards
Ag92


User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9555 posts, RR: 14
Reply 18, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week 1 day 15 hours ago) and read 10529 times:

{Altanta Georgia} Atlanta Air Lines will start a FF program called Atlanta Miles. AM will have two levels Gold and Sliver.
Gold 14 seats on all mainline aircraft with 8 inch PTV with AVOD and Live TV on flights longer than 1 hour they will get a hot meal and free drinks. On flights shorter than 1 hour they will get snacks and free drinks. All seats will be 160 Degrees.
Sliver 10 seats on all mainline aircraft with 5 inch PTVs with live TV and BOB 5& meals with free drinks. 145 Degree Seats



yep.
User currently offlineAf773atmsp From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 2696 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (7 years 3 months 1 week ago) and read 10488 times:

Here is my airline.

Name: International Airlines
Regional Carrier: International Express

Hubs: MSP, FRA, NRT, JNB, and Sao Paulo

Fleet:

For short haul domestic routes:
6x CRJ-200
40x CRJ-900
30x E195
100x A319
120x A320
For domestic and Mexican and South American routes:
55x A321
115x 752 (with winglets)
30x 753
European routes:
40x A332
20x A333
10x A346
For Asian/Pacific and intra-Asia routes:
20x A346
Order for 12x 748
Order for 6x A380

Destinations:
North America:
JFK, LAX, DLH, RST, LGA, YYZ, Montreal, IAD, SLC, MEX, CUN, IAH, DFW, DEN, SFO, ANC, BOS, MCO, HNL, PHX, LAS, ATL, MEM, STL, ORD, MDW, MKE, and PHL.
Europe: CDG, LHR, Milan, Rome, DUB, SNN, AMS, MUC, DUS, Moscow, and ZRH.
Asia/Australia: SYD, AUK, HKG, PVG, ICN, KIX, NGO, PEK, BKK, BOM, DEL, and MEL.
Africa: Nairobi
South America: Panama and Rio de Janeiro

Paint scheme: Blue fuselage with International Airlines in gold and gold waves on the tail.

Interiors: Leather seats with around 40 inches of reclining space.



It ain't no normal MD80 its a Super 80!
User currently offlineCitrusCritter From Pitcairn Islands, joined May 2007, 1110 posts, RR: 3
Reply 20, posted (7 years 3 months 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 10380 times:

SouthJet

Regional Carrier - SouthJet Connect
Hubs: IAD (DCA if slots were available), MEM, possible future hub @ MSP
Focus Cities: MSY, CLT, MCO, RDU, STL
IATA - DX
Callsign -

Low cost/low fare carrier
Mainline - Airbus 319, Embraer 190, Embraer 170, DHC-8 Q400; possibility of Airbus 320s for heavy routes
Regional - ERJ-140 for very light routes -- limited use; opens only after airline is safely established and turning a profit

Business Plan:

Cities would be served initially from IAD and/or MEM depending on the geography. As our name suggests, we will focus on bringing regular jet service to cities throughout the South.

We would be P2P heavy using the FL model with large focus city operations. Ideal would be 3-5x daily frequency using the appropriate plane; some destinations may be 2x daily with service only to MEM or IAD. Most longhauls/transcons will be only from the hubs and heavy routes from the focus cities, as short hops are our money makers like WN and FL. We would not require the frequency that WN prefers in opening markets, which would allow use to open smaller markets like FL.

On Board Product: IFE will be XM radio. On board, we will serve a snack and a free soft drink. Alcoholic drinks will cost several dollars, though may be free to Elite flyers, if costs permit. Flights over 2 hours will have a BOB program with limited cold dishes such as sandwiches and salads.

Seating: All planes will feature leather seating with 31-33'' pitch. WN's open seating will be used to ensure quick turns. Once our FF program is in place, Elite flyers will have priority to board. Otherwise, boarding will be done in groups based on check-in time.

Customer Service: Our call-centers will be based in the United States. While this is not as inexpensive as outsourcing to a foreign country, customer satisfication tends to be higher. It is a possibility that we could follow B6's approach in using home-based workers.

Additionally, we will place great emphasis on creating a fun, low-stress environment such as WN, B6, and J7.

FF Program - Our FF program will be based on segments and have two tiers. Elite flyers will have no change fees, priority boarding, priority check-in, priority baggage, and possibly a free alcoholic drink on-board, by showing their Elite card.

Interlines/Codeshares - We would accept interlines from EAS providers, assuming the cost to us is negligble. We would attempt to establish interlines with similar international carriers such as FI and EI. Additionally, we would explore an interline/codeshare with operators such as KX, JM, and UP, but only providing that costs are not prohibitive.

Destinations

*Larger markets will open before the smaller markets, especially outside the South. Growth will be controlled and some projected destinations may not be open. We are intentionally avoiding WN and FL as much as possible until we have grown considerably. B6's ops are not as heavily considered given the product differential, and their east-west strategy.

To note on the destinations, since our strategy is to serve the Washington area and the South, and to essentially take people from those destinations elsewhere, we will largely serve primary airports outside of this area unless a very reasonable secondary airport is available. It is largely impractical to serve secondary airports from the markets we serve, at least initially. Secondary airports might open in the future, though some are listed herein. If costs are prohibitive, we would move service to a reasonable secondary airport.

New England - BOS, BDL, PVD, MHT, BTV, PWM
New York - LGA, ALB, HPN, SWF, ROC, SYR, BUF, ISP
Mid-Atlantic - PHL, PIT, MDT, ACY, BWI, DCA (seek all available slots aggressively)
Midwest - SDF, IND, LEX, CMH, CVG, CLE, DTW, MDW, MKE, DSM, MSP, MCI, ICT, GRR, FNT, CAK, DAY, BMI, FWA, MLI, MSN,
Texas/Oklahoma - HOU, DFW, SAT, AUS, ELP, OKC, TUL
Southwest - LAS, PHX, SLC, ABQ, TUS, RNO, DEN
West Coast - SAN, LAX, SFO, PDX, SEA, SMF,
Foreign - BDA, NAS, FPO, SJU, CUN, ACA, YTZ (excellent use of a Q400!)

South
Virginia - RIC, PHF, ROA
North Carolina - AVL, CLT, GSO, RDU
South Carolina - CHS, CAE, GSP, MYR
Georgia - ATL, SAV
Florida - JAX, TLH, PNS, PIE, SRQ, RSW, FLL, PBI, MIA, DAB, MLB; seasonal - PFN, VPS, EYW
Alabama - BHM, HVL, MGM
Mississippi - GPT, JAN
Tennessee - TYS, BNA, MEM, CHA
Arkansas - LIT, XNA
Louisiana - MSY, BTR, SHV

Other destinations could be added throughout the South, but this is unlikely as we would prefer to not outsource to a regional carrier, and there are few destinations not already listed that could be profitably served by jet service.



TLH
User currently offlineDc863 From Denmark, joined Jun 1999, 1558 posts, RR: 2
Reply 21, posted (7 years 3 months 16 hours ago) and read 10369 times:

Mine would be:

Intrepid

DC-8s, both -30, and -63s + 2 -54 Freighters
DC-9-32s + 3 Freighters
DC-10s
747-100s

Hubs:
BOS
MIA
JFK
EWR
LGA
SFO
DEN


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