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User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9661 posts, RR: 14
Posted (7 years 3 weeks 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 12366 times:

1)where is your HQ

2) LCC or Major or cargo

3)were are your hubs?

4) where are your focus city's

5)what types of A/C are in your fleet

6) what is on your A/C(seat config,PTVs,AVOD,food)

7) FF program

8) where do you fly

9) other info and pics of your livery

have fun!!


yep.
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User currently offlineDeltaL1011man From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 9661 posts, RR: 14
Reply 1, posted (7 years 3 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 12362 times:

Southeastern Air Lines (Fly smart Fly Southeastern)
HQ: renting space in Fayetteville GA while we wait for our 50 story high rise to be built in downtown
Fayetteville

Hubs ATL,SFO, PEK, LHR,MIA and STL
Focus city's: JFK,BOS,PVG,DKR,LGA,DCA,LAX and DAL

fleet:
712 717-200 2-2 in F(12) 2-3 in Y (105)
73G 737-700 2-2 in F(12) 3-3 in Y (125)
738 737-800 2-2 in F(16) 3-3 in Y (134)
744 747-400 1-2-1 in F (12) 2-2-2 in J (bottom)2-2(top) (44) 3-3-3 in Y (324)
74E 747-400ER same as 747-400
75D 757-200 2-2 in F(26) 3-3 in Y (158)
752 757-200 2-2 in F(16) 3-3 in Y (159)
753 757-300 2-2 in F(24) 3-3 in Y (194)
762 767-200ER 1-1-1 in F (24) 2-3-2 in Y (175)
763 767-300ER 1-1-1 in F (24) 2-3-2 in Y (187)
76A 767-300ER 1-1-1 in F (20) 2-2-2 in J (20) 2-3-2 (175)
764 767-400ER 1-1-1 in F (20) 2-2-2 in J (20) 2-3-2 in Y (190)
772 777-200ER 1-2-1 in F (47) 3-3-3 in Y(218)
77E 777-200ER 1-2-1 in F (35) 2-2-2 in J (20) 3-3-3- in Y (200)
77L 777-200LR 1-2-1 in F (47) 3-3-3 in Y (218)
77A 777-200LR 1-2-1 in F (37) 2-2-2 in J (10) 3-3-3 in Y (218)
773 777-300ER 1-2-1 in F (18) 2-3-2 in J (50) 3-3-3 in Y (320)
A332 A330-200 2-2-2 in F (40) 2-2-2 in J (15) 2-3-2 in Y (150)
A333 A330-300 2-2-2 in F (44) 2-2-2 in J (20) 2-3-2 in Y (155)
all planes have PTV with AVOD in ever seat (10 inch in F and J and 8 inch in Y)

FF program (SouthMiles)(AMEX is the sponsor)
get 50,000 miles free Y seat in domestic flight
get 100,000 miles free F seat on domestic flight
get 125,000 miles free Y seat on any flight
get 1500,000 miles free J seat on any flight
get 175,000 miles free F seat on any flight
get 250,000 miles free F seat for life on any domestic flight
get 300,000 miles free J seat on any flight for life
and get 500,000 miles free F seat on any flight for life



yep.
User currently offlineTrekster From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (7 years 3 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 12355 times:

Quoting DeltaL1011man (Reply 1):
get 50,000 miles free Y seat in domestic flight
get 100,000 miles free F seat on domestic flight
get 125,000 miles free Y seat on any flight
get 1500,000 miles free J seat on any flight
get 175,000 miles free F seat on any flight
get 250,000 miles free F seat for life on any domestic flight
get 300,000 miles free J seat on any flight for life
and get 500,000 miles free F seat on any flight for life

I know its all made up, but thats a VERY generous FF program. I deal with my airlines top travellers, and im not the least bit shocked now (was when i started) to see peoples accounts having over 2 million miles. Freq business travellers could reach that amount very fast, and within a year, you would have no fares coming in, just tax's.


User currently offlineZTagged From Niger, joined Oct 2007, 516 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (7 years 3 weeks 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 12338 times:

1) HQ: Downtown Pittsburgh, PA, 44th floor USX Steel Tower.

2) LCC/Mainline: A mix of both. Primarily a legacy, with the tenancies of an LCC.

3) Hubs?
3x USA (PIT, DCA, SMF)
1x CAN (YUL)
3x EU (LGW, DUS, CDG)
2x Asia (PEK, SIN)
1x AUS (MEL)

4) Focus Cities: Planet Earth.  rotfl 

5) Fleet (Get ready for a huge list):

12x - B732. N80-N92XD
5x - B738. N93-N98XD
12x - A318. N100-N110XD
5x- A320. N320-N327XD
(All Y config)
3x A300B4. N111-N114XD
(F/Y config)
2x B742QC, on lease. No registration data at current.
F/Bus/Prem Y/Y config)
4x B773, N773-N777XD
6x A345, N340-N346XD
6x A333, N333-N339XD
(F/Biz/Y Config)
1x MD-11F, N800XD
(F/Y Config)
5x MD-88, N885-N890XD
(Y config)
That's the mainline fleet.

Smaller:
15x E170, special theme. TBD
10x CRJ2, N400-N410XD
5x SF34 OR Q200
3x C208
3x LJ45
(All Y class)

6) In-flight amenities: VOD/DirecTV, Channel 9-Styled ATC, XM Satellite radio. Food would be per-person, paid on-flight, credit cards only. Free non-alcoholic drinks, and alcohol would be priced according to the average (Using the current US Carriers to judge). Food would be as such:
-Short flights: Light snacks offered, free of charge. Peanuts, pretzels, small bags of chips, baked crackers (Ritz Toasted Chips)

-Medium-Longhaul flights: (By time of day)
Morning: Continental breakfasts, including breakfast burritos, bagels/muffins, cold/hot cereal, omlettes.
Afternoon: Cold sandwiches, salads, Cambell's Soup-In-Hand, Ramen Noodles.
Evening: Full menu PLUS: Hot meal consisting of main course (Meat, fish, vegetarian dish), one side (Vegitable or fruit of the day), soup or salad, plus desert (Normally a slice of pie, cake, or similar.)
"3AM Snack" (Redeye flights only): Breakfast/shorthaul menu PLUS: Ice cream, warm milk, hot tea, mixed nuts, individual can of fruit/pudding.


7) FF program: Way2Move! (Visa; HSBC provided. Counts towards this program, but not required.)
Based off of WN's program. 6-round trips equals a free flight, to anywhere we fly. Period. No blackouts, no requirements, hassle free mini vacations. Rewards expire in 36 months. Y class only.
AddItUp (HSBC Visa program)
Includes the Way2Move! PLUS earn "Upgrade Cash". Upgrade Cash will be used towards an upgrade to F, Biz or YPlus! seat on any Way2Move! ticket. Spend $1, get 1 Upgrade Dollar.
YPlus!: $500 Upgrade Dollars
BizFly: $950 Upgrade Dollars
First: $1,150 Upgrade Dollars
Earn $2 upgrade dollars for every $1 spent on any ticket. EX: If your ticket costs $850 ($1700), you'll have enough upgrade to First, plus have enough left over to upgrade to YPlus! ($1650 spent, $50 remaining)


8) where do you fly: Take any airport you want, take whatever plane you want, and fly to wherever you want, within reason.
Reason meaning, you're not gonna go LGW to SFO in a C172.



9) other info and pics of your livery
Alright, time for a name. Personally I've been fond of WinAir, simply because of the name. Other suggestions:
Best Bet (Play off of Best Buy), Global Hemispheres, Konexa (Connects' Ya), iNSPIRE, and last but not least, Eclipse.
So far, WinAir and Konexa are in the lead. Suggest one if you like!


Livery

I had a good design before my laptop decided to eat it's hard drive. crazy It was kind of a throwback to the 40's/50s, white fuselage, silver belly (Kind of like Piedmont), dark blue/grey cheatline, dark grey tail with a simple logo.
(I was out of ideas. D: If you have an idea, suggest it pleeeease.)



Something awful.
User currently offlineFlyMIA From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 7242 posts, RR: 6
Reply 4, posted (7 years 3 weeks 6 days 12 hours ago) and read 12325 times:

1)where is your HQ
Miami Florida in Downtown.
2) LCC or Major or cargo
Major
3)were are your hubs?
Major Hubs, Miami,Kansas City, Portland, New York JFK, LHR, Tokyo NRT.
4) where are your focus city's
LAX,BOS,IAD,MEM,GUM,DXB,AKL,MCO. I know very Unrealistic.
5)what types of A/C are in your fleet
737-400,737-700,747-400,757-300,777-200,777-200LR,A320,Dash-8-300,CRJ-200,DC-9-32,747-200.
6) what is on your A/C(seat config,PTVs,AVOD,food)
742 is high density, DC-9 is old and simple, 734 is just like a WN 737. D8 and CRJ normal. All the rest have PTVs and every seat. Food on all flights longer than 4 hours, decent food for purchase on flights 2.5-4 hours. Snacks on flights shorter than 2.5 hours
7) FF program
Yes.
8) where do you fly
Well it would be a very international airline. MIA would be a huge hub with multiple destinations in 5 continents. DXB,BOM,TLV,NRT,LHR,EZE,FRA,BCN,FCO,ARN,JNB etc.. PDX is west coast and Asian hub with service to EZE,CDG and LHR. MCI is middle of America regional hub with flights to LHR and NRT. JFK is an O/D place with some Asian and European service also service to places like DXB,BOM,HKG. LHR would have intra Europe flights and alot of transcontinental flights. NRT would be an Asian hub obviously. GUM would serve some island near by and other major Asian cities also and Fiji. DXB would serve the middle east and some Indian cities. AKL would serve Fiji and some Australian cities with service to LAX and PDX also. MCO has domestic flights and some flights to England.

Very unrealistic airline I know. But this would be my dream airline.
9) other info and pics of your livery
I have alot of possible info if anyone by a slim chance is intersted to take a look at my 17 page word document about this fake airline go ahead and contact me  Wink I had a lot of free time over the past 5 years.  Smile
Sample of what I have on my word doc.
NEW YORK JFK: Miami, Portland, Kansas City, Chicago O Hare, San Francisco, Boston, Memphis, Philadelphia, San Juan, Seattle, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Washington Dulles, Raleigh, Phoenix, Dallas Ft. Worth, Denver, Ft. Lauderdale St. Thomas, San Jose. 59 International: Bermuda, Nassau, Tokyo, London Heathrow, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Dubai, Milan, Warsaw, Paris, Berlin, Prague, Mumbai, Buenos Aires, Rome, Manchester UK, Birmingham UK.
You should see the MIA list  Smile



"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)
User currently offlineEXTspotter From United Kingdom, joined May 2007, 992 posts, RR: 1
Reply 5, posted (7 years 3 weeks 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 12280 times:

British Pan European Airways (BPE) (Callsign: British Euro (Find us on Vatsim!))

1)where is your HQ

Exeter, UK

2) LCC or Major or cargo

LCC

3)were are your hubs?

Exeter, England, UK (EXT/EGTE)
Dublin, Ireland (DUB/EIDW)

4) where are your focus city's

Cardiff, Wales, UK (CWL/EGFF)
Cork, Ireland (ORK/EICK)

5)what types of A/C are in your fleet

16 x Boeing 737-800 Wingletted (G-FBPA/B/C/D/E/F and EI-BPA/B/C/D/E/F/G/H/I/J)
8 x Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 (G-FBPG/H/I/J/K/L/M/N)
10 x ATR 42-500 (G-FBPO/P/Q/R/S/T and EI-BPK/L/M/N)

6) what is on your A/C(seat config,PTVs,AVOD,food)

738W 8 First (2 x 2 36" pitch, free soft drinks and snacks, PTVs with 20 channel AVOD) 171 Economy (3 x 3, 29" pitch, buy on board, optional AVOD on PTVs £5/€7 per flight)

Q400 3 First (1 x 2 34" pitch, free soft drinks and snacks) 68 Economy (2 x 2, 29" pitch, buy on board)

AT4 3 x First (1 x 2 34" pitch, free soft drinks and snacks) 48 Economy (2 x 2 29" pitch, buy on board)

7) FF program

None

8) where do you fly

SNN
WAT
KIR
GWY
NOC
Sligo
CFN
Derry
Belfast
IOM
ISC
NQY
PLH
BOH
BRS
CWL
Valley
JER
GCI
EDI
GLA
Inverness
NCL
LPL
DSA
MAN
LBA
BLK
LPL
EMA
BHX
SOU
LYX
NWI
LCY
STN
LGW
Brest
Nantes
BOD
La Rochelle
Bergerac
Angers
ORY
Basel/Mulhouse
Pau
Carcassone
Biarritz
Toulon
Nice
Monpellier
Marseilles
Bilbao
VLL
SCQ
MAD
BCN
PMI
IBZ
VLC
ALC
AGP
GIB
Seville
FAO
LIS
OPO....



AF BE BY FR MV PD SZ U2 VZ DHC6, 8-3/4Q, 732/8, 763ER, A319, A380
User currently offlineZTagged From Niger, joined Oct 2007, 516 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (7 years 3 weeks 4 days 18 hours ago) and read 12272 times:

Quoting EXTspotter (Reply 5):
8 x Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 (G-FBPG/H/I/J/K/L/M/N)

 eyepopping 



Something awful.
User currently offlineDrogba From Germany, joined Feb 2007, 73 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (7 years 3 weeks 3 days ago) and read 12242 times:

Metropolis Airlines

1) where is your HQ?

Berlin, Germany

2) LCC or Major or cargo

Major

3) where are your hubs?

Berlin-Tegel (TXL)
Berlin-Tempelhof (THF)

4) where are your focus city's

Westerland/Sylt (GWT) (at summer)

5) what types of A/C are in your fleet

8x Embraer 190
2x CRJ 900
5x Airbus 320-200
2x Boeing 777-200

6) what is on your A/C(seat config,PTVs,AVOD,food)

Embraer 190:
Business Class: 3 rows, 2-1 (39" pitch, 21" width), equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)
Economy Class: 21 rows, 2-2 (33" pitch, 18" width)

CRJ 900:
Business Class: 4 rows, 2-1 (37" pitch, 21" width), equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)
Economy Class: 16 rows, 2-2 (33" pitch, 18" width)

Airbus 320-200:
Business Class: 3 rows, 2-2 (38" pitch, 21" width), equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)
Economy Class: 23 rows, 3-3 (30" pitch, 18" width)

Boeing 777-200:
First Class: 2 rows, 12 suites (86" pitch, 21,5" width), equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)
Business Class: 5 rows, 2-3-2 (60" pitch, 20,5" width), equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)
Economy Class: 26 rows, generally 3-4-3 (33" pitch, 17" width), equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)

Free meals and drinks on international flights. On domestic flights free snaks and drinks.

7) FF program

none yet

8) Destinations:

from THF (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
FRA
MUC
STR
DUS
CGN
GWT
NUE
FKB
DTM
FMO

from GWT [seasonal] (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
THF
FRA
MUC
DUS

from TXL (A320, B777):
LHR
CDG
AMS
MAD
FCO
BCN
MAN
PMI
IST
DUB
CPH
DME
AYT
LPA
ACE
--------
ORD
HND
GIG
CPT



Next trips: TXL-VNO-FRA-ZRH-TXL, TXL-FRA-MAD-MUC-TXL , SXF-NAP-SXF, GWT-TXL
User currently offlinePlymSpotter From Spain, joined Jun 2004, 11686 posts, RR: 60
Reply 8, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 23 hours ago) and read 12231 times:

OK, part of this has been transferred from the 'Create You're Own Airport' thread. This has been in my head for much longer than is healthy I expect, but a brief explanation:

The airline was set up as NIA - Nepal International Airlines/Airways with a base in KTM mainly serving the UK to India/Bangladesh/South East Asia traffic with a bunch of DC10-30/40s and L1011's via Nepal. This was then supplemented with B747-200s and later 747-400s as the airline grew more successful, and B767-300ERs were added to open up more cities. Then, the KC258 was added (my own imagination, that one, but think MD11 basically) to replace the DC10s and L1011's. A380s were added (I assume they are already well in service) and then another of 'my' aircraft, the ultra wide-bodied KC558 was added to replace the entire 747 fleet. A380-900s have also been added too - ahh, the wonders of imagination Big grin Due to unstable situations in Nepal, a new base was sourced, being in North Western China with suitable incentives from the regional government, although some flights are still operated from KTM. All transfer traffic goes through the new base.

1) Altun Shan International Airport; ATA code 'ATN'; ICAO code 'ZATN' (P.R.China)

2) Major, cargo carried

3) ALT, Altun, in the Altun Shan region

4) KTM, Kathmandu, Nepal

5) Fleet:

K254 = KC 258-400 ... 220 pax in 3 class (Tri-jet, identical design to MD-11)
K551 = KC 558-100 ... 240 pax in 3 class (Shortest in family of 558, speciality range of 10,500mi)
K552 = KC 558-200 ... 320 pax in 3 class (Range of 8500mi)
K553 = KC 558-300 ... 400 pax in 3 class (Replaced 744's in fleet)
A388 = A380-800 ... 480 pax in 3 class (Assumed built and in service for a while)
A389 = A380-900 ... 590 pax in 3 class (Yes, I have assumed they have designed and built it already)

So that makes any sense, here's an explanation of the types in the fleet. The KC258 is, as I mention above, is a modern day equivalent of the MD11, ideal for operating out of KTM. The KC558 twin jet is similar to a 777 in appearance, only seats 12 abreast in a 2-4-4-2 combination, has sleeping accommodation above the passenger cabin and carries as much cargo as a 757F. I can't remember what KC means though, that's the only problem, it's something I thought up yonks back and which then stuck

6) All aircraft:

32.5 inch pitch in Economy, 36 inches on the K551 and ultra-long haul K552 aircraft
72 inch pitch flat beds in Business Class
86 inch flat beds in First Class
PTV with AVOD in all classes, choice of 50 channels in eco, 70 in biz, 100+live TV in first.

7) Loyalty Scheme:

Frequent flyer program is WorldSpan and comprises around the 10 other airlines, all owned by 'The K Group', serving all 7 continents with over 1500 flights a day.

Earn 200% mileage in First, 150% in Business, and 100% in full economy fares. Minimum Economy mileage earned is 10%, depending on the fare.

Membership levels:
Pearl - Entry level
Sapphire - 10 level flights, or 20,000 miles.
Emerald - 25 level flights, or 50,000 miles.
Diamond - 50 level flights, or 100,000 miles.
Diamond Elite - Lifetime status given to those who achieve Diamond status 5 years in a row.

8) where do you fly

NIA/Altun Airways present and launched destinations from ALT, and KTM marked with*:

Europe:
AMS x 1 daily K553
ATH x 1 daily K245
BHX x 2 daily A388* ... 2 daily K254
BRU x 1 daily K254
CDG x 2 daily A388 and K552* ... 1 daily K254
CPH x 1 daily K552
DUB x 1 daily K552
FCO x 1 daily K552
FRA x 2 daily K553* ... 1 daily K254
GLA x 1 daily K553
GVA x 1 daily K254
HEL x 1 daily K254
IST x 1 daily K552
KBP x 1 daily K254
LED x 1 daily K254
LHR x 3 daily A389 ... 2 daily K254
LIS x 1 daily K254
MAD x 1 daily K552
MAN x 2 daily A388 ... 2 daily K254
MOW x 1 daily K552
MUC x 1 daily K552
MXP x 1 daily K553
OSL/ARN x 1 daily K553
PRG x 1 daily K552
VIE x 1 daily K552
ZRH x 1 daily K553

Asia/Pacific:
AUK x 2 daily A388
BJS x 2 daily K553* ... 1 daily K254
BKK x 2 daily K553* ... 1 daily K254
BWN x 1 daily K553
CCU x 2 daily K553* ... 1 daily K254
CEB x 1 daily K552
DAC x 2 daily K553* ... 1 daily K254
DEL x 4 daily A388* ... 2 daily K254
HAN x 1 daily A388
HKG x 3 daily A389
HYD x 2 daily K553* ... 1 daily K254
ICN x 2 daily A388
ISB x 2 daily K553
JAK x 1 daily A388
KIX x 1 daily K553
KTM x 6 daily A388*
KUL x 3 daily K553
MEL x 2 daily A388
MNL x 2 daily K553
NRT x 2 daily A389
PER x 2 daily K552
PVG x 2 daily K553
SGN x 2 daily K553
SIN x 3 daily K553
SYD x 3 daily A388

Africa/Middle East:

CAI x 1 daily K552
CPT x 1 daily K551
DXB x 1 daily K553
JNB x 2 daily K551
NBO x 1 daily K552
RUH x 2 daily A388
THR x 1 daily K553
TLV x 2 daily K552

North/Central/South America:

GRU x 1 daily K551
HOU x 3 daily K552
IAD x 1 daily A388
JFK x 3 daily A388
LAS x 2 daily K552
LAX x 2 daily A389
LIM x 1 daily K551
MCO x 2 daily A388
MEX x 1 daily K551
ORD x 1 daily A388
SFO x 2 daily K552
YVR x 1 daily K552
YYZ x 2 daily K552

9) Don't have much other information I'm afraid, I'm just taking a little chill out from writing a dissertation, so I don't have much spare time for designing liveries etc...


Dan Smile



...love is just a camouflage for what resembles rage again...
User currently offlineW3ndytj4n From Indonesia, joined Feb 2006, 259 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 12221 times:

Lion Airlines (We make Peole Fly)

A new start-up carrier is to be taken to air soon. Lion Airlines is a new carrier based in LHR. It will offer service to a number of European city, such as, FRA, CDG, MXP, AMS, TXL, etc. "We have ordered 100 Boeing 737-800 pre-installed with Aviation Partner winglets, with 50 options. At least one Boeing 737-800 will join our fleet every month." CEO of Lion Airlines, Wendy Tjan said. Lion Airlines 5th Boeing 737-800 is delivered today, which increase the number of the fleet to 5 planes. Before the inaugural flight, all of the five Boeing 737-800 will undergo testing flight to FRA, MXP, ARN, AMS, and CDG.



Wendy Tjan
User currently offlineDrogba From Germany, joined Feb 2007, 73 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (7 years 3 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 12178 times:

New order for Metropolis Airlines:

2x Embraer 190
3x CRJ 900
5x A320-200
5x Boeing 767-300
3x Boeing 777-200



Next trips: TXL-VNO-FRA-ZRH-TXL, TXL-FRA-MAD-MUC-TXL , SXF-NAP-SXF, GWT-TXL
User currently offlineW3ndytj4n From Indonesia, joined Feb 2006, 259 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (7 years 2 weeks 6 days 23 hours ago) and read 12172 times:

Drogba, are u on Airline Empires?


w3ndy



Wendy Tjan
User currently offlineATCT From United States of America, joined Mar 2001, 2325 posts, RR: 38
Reply 12, posted (7 years 2 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 12166 times:

LoneStar Airways
1. Houston - IAH
2. LCC
3. IAH
4. DFW, SAT
5. DeHavilland DHC-8-Q400, JS32
6. Q400: 66 Seats, Extra Legroom, PTV's, Full Meal service on hour + flights
JS32: 19 Seats, Freon Air
7. 1 segment free for every 8 flown.
8. IAH, DAL, AUS, SAT, ELP, MSY, BTR, SHV, CRP, BRO, LRD, AMA, MAF, OKC, TUL, LIT, JAN, GPT, MFE, TXK, VCT, ACT, AEX, LCH, BPT, DRT, SPS, MEX, CUN, CZM, ABQ, SAF, ABI, MRY, and CUU.

[Edited 2007-11-04 12:21:29]


"The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing." - Walt Disney
User currently offlineDrogba From Germany, joined Feb 2007, 73 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (7 years 2 weeks 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 12130 times:

Quoting W3ndytj4n (Reply 11):
Drogba, are u on Airline Empires?

No, I'm not  Smile.

New planes are entering service.

Boeing 767-300
Business Class: 5 rows, 2-2-1 (60" pitch, 20.5" width)
Economy Class: 28 rows, generally 2-3-2 (31.5" pitch, 17.5" width)

THF (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
FRA
MUC
STR
DUS
CGN
GWT
NUE
FKB
DTM
FMO
SCN
FMM
LBC

from GWT [seasonal] (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
THF
FRA
MUC
DUS
STR
NUE

from TXL (A320, B767, B777):
LHR
CDG
AMS
MAD
FCO
BCN
MAN
PMI
IST
DUB
CPH
DME
AYT
LPA
ACE
ATH
HEL
WAW
FAO
BGO
MLA
BUD
RIX
--------
DXB
DEL
CAI
JFK
ATL
YYZ
--------
ORD
HND
GIG
CPT
LAX
SYD (via BKK)



Next trips: TXL-VNO-FRA-ZRH-TXL, TXL-FRA-MAD-MUC-TXL , SXF-NAP-SXF, GWT-TXL
User currently offlineDrogba From Germany, joined Feb 2007, 73 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (7 years 2 weeks 1 day 22 hours ago) and read 12081 times:

Current fleet of Metropolitan Airlines:

10x ERJ 190
5x CRJ 900
10x A320-200
5x Boeing 767-300
5x Boeing 777-200

New Order:
5x A380-800
5x Boeing 737-800



Next trips: TXL-VNO-FRA-ZRH-TXL, TXL-FRA-MAD-MUC-TXL , SXF-NAP-SXF, GWT-TXL
User currently offlineNWADC9 From United States of America, joined May 2004, 4898 posts, RR: 9
Reply 15, posted (7 years 2 weeks 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 12065 times:

Pittsburgh Air
Headquarters: AGC
Type: Commuter and Charter
Hub: AGC
Focus Cities: None
Fleet: Cessna 208B Caravan (B1900D is there as well, but is in the paint shop)
Amenities on board: Beverages and tidbits (serve yourself), as well as bagged lunches for meal flights (the LONG ones)
Frequent Flyer Program: None as of yet
Routes: Route Map
We generally serve EAS airports and connect them to larger cities, be it for business or to connect to another airline to travel abroad. The furthest any one of our planes have flown is a charter from Pittsburgh to Kansas City non-stop. Four and a half hours with no restroom! It was an early morning flight.
Photos
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v259/NWADC9/Flight%20Simulator%20Screenshots/pg7357/Scrshot591.jpg
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Flying an aeroplane with only a single propeller to keep you in the air. Can you imagine that? -Capt. Picard
User currently offlineAf773atmsp From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 2706 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (7 years 2 weeks 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 12049 times:

Airline: International Airlines which is a major carrier but also has a fleet of freighter aircraft for cargo service

HQ: Minneapolis

Hubs: MSP, NRT, LHR, SYD, and JNB
Focus Cities: CDG, HKG, and HNL

Regional and turbo-prop fleet:
10x ATR-42
15x ATR-72
16x ERJ-135
20x ERJ-170
36x ERJ-175

Domestic fleet:
36x ERJ-195
6x A318, 10x A319, 14x A320-200, and 24x A321
16x 757-300

International fleet:
18x 752 w/winglets
20x A332 and 22x A333
10x A343, 6x A345, and 28x A346

Cargo fleet:
15x DC-10-30F
8x 752F
12x 762F

On order:
5x A380
22x A350-800 and 12x A350-900
12x A332F

My regional fleet is two-class configuration with 30.5" pitch and 28.5" width in both classes. On my regional fleet in first class are PTVs. Food in first-class and coach-class on short flights is snacks and beverage. There are PTVs in first class on domestic fleet with 35.5" pitch and 32" width in both classes. Food in domestic fleet in first-class is turkey sandwiches or lettuce w/beverage. In coach-class on domestic flights are snacks and beverages that can be bought. On international flights there are PTVs in all three classes with 50.5" pitch and 18" width. For breakfast on international flights is cereal w/juice or cheese omelet. For lunch on international flights is turkey sandwiches or cheese sandwiches w/beverages and lettuce. For dinner on international flights is cheese pizza or salmon w/beverages and fries.

My FF program is GoFly Rewards.
10 flights (international or domestic)=1 free domestic ticket in coach class
20 flights (international or domestic)=2 free domestic tickets in first class
30 flights (international or domestic)=1 free international ticket in coach class
35 flights (international or domestic)=2 free international tickets in first class

Where International Airlines flies (not including hubs and focus cities):
North/South America: EZE, ATL, LAX, JFK, IAD, IAH, ANC, YYZ, YUL, STL, CUN, MEX, SXM, MIA, MCO, LAS, DTW, ORD, BOS, CLT, and MKE
Europe: SVO, DUB, SNN, Rome, Milan, MAN, MUC, and FRA
Asia/Australia: Auckland, ICN, KIX, Shanghai, MNL, and Beijing



It ain't no normal MD80 its a Super 80!
User currently offlineDrogba From Germany, joined Feb 2007, 73 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (7 years 2 weeks 6 hours ago) and read 12023 times:

New aircraft enter service:

Boeing 737-800:
Business Class: 4 rows, 2-2 (38" pitch, 20.5" width), equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)
Economy Class: 23 rows, generally 3-3 (32" pitch, 17" width)

Airbus 380-800:
First Class: 5 rows, generally 1-2-1, suites (81" pitch, 35" width), upper deck
Business Class: 16 rows, 1-2-1, lie-flat seats (55" pitch, 34" width), upper deck
Economy Class: 42 rows, generally 3-4-3 (32" pitch, 19" width), main deck

All classes equipped with PTVs (television and movie collection)

from THF (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
FRA
MUC
STR
DUS
CGN
GWT
NUE
FKB
DTM
FMO
SCN
FMM
LBC

from GWT [seasonal] (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
THF
FRA
MUC
DUS
STR
NUE

from TXL (A320, B737, B767, B777, A380):
LHR
CDG
AMS
MAD
FCO
BCN
MAN
PMI
IST
DUB
CPH
DME
AYT
LPA
ACE
ATH
HEL
WAW
FAO
BGO
MLA
BUD
RIX
KBP
LED
ESB
VIE
ZRH
ARN

--------
DXB
DEL
CAI
YYZ
DFW
--------
JFK
HND
CPT
LAX
PEK
IAH
--------
ATL
HKG
SIN
SYD (via BKK)
ORD



Next trips: TXL-VNO-FRA-ZRH-TXL, TXL-FRA-MAD-MUC-TXL , SXF-NAP-SXF, GWT-TXL
User currently offlineDrogba From Germany, joined Feb 2007, 73 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (7 years 1 week 2 days 23 hours ago) and read 11951 times:

Current fleet of Metropolitan Airlines:

10x ERJ 190
5x CRJ 900
10x A320-200
5x Boeing 737-800
5x Boeing 767-300
5x Boeing 777-200
5x A380-800

New Order:
3x Embraer 190
4x Boeing 737-800
2x Boeing 767-300
1x Boeing 777-200



Next trips: TXL-VNO-FRA-ZRH-TXL, TXL-FRA-MAD-MUC-TXL , SXF-NAP-SXF, GWT-TXL
User currently offlineSNN2003 From United States of America, joined May 2001, 299 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (7 years 1 week 1 day 17 hours ago) and read 11911 times:

Air New England
Up Up and Away
Regional Airline

HQ: Manchester, NH

Destinations: (* Designates Hub City)

ALB
AGS
BGR
BOS*
BUF
BTV
BDL
HYA*
MHT
MVY
ACK
EWB
JFK
LGA
EWR
PWM
PVC
PVD
DCA

Fleet:
Bombardier Q400
Embraer 145

Cabin:
Standard 1x2 on 145 and 2x2 on Q400

Service:
<1HR-Drinks, Light Snack
>1HR (And all ERJ145 flights)- Meal Service

FF Program:
ANE Bonus+



One way, IAH-RTB please! No return ticket required.
User currently offlineDrogba From Germany, joined Feb 2007, 73 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (7 years 1 week 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 11897 times:

Munich will be a new focus city of Metropolitan Airlines, so the new aircraft will be put into service from there.

from THF (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
FRA
MUC
STR
DUS
CGN
GWT
NUE
FKB
DTM
FMO
SCN
LBC

from GWT [seasonal] (Emb 190, CRJ 900):
THF
FRA
MUC
DUS
STR
NUE

from TXL (A320, B737, B767, B777, A380):
LHR
CDG
AMS
MAD
FCO
BCN
MAN
PMI
IST
DUB
CPH
DME
AYT
LPA
ACE
ATH
HEL
WAW
FAO
BGO
MLA
BUD
RIX
KBP
LED
ESB
VIE
ZRH
ARN

--------
DXB
DEL
CAI
YYZ
DFW
--------
JFK
HND
CPT
LAX
PEK
IAH
--------
ATL
HKG
SIN
SYD (via BKK)
ORD

From MUC (Emb 190, B737, B767, B777)
TXL
FRA
HAM
BRU
CDG
MXP
KBP
ATH
---------
DXB
JFK
YYZ
SIN



Current Fleet of MA:
13x ERJ 190
5x CRJ 900
10x A320-200
9x Boeing 737-800
7x Boeing 767-300
6x Boeing 777-200
5x A380-800



Next trips: TXL-VNO-FRA-ZRH-TXL, TXL-FRA-MAD-MUC-TXL , SXF-NAP-SXF, GWT-TXL
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