Checo77 From Peru, joined Oct 2004, 1345 posts, RR: 7 Posted (10 years 2 months 1 week 1 hour ago) and read 11057 times:
If you have ever dreamed on having an airline, this is the right post:
Make up your own airline, including name, base airport, livery, destination on each continent, fleet, with what airline your like to codeshare, in what alliance you like to be, and describe you product in general and prices.
My airline would be called "Prague Air", blue/white/red livery with a photo of each of Prague´s attractions on the tail (sort of like F9 has with west animals). I would be based in PRG (duhhh) and fly long-hual only:
US: ORD, JFK, IAH, MIA, LAX and SFO.
Canada: YYZ, YVR
Latin America: GRU, GIG, MEX, CCS (maybe EZE as well)
Africa: CAI, JNB
Asia: HKG, ICN, PEK, NRT, BKK, SIN and KUL+continuation to SYD or MEL
My fleet would include B777-200/300s, B747-400s and possibly MD-11s and in the future, 787s
I would like to join SkyTeam and as extra, codeshare with UA, AC, TAM, MH, SQ and Qantas.
I would like to have a little (only like 5 seats) First Class with great service and superior meals (I would possibly cater from Marriot). Then a max.25 seat bussines class, with good meals great service and all what a good bussines class has. The rest would be economy, with superior services as many airlines today. The crew would be chosen by me personally to be specially good-looking and polite so passengers would feel happy. Meals would be superior as well. And AVOD would be offered in economy, as well as in bussines and First.
Example: PRG-JFK-PRG: First- starting at USD 5000
Bussines: starting at USD 1500
Economy: starting at USD 600
I hope my dream and you dream of having our own airlines will become true one day.
B 737-300/-400/-500 (soon to be phased out)
Don't know where the markts for those planes should be but in my dream they are there. All in all a high quality airline with aa high ammount of pax which were offered the world best First- Business- and Economy Class. And to fulfil my dream there will be two main airports in this country.
1. in the capital - very very big
2. in the second biggest city - very big and like Kai Tak
3. in the tourist area with Saint Maarten Style.
So, no wI'm going to bed to dream about my fictional country.
FlyMIA From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 7435 posts, RR: 7
Reply 5, posted (10 years 2 months 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 10986 times:
Well I could make a 18 page document on my dream airline but I will keep a bit shorter.
Hubs in order largest to smallest: MIA,MCI,PDX,JFK,LAX,LHR,NRT,MEM,ANC, NAS,Guam.
Focus Cities: MSP,FLL,MCO,TPA,JAX,IAD,BOI,HON,AKL,HKG,LGA,BOS,PVD,MDW,SEA,
Fokker-27: 3 Being retired soon.
ERJ-170: 20 20 more on order.
737-700: 85 38 on order.
Cessna 411: 16
LEAR JET 45 27
CESSNA CARAVAN 15
Twin Otters. 5
King Air 350 15
Cargo/ Partner with Fed Ex.
Cessna 411 22
Here are the destinations from MIA the biggest hub, LAX a focus city which may become a hub. And LHR a Euro Hub and Guam a nice small hub.
MIAMI: Jacksonville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Washington D.C. Dulles. Baltimore Washington, Washington National, Philadelphia, Newark, Tampa, New York JFK, New York LGA, Buffalo, Hartford, Providence, Boston, Manchester N.H, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Memphis, Houston Intercontinental, Dallas Ft. Worth, San Antonio, St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago O Hare, Chicago Midway, Detroit, Minneapolis, Denver, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Las Vegas, Seattle San Juan, Indianapolis, St, Toma, St. Croix, Portland, John Wayne Orange County:
International Destinations>> Nassau , Havana , Montego Bay, Kingston, Grand Cayman , Toronto , Montreal , Vancouver , Ottawa, Halifax, Port AU Prince, Santa Domingo, Punta Canta , Providencials, Puerto Plata, Mexico City*, Cancun , San Jose , Tegucigalpa, Panama City, San Salvador , Belize City, Guatemala, Maugua, St. Lucia, St. Martian* , Bermuda* ,Barbados, Aruba, Trinidad, London Heathrow , London Gatwick , Manchester United Kingdom , Paris , Stockholm* , , Madrid, Barcelona , Frankfurt , Helsinki , Istanbul, Athens , Zurich , Amsterdam , Munich, Moscow, Brussels, Caracas , Cali , Cartegena, Bogotá , Medellin, Quito , Lima , Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro , Montevideo, Buenos Aires , Santiago , La Paz , Tokyo , Johannesburg , Cairo, Tel e Vie , Dubai Via Tel E Vie, Copenhagen, Monterrey, Reykjavik,
Seasonal: Boise, Salt Lake City, Colorado Springs.
Miami Express: St. Petiburgh, Sarasota, Ft. Myers, Key West, Marathon, Daytona, Melbourne, Tallahassee, Ft. Pierce Panama City F.L., Pensacola, Freeport, Bimi, Marsh Harbor, Savannah, Asheville, Columbus, Nashville, Charleston.
LONDON HEATHROW: Miami*, New York JFK *, Washington Dulles*, Portland,Los Angeles A Madrid, Paris, Reykjavik* , Oslo, Stockholm, Rome*, Barcelona, Tallin, Moscow* , Amsterdam, Inbursick, Berlin, Kiev, Tokyo* Kuwait City, Dubai.
LOS ANGELES: Miami, Portland, Boise, Memphis, New York JFK, Orlando, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Seattle, Honolulu, Boston, San Francisco, Atlanta, Houston.
International: Sydney, Tokyo, London Heathrow, Mexico City, Singapore, Auckland.
Seasonal: Daily to Anchorage in summer. June 1st-August 18th
Guam: Portland, Rota, Saipan, Tokyo, Osaka, Honolulu, Marshall Island Int, Nagoya, Nadi ( Fiji)
And no I did not just write all this for this topic. I already have this all written down.
"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)
Garri767 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 8, posted (10 years 2 months 3 days 4 hours ago) and read 10954 times:
mine would have a fleet of 767's,777's,and ,787's it would fly mainly the usa to europe and have hubs in mco (orlando) atl (atlanta) lgw (london) and dub (dublin). it would have a livery with a star and a red circle on the tail, with blue, green,yellow,and orange colors tye-died (or at least look like it was). and most of all, it would have an all low fare cabin.
Centrair From Japan, joined Jan 2005, 3603 posts, RR: 20
Reply 11, posted (10 years 2 months 2 days 19 hours ago) and read 10936 times:
(Offical flower of Japan)
A fleet of 772ER, 772LR, 787s, and 757s
Based in Nagoya
Hubs in NGO, SEA, YUL, and CDG
Asia/Pacific: SGN, ICN, MNL, MEL, PPT, SYD, PVG, PEK, CAN, SIN, BKK, DPS, DEL, Nadi, AKL, PER, HNL, HKG
N America: YUL, YVR, MSP, SEA, ORD, MIA, JFK, BOS, DEN, SFO, MEX
S America: GRU, EZE
Europe: LHR, FRA, CDG, MAD, FCO
Africa & Middle east: JNB, CPT, Nairobi, DXB, Cairo
It would be high tech. Every seat would have the most advaced communications and entertainment systems.
Each seat would contain very similar functions no matter if you pay for first or economy. Economy would be all economy plus. Business would be layflat. First would consits of private cabins with a door, bed, desk, 26" TV
Join Skyteam to hit more of South America, Europe and North America
(Maybe we would have a special A389 that flies around the world like a cruise liner. It would have 24 fully loaded suite rooms (showers & Toilets) on the upper deck and rear main deck. On the main dek there would be a dinning area, entertainment lounge, classrooms/meeting rooms. Kitchen/galley would be in the lower hold.) If the 747ADV comes out... then we would go with that.
Yes...I am not a KIX fan. Let's Japanese Aviation!
ATAIndy From United States of America, joined May 2004, 635 posts, RR: 4
Reply 14, posted (10 years 2 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 10900 times:
"Pan-Am" style "APPLE AIR" down the side of the plane with a big red apple on the tail
IND would serve every major U.S. airport with "express" service to smaller airports. Int'l service would be to major european destinations.
Sec. hub: BOS, SEA
These airports would serve all of the destinations in there region and Int'l service depending on what coast of the U.S. the lie on.
Would be a mix LCC/Full service, with the higher service on flights of 3.5 hours or longer, almost completely the realm of the 757s and A330s... Maybe I'm not as ambitious with mine as the others, but I'm satisfied with it...
Gemuser From Australia, joined Nov 2003, 6082 posts, RR: 6
Reply 23, posted (10 years 1 month 2 weeks 5 days 21 hours ago) and read 10732 times:
TAA - Trans Asia Airlines
Based at Darwin, NT, Australia
Objective: Hub and spoke operation between Oz & NZ to the smaller destinations in Asia, out to about 3000nm (6 hours flying time, more or less). This makes the outer limits CMB, MAA, CCU, RGN, CAN, HKG, SHA, ICN, NRT & VVO. Maybe DRW-GUM-HNL.
Aircraft B757-200HGW with P&W engines (about 16F, 162Y seats), B737-700HGW(about 126 F & Y seats)
ANITIX87 From United States of America, joined Mar 2005, 3328 posts, RR: 12
Reply 24, posted (10 years 1 month 1 week 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 10631 times:
LIVERY: White fuselage with a red top starting halfway between the windows and the top of the aircraft, the red comes down right after the 1st door and hits the bottom of the fuselage right under the cockpit windows. ANITIX is written in big, red, slanted letters between the 1st and 2nd doors. The tail is red with a double wishbone design in white and the engines and winglets are red with the logo on them as well.
ADD'L HUBS: ORD, MIA, LAX, IAH, IAD
Boeing 772LR and 773ER
Airbus A345 and 346
A380 (just one)
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: It won't let me edit so I'll add it now. Additional International Destinations... AMS LGW FRA ARN CPH Dubai Bombay MEL SYD Singapore Tokyo Honk Kong M
: only requirement, 2ft by 1 ft windows! LOL and to fit those windows , u have to have really big space between rows
: WOW!!!!!!!!! That is a load of great airlines. I would be so nice if all the above mentioned airlines would be started!!!!! Regards, Adam
: My dream airline: AmeriCanadian Airlines, based in Washington, D.C. LOGO: Maple leaf (LIKE AC) w/American flag design inside the leaf HUBS: YYZ, DCA F
: Colour Airlines Domestic: Cape Town-Johannesburg, Durban, George, Kimberley, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth, East London Johannesburg-Durban, George, Ki
: I'd get a bunch of these and fly 'em to all the major international destinations... http://www.airliners.net/discussions/aviation_polls/read.main/2296