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User currently offlineAeroGlobeAir7 From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 586 posts, RR: 2
Posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 5 days 7 hours ago) and read 2394 times:



Hi everybody! I have been really interested to see how many of you will reply to the "build your own airline" subjects, and I enjoy reading about your fantasy airlines. I thought I'd start it up AGAIN to see some more ideas.......This time I'll let you have a little more fun, and make a slightly larger airline, maybe give us a little history for it. Here's my fantasy airline, my friend Ben (LY772) and his cousin started it, and brought me in, now Ben and his cousin have moved onto their own airlines, and I am it's CEO and chief pilot.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy Here it is!

--Aero Globe Airlines
--Headquarters: Kansas City, Kansas
--Major Hubs (US hubs, in order from largest to smallest):
Kansas City (732 daily flights, from 106 gates)
Los Angeles (345 daily departures from 35 gates)
Orlando (330 daily departures from 31 gates)
Washington DC-Dulles (289 daily departures from 23 gates)
Vancouver (125 daily departures from 13 gates)
San Juan (97 daily departures from 11 gates)
Paris-Charles DeGaulle (39 daily departures from 6 gates)
Rio De Janeiro Galeo (35 daily departures from 6 gates)
--Fleet:
Boeing 717-200: 36 in service
Boeing 737-200: 49 in service (43 with AG Express)
Boeing 737-300: 143 in service
Boeing 737-600: 20
Boeing 737-700: 100 (some with AG Pacifica, not listed)
Boeing 737-800: 60 (" ")
Boeing 737-900: 1
Boeing 747-400: 81 (some with AG PACIFICA)
Boeing 757-200: 55
Boeing 767-200: 10
Boeing 767-300: 30
Boeing 777-200: 65
McDonnell Douglas MD-80: 35
McDonnell Douglas MD-90: 55
McDonnell Douglas MD-11: 40 (some with AG PACIFICA)
--Aero Globe Cityjet Feeder Airlines:
Rocky Mountain Air-feeds hubs at COS and DEN
Trans Florida Airlines-hubs at MCO, TPA, and SRQ
Western Coastal-hubat LAX, SAN coming soon
Capital Airways-hub at IAD
Caribbeana Airlines-hub at SJU (San Juan), Kingston coming soon
--Subsidiaries:
Aero Globe Express (Western US low fare division)
Aero Globe PACIFICA (Pacific rim division, like CO MIKE)
Aero Globe World Cargo
--Subsidiary hubs:
AERO GLOBE EXPRESS-San Diego, Colorado Springs, Seattle/Tacoma
AERO GLOBE PACIFICA-Honolulu, Tokyo Narita, Sydney, Singapore
AERO GLOBE WORLDCARGO-Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York (JFK), Anchorage
--Alliance: Freedom Alliance
Easyjet
CROSSAIR
EVA Air
EgyptAir
TransBrasil
--Partners (outside of alliance):
Delta Airlines (major codeshare with Delta at ATL, CVG, JFK, SLC, and Delta codeshare with AGA at MCI, MCO, IAD, and LAX)
Air Tahiti Nui
Air Jamaica
AeroMexico
Air France
Qantas
Japan Air System
South African Airways
Singapore Airlines
--Worldwide destinations: 397
--Daily worldwide flights: 3,963
--Employees: 102,000
--Passengers carried in 2000: 101,000,000

Andrew
AeroGlobeAir7
BABY BOEINGS ALL THE WAY!!!
FLY DELTA JETS!













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User currently offlineContinental From United States of America, joined Jun 2000, 5507 posts, RR: 18
Reply 1, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 5 days 7 hours ago) and read 2237 times:

Wow, I'm suprised an airline would be that large with a main hub in Kansas City!  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

User currently offlineEGGD From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2001, 12443 posts, RR: 35
Reply 2, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 2232 times:

DanAir (whoo!!)
Headquarters: Bristol, UK
Base: BRS
Longhaul Hub: LGW
Secondary Hub: MAN
Fleet

Dash 8-300 (16) - at BRS
Fokker 70 (35) - at BRS
Fokker 50 (22) - at BRS
Airbus A319-100 (42) - at BRS
Airbus A320-200 (29) - at BRS (12), at LGW (6), at MAN (11)
Boeing 757-200 (35) - at BRS (22), at MAN (13)
Airbus A330-300 (10) - at LGW
Boeing B747-400 (113) - at LGW (87), at MAN (26)

Total aircraft in fleet=302

Destinations:

Europe:-
AMS, BRU, BHX, NCL, CPH, NCE, CDG, FRA, TLS, AGP, PMI, PLP, LPA, MXP, MAD, MUC, FAO, OSL, ARN, LHR, EDI, VIE, ZRH, ATH, RHO, TRN, LYN.

North America:-
YYC, YYZ, YUL, YQB, JFK, SFO, LAX, MIA, FLL, BOS, SEA, PVD, DTW, PHX, LGA, ORD, JAX, LAS, ATL, IAD, DEN, IAH, SAN,

South America:-

GIG, GRU, BUE

Africa:-

CPT, DUR, MIR, TUN, RAK, CAI

Asia:-

DXB, AUH, SIN, BKK, HKG, NRT, PEK, TPE, DEL, KUL, BOM

Australia:-

SYD, PER, CNS, MEL

Destinations: Lots

Alliances: None

Codeshares: None

Passengers for last year: 63,000,000
The worlds favourite airline!

Employees: 62,000

CEO's: 1


Cheers

Dan


User currently offlineDasa From East Timor, joined Aug 2001, 760 posts, RR: 6
Reply 3, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 2206 times:

Airline name: World International

Main Hub: MEL
Secondary Hubs: CCU, DXB, JFK

Fleet:
B747-400 | 72
B777-200 | 32
A340-600 | 24
A330-200 | 24
B737-800 | 66

Destinations Served:
ASIA
CCU, DEL, BOM, SIN, BKK, DXB, NRT, KIX, AUH, AMD, LKO, MAA, BLR, PEK, BWN, KUL, DAC, IST, TLV, LHE, ISB, KHI, KTM, RGN, CGK, DPS, TRV, TPE, YYC

NORTH AMERICA
JFK, LAX, IAD, MCO, DEN, DFW, SFO, MIA, ORD, YVR, YYZ, YUL, HNL, ANC, LAS

EUROPE
AMS, CDG, LHR, FRA, MUC, FCO, MAD, SVO, CPH, OSL, MAN, BRU, MXP, ZRH, ATH

SOUTH AMERICA
GIG, EZE, MEX, GRU, BOG, SCL, MVD

OCEANIA
MEL, SYD, BNE, PER, ADL, HBA, CBR, DRW, CNS, AKL, WLG, CHC

AFRICA
JNB, CAI, CPT, DUR, LOS, HRE



94 Destinations
Part of Star Alliance:-
Singapore, United, SAS, Varig, Tyrolean, British Midland, Ansett Australia, Air New Zealand, Thai International, ANA, Air Canada, Austrian, Lufthansa, Mexicana, Lauda
AND............ World International


42,000,000 Passengers for Last Year
48,000 Employees





User currently offlineDatamanA340 From South Korea, joined Dec 2000, 547 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 5 days 4 hours ago) and read 2187 times:

AeroGlobeAir7:

I don't think you need such a extensive partnership.  Smile


User currently offlineAio86 From United States of America, joined Sep 2000, 928 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 2197 times:

Ok here goes Mundo Air:

Headquartered in New Orleans with smaller hubs in Boston, Rio de Janiero, Manchester and Nagoya.

Mundo Air: serving all trancontinental flights (and those from Japan to India and the UAE)

Subsideries:

Mundo Air Asia: All Domestic Japanese flights and those to all cities in Asia served from Nagoya + NGO-CNS-SYD.

Mundo Air Brasil: All Domestic Brazilian flights, and those to other destinations in South America, from Rio de Janiero

Mundo Air Europe: All Domestic UK flights and those to other cities in Europe from Manchester.


Mundo Air (no suffix) with a fleet of:
32 A319s
35 A320s
9 A321s
11 ERJ-170s
16 ERJ-190s
17 767-300ERs
3 767-400s
11 777-200ERs

From MSY to:
ATL, MCO, FLL, TPA, MIA, CHS,RDU, DCA, BWI, LGA, EWR, PHL, PIT,BOS, BMA, CVG, CLE, ORD, DTW,STL, DFW,IAH, AUS, PHX, LAS, DEN, SLC, SAN, LAX, SJC, SFO, SEA, YVR, YYZ, YUL, CUN, MEX, GDL, NAS, SJU, MBY, AUA, GUA, SJO, BZE,BOG, CCS, UIO, GYE, LIM, SCL, EZE,GRU, GIG, MAN, CDG, MAD, FRA, MXP.

From BOS:
PWM, PVD, ALB, LGA, EWR, PHL, PIT, BWI, DCA, RDU, CHS, FLL, MCO, ATL,CLE, CMH, IND, CVG, DTW, ORD, MKE, STL, MSP, DEn, LAX, SAN, SFO, SEA, HNL,YYZ, TUL, YYC/YVR, NAS, MBY, CUN, MEX, GIG, MAN, CPH, DUB/ARN, CDG, FRA/MUC, MXP/FCO, NGO, SEL

Mundo Brasil:

7 ERJ-170
13 ERJ-190

From GIG:
CGH (If it's legal, if not GRU), POA, CWB, IGU, BSB, SSA,REC, BEL, MAO, MVD, EZE, ASU, SCL, VVI, LPB, MAN, CDG

Mundo Europe:

15 ERJ-170
6 ERJ-190

From MAN:
LCY, JER, LBA, GLA, BFS, DUB, SNN, NCE, PMI, BRU, AMS, CPH, DUS, TXL, PRG, LAX, SFO, IAD, MIA, MBJ, CAI, TLV, DXB, BOM, NGO

Mundo Asia:

15 A321
8 767-300

From NGO:
ITM, HND, FKK, CTS, HIJ, MYJ, ICN, PEK, PVG, CAN, HKG/DPS, BKK, SIN/CGK, KUL, CNS/SYD, MNL, CCU/BOM, KTM/DEL, DXB

Part of Sky Team alliance. So Africa is covered by Air France and Alitalia pretty good coverege of the area. Eastern Europe is set by connections in Prague. Good connections to the Carribean and regional destinations in the US by Delta. Good connections to Korea and Asia (mainly China) that we don't offer. Aeromexico is good being one of the only other international carriers at MSY, and with lots of flights from MEX, GDL and CUN.


Also: Air New Zealand. They fly to NGO and give us great connections to the South Pacific. Plus, if Qantas doesn't mess with them, Ansett for our Australian segments. Emirates for connections to other places in the Middle East from Cairo and Dubai. Lapa for connections in Argentina. Lan Chile for flights within South America. Tunis Air for flights to Northern Africa.

No pax or revenue #s, this is just a dream, not a reality, I know most of it couldn't/wouldn't happen but oh well.


Hope you've enjoyed. BTW the Embrear ERJ 170 and 190 are supposed to come out in 2002 so this airline is a couple years in the future.

Bye. Cheers. Tchau. Sionara.

-aio86


User currently offlineUS330 From United States of America, joined Aug 2000, 3866 posts, RR: 14
Reply 6, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 2147 times:

Andrew, I have heard of wishful thinking, but that defies all odds

User currently offlineAeroGlobeAir7 From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 586 posts, RR: 2
Reply 7, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 2129 times:

How's that? If United were headquartered here no-one would question what I have written. It's simply that you east and west coast "folks" think that Chicago is the only large city in the midwest, and everyone else lives on farms. St. Louis, Kansas City, and Cleveland are all located in the midwest, and none of which are small. With the proper feed, a Kansas City hub would be feasible (however that's spelled :-P), the other airlines that have tried just haven't done it right. And what makes an airline such as Aero Globe against all odds? No different than many of the other large airlines today, stablemate narrowbody (737) with a few other types to help out (MD-80, MD-90, 717, 757), and a staple widebody for international flights (777, 747, 767, and MD-11). We have an alliance, a feeder network, and a cargo network. Which is not at all unusual. We have hubs at important destinations in all corners of the US, as well as a few other "hubs" in other countries. Not unusual at all. (Hence United, and Northwest's "hub" at Tokyo Narita, and Northwests "hub" at Amsterdam). How that can be "against all odds" is past me. We also have a history, going 53 years back. So it's not like some people do, where they make a fantasy airline that suddenly pops up with a huge fleet of 777-300s serving the PHL market on domestic and international flights. I'm sorry to sound rude, or disrespectful, but it's not that far fetched. It just isn't real, and that is not something that some of you on here can deal with. I structure Aero Globe as close to other Major airlines as I can, and I have made it more and more realistic as I've learned more about airline operations (we used to have like 23 hubs, and operate an ungodly fleet of ancient 707s, 727s, DC-9s, 747 classics, as well as more modern aircraft). It's actually very well structured, if you look at things from a certain perspective. Compare AGA to AA. You'll discover, that we're not much different from AA, despite the larger fleet, more flights, and a few more hubs.

Andrew
AeroGlobeAir7
BABY BOEINGS ALL THE WAY!!!
FLY DELTA JETS!


User currently offlineClassic707 From United States of America, joined Nov 1999, 548 posts, RR: 13
Reply 8, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 2110 times:

TransNational airlines was started as a premium service airline in 1961 based out of San Antonio, Texas with a fleet of 10 Boeing 707-126s (I use 026 since no one seems to know who it belongs to) by 1970, TransNational had grown to a fleet of 150 aircraft incuding 10 707-126, 30 707-326s 20 707-426s and 90 727-226s. TransNational also had a new hub in Miniappolis. In 1980 Trans National was one of the top five airlines in the United States. By now the 707s we almost gone, a fleet of 200 727-226s took their place and the Airbus A300 (40) and Lockheed L-1011 (25) TriStar was being used for most long haul flights. By 1990, the L-1011s were gone, and the A300s were on their way out and the 767 was on its way in, as well as 757 on longer domestic routes. In 2000, most of the A300s and 727s were gone, replaced by the 777/767 and the 737-700/-800. TransNational now has hubs in Boston and San Fransisco. TransNational Now has one of the most extensive domestic and international networks in the world and has the best service record in the US. 98% of TransNational's flights are on time, and it has been 21 months since anyone luggage was lost. All flights still get hot meals even in coach, and it is still served in china, with linnen and silver.

Fleet
727-226 63 To be retired by 2003
737-726 80 +250
737-826 110 +120
757-226 130 +40
767-226 25
767-326 40 +30
777-226 60 +60
A300 18 To be retired by 2002

TransNational: Airline to the World


User currently offlineUs330 From United States of America, joined Aug 2000, 3866 posts, RR: 14
Reply 9, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 2105 times:

Side note: this belongs in the aviation hobby forum.

User currently offlineUs330 From United States of America, joined Aug 2000, 3866 posts, RR: 14
Reply 10, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 2100 times:

I am not from the east nor west coast. I am from Dallas. I think I know a little about the midwest. Kansas City couldn't serve as a large scale hub operation like yours (700+daily flights) because of its relatively small base population. Look at all the other hubs in the midwest and their catchment area.
Maybe 250 daily flights, but that is pushing it. That is the one problem with kids like you on these forums. They are so self absorbed with their hometown that they can't see the facts for what they are.


User currently offlineAmerica West From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 2074 times:

That is the one problem with kids like you on these forums. They are so self absorbed with their hometown...

What's wrong with with wanting a little more for your airport? I like where I live. It might be a place that you haven't ever heard of before, but it is in the Midwest and it is an America West Airlines hub, and I certainly wouldn't mind seeing it become a little more than that one day.




User currently offlineN863DA From United States of America, joined Sep 2004, 48 posts, RR: 6
Reply 12, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 2073 times:

Just one point... Kansas City is in Missouri...

(Apologies if soemone already pointed that out.)

FLY DELTA JETS and sail UNITED STATES LINES



N 8 6 3 D A


User currently offlineBH346 From United States of America, joined Jan 2000, 3265 posts, RR: 14
Reply 13, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 2070 times:

Pacific Global Airways
Headquarters/Main Hub:Seattle, Washington(SEA)
Hubs:SEA,MEM,TPA,BOS
Fleet:
717
A319
A320
A321
767-200ER/300ER/400LR
777-200
A340
747-400

From SEA to:
Juneau, Anchorage, Los Angeles, Memphis, New York, Wichita, Honolulu, Vancouver, Tokyo, Osaka, Okinawa(Via Los Angeles), Las Vegas, San Francisco, Denver, San Diego, Washington DC, Kansas City, Houston, Dallas, New Orleans, Tampa, Orlando, Miami.

From MEM to:
Seattle, Wichita, St. Louis, Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Tampa, Fort Myers, Sarasota, Pensacola, Albequerqe, Seattle, Boston, Houston, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Little Rock, Springfield(Missouri), Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus

From Tampa to:
Cancun, Cozumel, Memphis, Boston, Seattle, San Juan, St. Maarten, Bonaire, Caracas, Nassau

From Boston to:
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinatti, Detroit, New York, Washington, Raleigh, Baltimore, Tampa, Seattle, Memphis, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, Pitsburg, Philadelphia, London, Paris, Madrid, Zurich, Copenhagen, Moscow, Tokyo, Bermuda, Milan, Rome, Vienna

Subsidaries:

Kansas National Airlines(KNA)

Hub/Headquarters:Wichita, Kansas

Fleet:
CRJ440
CRJ200
CRJ700

From Wichita to:
Kansas City(Prarie Shuttle)
Orlando Sanford
Seattle
Memphis
Atlanta
Las Vegas
Dallas

Vacation Express
Headquarters:Orlando
Hubs:Orlando, Tampa, Las Vegas
Fleet:A320

From Orlando to:
Atlanta, Boston, Las Vegas, Kansas City, Cleveland, Chicago Midway

From Las Vegas to:
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Kansas City, Seattle, San Diego, Chicago Midway

From Tampa to:
Atlanta, Kansas City, Chicago Midway, Newark

BH346



Northwest Airlines - Some People Just Know How to Fly
User currently offlineIndianicWorld From Australia, joined Jun 2001, 2916 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 3 days 5 hours ago) and read 2051 times:

Airline name: Jet Pacifica International

Airline base: MEL, Aust ( abit of healthy competition for World International )

Airline status: Charter & scheduled

Desinations:
S- Santiago 5 X W
S- Auckland 3 X daily 21 X W
C- Hamilton, NZ
C- Cape Town ( trans Antarctic flight )
S- Kuala Lumpur 5 x W
S- Tokyo 7 X W
C- Nagoya
C- Osaka
C- Phuket
S- Seattle / PDX 5 X W
C- Calgary
S- Port Moresby 5 X W
S- Singapore 6 X W
S- Munich 4 X W
S- Luxemberg 2 X W
S- Stockholm 4 X W

Regular other charters to other desinations will occur as the airline grows, but unlike World International, it will start small and build up numbers.

Fleet

A340-600 X 3
-500 X 3
A330-300 X 2
-200 X 3
A320-200 X 4

If An airline like this did occur, it would certainly work here in MEL, as we are lacking charter or even some scheduled destination choices that should be available.



User currently offlineAeroGlobeAir7 From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 586 posts, RR: 2
Reply 15, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 2029 times:

N863DA,

Yes, Kansas City, Missouri is in Missouri. But there's also Kansas City, Kansas. As well as many suburbs on the MO and KS side. I live in one of the KS side suburbs, but I do not care to mention it's name, so I didn't want to mention it as the actual headquarters city.

US330,

Numero uno, I may be young, but I refuse to be called a kid. I am more mature than 95% of 14-15 year old males, and I'd bet money on it. I am very polite, respect my elders, respect girls (waiting 'till marriage until I have sex for one example), and I try not to ever use horrid language. I'll admit it, I do sometimes, but generally I do not. I've got goals in my life, I'm not going to do drugs ever, drink alcohol, or have sex underage. Unfortunately so, I know some real kids my age who don't know how to do any of the above.
Secondly, I am very realistic, I try very hard to be. First of all, this is a theoretical question that I asked. I know that Kansas City wouldn't be able to support 700+ daily flights by a single airline, at least not at the moment. Sometime in the future it may. I'm also very proud to be a Kansas Citian. The saying "Don't mess with Texas" has no meaning to me. Kansas City is certainly one of, if not the most beautiful city in the country. We're very clean, (even our "ghetto" is cleaner than most other large city's "ghetto"). Besides that, we also know a thing or two about hospitality. The food here is unbeatable, no steakhouse in the country could out do the Hereford House, or Plaza III. Both of which are found ONLY in Kansas City and it's suburbs. Our BBQ is unbeatable as well. I laugh at the thought of a New York BBQ cookoff, and despite some of the rumors that have managed to get around a bit, Texas does not "really know how to barbeque", well, maybe they do, and it may be good, but not as good as KC BBQ!!!! That's all I've got to say. I'm sorry if I sound rude, or disrespectful, but I felt challenged, and ended up on the defensive. I don't like feeling like I'm being backed into a corner, and as stupid as it may sound, if I feel as though I have, I'll come out fighting. The bottom line is, respect me and my dreams, and I'll respect you and yours. Once again, I'm sorry if I sounded disrespectful, or rude, but I felt challenged by you. Thanks for your time. Happy flying!

Andrew
AeroGlobeAir7
BABY BOEINGS ALL THE WAY!!!
FLY DELTA JETS!
NOTHING GREATER THAN RAIDER FOOTBALL! (SMSouth Highschool Raider football that is, not Oakland)


User currently offlineLY772 From Israel, joined Aug 2001, 1340 posts, RR: 2
Reply 16, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 23 hours ago) and read 2010 times:

I've known AeroGlobeAir7 all my life and he's my best friend. And he really does respect girls, and he knows what's good and bad for him. He also knows what he wants to do in life, and how to get there. Andy is a freak...a freak about airplanes and that's all right. Now, if you don't mind, I have to juggle keeping friends, staying in touch with family, school and also be prepared to fight off Palestinians. (No offense, you want your land, take it, just don't expect me to get off of my land for you)

User currently offlineUs330 From United States of America, joined Aug 2000, 3866 posts, RR: 14
Reply 17, posted (12 years 11 months 1 week 17 hours ago) and read 1996 times:

Did you ever hear me say something about don't mess with Texas? I will be the first to admit how I hate the city and the state.
Look, I could get into an argument with you about Kansas City, but it really doesn't belong here, nor does this topic which I still firmly believe belongs in the Aviation Hobby section. Virtual Airlines don't belong in the Civil Av forum. Just read the descriptions.


User currently offlineGKirk From UK - Scotland, joined Jun 2000, 24909 posts, RR: 56
Reply 18, posted (12 years 11 months 6 days 14 hours ago) and read 1982 times:

Lets see
Kirk Airways
Main Base: Newcastle
2nd base: Manchester
Fleet:
5 A319-100 all 126cy
4 A320-200 all 147cy
3 A330-200 2 in 265cy, 1 in 350Y
6 DH8-300 all 50y
2 DH8-400 all 70y
3 CRJ-200LR all 49y

Routes:
NCL-CDG 319 Daily x 3
NCL-BCN 319 Daily x 2
NCL-AMS 319 Daily x 3
NCL-SVG 319 Daily x 3
MAN-CDG 319 Daily x 3
MAN-AMS 319 Daily x 3
NCL-MAD 320 Daily x 2
NCL-ATH 320 Daily x 1
NCL-IST 320 Daily x 1
NCL-ZRH 320 Daily x 2
MAN-ZRH 320 Daily x 2
NCL-JFK 332 Daily x 1 (2class)
NCL-MCO 332 weekly x 3 (1 class)
NCL-PMI 332 Weekly x 1 (1 class)
MAN-JFK 332 Daily x 1 (2 class)
MAN-MCO 332 weekly x 3 (1 class)
NCL-MAN DH3 Daily x 5
NCL-BHX DH3 Daily x 4
NCL-BRS DH3 Daily x 4
NCL-SOU DH3 Daily x 4
NCL-LCY DH3 Daily x 4
MAN-LCY DH3 Daily x 4
NCL-STN DH4 Daily x 4
NCL-ABZ DH4 Daily x 4
NCL-DUB CRJ Daily x 4
NCL-FRA CRJ Daily x 3
NCL-CPH CRJ Daily x 3




When you hear the noise of the Tartan Army Boys, we'll be coming down the road!
User currently offlineFanofjets From United States of America, joined Apr 2000, 1963 posts, RR: 3
Reply 19, posted (12 years 11 months 6 days 13 hours ago) and read 1970 times:

I'm a 40-something, but as a kid at heart (six on a good day...) I always enjoy imagining, and one of my favorite lands of make-believe is airliners. Fantasy is just that - it does not have to reflect the realities of the "real world." I loved seeing those Airbus A380s in Southwest colors earlier this year. Play is healthy. Imagination (as long as it is nonviolent) is healthy. Which is why I spend so much time at Airliners.net.

Daniel



The aeroplane has unveiled for us the true face of the earth. -Antoine de Saint-Exupery
User currently offlineEGGD From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2001, 12443 posts, RR: 35
Reply 20, posted (12 years 11 months 6 days 13 hours ago) and read 1971 times:

I am more mature than 95% of 14-15 year old males, and I'd bet money on it

Guess i am in the top 5%  Big grin

Graham why the hell have you got a DHC8-300 flying to BRS? Load factors dude!!! Its gotta be a 737 at least, i'll tell you what, we'll do frequency. I got 2 757's hanging around at BRS, i can do 2x flights daily, you get ure ass going for 2 flights daily, with the A320.

So there  Big grin

Cheers

Dan


User currently offlineIainhol From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (12 years 11 months 6 days 13 hours ago) and read 1969 times:

I would go for complete market domination, and by all the aircrafts from hang-gliders to 747 concordes, 380 orders, large russian cargo planes, and space ships. I would fly them everywhere people wanted to go with the hub being on the white house lawn. I will call my airline Were up in air!
This is a silly game!
Iain


User currently offlineGKirk From UK - Scotland, joined Jun 2000, 24909 posts, RR: 56
Reply 22, posted (12 years 11 months 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 1950 times:

Nope, not enough space at BRS for a/c larger than a DH8!  Laugh out loud
Seriously, you can operate the 757 into NCL if you want but I will keep the DH8 to BRS for just now. Maybe increase freq to 6 daily with mix of DH3 and CRJ.



When you hear the noise of the Tartan Army Boys, we'll be coming down the road!
User currently offline777-200LRpilot From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (12 years 11 months 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 1946 times:

Keep this post warm for me, I'm going to post my airline which I've been thinking about for years!!!

User currently offlineGreg From United Kingdom, joined May 2005, 0 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (12 years 11 months 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 1943 times:

I'm sorry that the ugly kids still have to wait till marriage to get laid--I thought we were a more progressive society. But what does a comment on your virginity have to do with aviation?

OK, I'm just causing trouble.

Can we get this thread moved?


25 AIRNZ_747-800 : Here's my fantasy airline: It's called Oceanair, and I am the owner, president and CEO. We have hubs in Christchurch and Auckland in New Zealand. Sydn
26 JetRanger2000 : Cascade Airways: Aircraft feature all coach Main hub: PDX Aircraft: Boeing 757 for transcon routes, Boeing 777-300 on PDX-JFK route with continuing se
27 Airbus_330_340 : Coast Airways Hubs = Lax, DTW, EWR Fleet: Airbus A340-600 27 in Service (used on HNL Runs and LAX-PPT, LAX-OSA, Lax-europe and EWR-Asia) Airbus A340-5
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