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Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Fri Jan 08, 2010 5:01 am

As continued from part 6:
Facebook Airline Manager Part 6 (by MCOflyer Dec 20 2009 in Non Aviation)

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Fri Jan 08, 2010 7:02 pm

HIA announces great reliability with A321/A330 and A340 fleet. Overall they are good fleet planes and reliable ones too. Our A330/A340 series fleet numbers 15 A333's, 2 A332's and 2 A340 series. The next two a/c deliveries will be a 343E destined to go onto the lucrative ORD-PPG route replacing our oldest 762ER that will be used to open a new route and a 333IGW replacing a 762ER on the NRT-AUK route.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Fri Jan 08, 2010 8:03 pm

Update: Albuquerque Airlines

Account: $74,279,952

Company Value: $107,348,854

Fuel: 48,560,969 Lbs

Fleet: 44

Routes: 44

Stock Rate: $10.73

Boeing 737-800:
ABQ-JFK, SJU, MIA, YYZ, SJO

Total: 5

Boeing 747-400:
ABQ-JNB, LHR

Total: 2

Boeing 767-200:
ABQ-HNL, CCS, BOG, ANC, IAD

Total: 5

Boeing 767-200ER:
ABQ-LIM, PEK, TLV, FRA, AMS, AKL, AMM, CAI, NRT, CDG, GIG, PVG, FCO, GRU, EZE, MAD

Total: 16

Boeing 787-8:
ABQ-DXB, SIN, CPT, SYD, BNE, MEL, BLR, BKK

Total: 8

Embraer E-190:
ABQ-CUN, MEX, YVR, YEG, SEA, YYC, ACA, ORD

Total: 8
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Fri Jan 08, 2010 9:17 pm

Just got the first A380. $5M profit on a route, nice.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 12:57 am

ANITIX AIRLINES Update:

Current Fleet and Routes:
2x Embraer E190
ZRH-ATH
ZRH-LHR

5x ATR-72-500
ZRH-EIN
ZRH-BRU
ZRH-LYS
ZRH-PRG
ZRH-MXP

Somebody dumped a lot of stock in my company. So it's cheap and plentiful!!!

Would love some investors!

Next plans are to buy keep flying routes until I can afford another E190 and then start flights to ARN or SKG, whichever has higher demand!!

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 1:39 am



Quoting ANITIX87 (Reply 4):
Would love some investors!

Well I would invest, but when I do a search for your airline it comes up with nothing.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 1:55 am



Quoting BTVB6Flyer (Reply 5):
Well I would invest, but when I do a search for your airline it comes up with nothing.

Really? If you just type "ANITIX" and search?

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 1:59 am



Quoting ANITIX87 (Reply 6):
Really? If you just type "ANITIX" and search?

ANITIX does not come up for be either, how old is your airline?, it takes a bit for an airline to become searchable (sp)

A work around is to buy a share in BTVB6Flyer's airline, then BTVB6Flyer can find your airline in his stock list

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 2:02 am

AM is having some serious issues again tonite.

From the start flight page, I'm receiving this message with every flight I try to launch.

"Warning: mysql_query(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /var/www/am/functions.inc.php on line 908"

It's been going on for the past hour or two, and the meals are being sold but the total meals left to sell remains the exact same. Also, flight analysis seems to have lost data from the botched last maintenance a few nights ago.

It's a free game, but WTF????
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 2:10 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 8):
"Warning: mysql_query(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL-Link resource in /var/www/am/functions.inc.php on line 908"

It's been going on for the past hour or two, and the meals are being sold but the total meals left to sell remains the exact same. Also, flight analysis seems to have lost data from the botched last maintenance a few nights ago.

I was getting that error message earlier this evening (2 hours ago), but now it seems to be working fine. Also my meal total is working as well. Very odd.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 2:14 am

I'm looking for some investors in FlyAwesome Airlines. Currently operating a fleet of 49 AC consisting of 32x A321 15x 787-8 and 2x 777-200. We are persuing an acquisition program to increase our 777 fleet which will be utilised on high demand and trunk routes.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 2:14 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 8):



Quoting BTVB6Flyer (Reply 9):

I haven't had any problems with it. But it could be due to the meal service being added on. I've stopped bothering with catering option as the profits are really negligible and it has no effects on pax points or reputation.

FWIW I did notice taht the game has been smoother without a catering contract.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 2:24 am

I just found this yesterday and am hooked. BN Dan Airlines is adding aircraft and routes daily. Stocks are currently $.10 a share and all investers are welcome.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 5:52 am

Update on SEVA Airlines:

Account: $1,241,605,142
Company Value: $719,695,505
Fleet: 233
Routes: 233
Fuel: 950,584,085 Lbs
Total Flights: 24,078
Pax of all Time: 3740098
Reputation: 100.%
Rank: 13,884
Stock Rate: 72.13

Fleet:
61 X B737-700 CFM
41 X B737-900 CFM
16 X A321 IAE
19 X B757-300 RR
61 X B787-8 RR
31 X A330-300 RR
4 X B747-400 RR



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There are approximately 180,000 shares available for purchase. You may have to type "SEVA Airlines" in the search box to pull it up.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 6:07 am

mPod Airlines is proud to announce continued expansion!

A new focus city has been established in Sydney Australia with flights to:

Adelaide, Auckland, Beijing, Manila, Perth, Port Moresby, Seoul, Tokyo and Wellington.

Service on these routes is on our popular Boeing 767-200ER aircraft for the long haul flights and our Embraer ERJ-190 aircraft for the Aussie and New Zealand flights.

We've continuing our European expansion with new service to Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt and Lisbon.

We've recently made the difficult decision to say goodbye to our Boeing 737-700ER aircraft. These aircraft served us well when introducing new routes but time has come to upgrade to the 767.

Fleet as of tonight:
1 Boeing 737-700ER (will retire when it completes its last flight KIN-FAI)
8 Boeing 737-800
10 Boeing 737-900ER
30 Bombardier DHC-8-Q400
45 Embraer ERJ-190-100AR
46 Boeing 767-200ER
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:49 am

Eurowind is pleased to announce we have again averted a strike by reaching an agreement with the unions. Our mechanics now earn $1000 and cabin crew $800. Cleaning personell remain unchanged at $600.

Just don't tell our pilots, who still earn $700.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 10:10 am

HIA is pleased to announce the fleet simplification process by making all domestic flights A321-200's powered by IAE 2500-A5 engines. Also, A321's will replace 752's on domestic trunk load routes freeing 757's for trans-atlantic routes. In addition, HIA also announces service to Balti flown by A333. HIA's A330 series is powered by RR Trents for reliability, fleet commonality and fuel economy.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 10:19 am

I have 124 million in my account. I'd like to buy planes, but I don't know which ones. I have A330s, B777s and B787s. Which ones would be best?

[Edited 2010-01-09 02:20:15]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sat Jan 09, 2010 7:27 pm

Just found out something I don't like-you can't have more than 400 routes?? WTF? No way around that? They really need to let you have more routes. I have more expanding I want to do!!!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 3:07 am



Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 17):

I like the A340/A330 combo. I am replacing most of 762ER's with the A333 on routes up to its range; 10,000km. I have the A332 for niche routes and the A343E (CFM 5C4P engines) for long haul routes. Better than the 762ER and 763ER in my opinion.

HIA announces service to HAN via ORD on A343E equipment. HIA also announces ORD-SFB will be replaced by a A321-200 and that a/c will go to our AVL base to support our new Aussie focus city.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 5:58 am

Thought I would do a fleet update!

I just finished my 737-500 phase out and upgraded to the 737-800. It was really amazing because I bought 35 737-800 in the span of 24 hours. All this added up to 21 new 738 routes (7 more routes than I had initially planned). I also added 5 new international routes including Chicago-Frankfurt: 772
Chicago-Paris: A333
Dallas-Frankfurt: 772
Dallas-Paris: 772
New York-Bermuda: 753

As of Saturday:
7 ERJ 190-200: Short haul connection
35 737-800: Short to medium haul
30 757-300: Medium to long haul
18 A330-300: Long haul (Atlantic to Europe and South America)
10 777-200: Long haul (Pacific and Europe)
5 747-400: Long haul (Southeast Asia and Australia from SFO Hub)

As of now I plan to continue adding more short haul 738 routes as well as medium routes to South America with the 757-300 from Miami.

I also plan to continue expanding to Europe from the mainland.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 7:53 am



Quoting Falcon84 (Reply 18):
Just found out something I don't like-you can't have more than 400 routes?? WTF? No way around that? They really need to let you have more routes. I have more expanding I want to do!!!

Are you sure on this? as there is an achievement for 500 aircraft in your fleet, unless this allows for duplicated routes

If true I do hope they change this

Anyway just to give you an update on HANCOX Airlines, we have massively expanded our fleet in the last 2 days given the fact that we reached our previously posted goal of $1bn cash, so with all that cash burning a hole in my pocket it went out and purchased

2 - A388
25 - B788
30 - B73G (Fleet now 110 frames strong)

With the addition of the 30 73G's into the group fleet we have opened up a new hub offering domestic services to Australian destinations.

On a corporate governance and responsibility note we have taken the decision that we shall ensure that we have at least $100mi at all times to cover emergency purchases of fuel and advertising when opportunities arise rather than constant spending on expansion.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 8:19 am

I'd like to invite potential investers to NQ Airlines connecting the Tropics to Australia and the World. Based in Townsville our initial focus will be to acquire second hand affordable Fokker aircraft to build our network across North Queensland. Earlier today the inaugurated Fokker 100 Fanjet services from Townsville to Brisbane, Cairns and Darwin and Fokker F27 Turbodart services from Townsville to Mackay, Rockhampton and Mount Isa.

Fleet/Routes

3 Fokker 100 TSV-BNE/CNS/DRW
3 Fokker F27 Mk.400 TSV-MKY/ROK/ISA
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:57 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 19):
I like the A340/A330 combo. I am replacing most of 762ER's with the A333 on routes up to its range; 10,000km. I have the A332 for niche routes and the A343E (CFM 5C4P engines) for long haul routes. Better than the 762ER and 763ER in my opinion.

Alright, thanks MCO! I'm getting close to $200 million now. Should I wait to buy the A380?

Otherwise I'll buy some A330s on Monday, when advertising is cheap  Wink
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 2:16 pm



Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 23):

Up too you my friend. I bought a 744ER for my ORD-AVV route and it brings in 3 million plus.

Quoting Vhqpa (Reply 22):

Buy one stock of my airline so I can invest in yours. Your name is not coming up when I search for your airline. Mine is Hornet International Airlines.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 2:54 pm



Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 23):
Alright, thanks MCO! I'm getting close to $200 million now. Should I wait to buy the A380?

There are a few things to consider when deciding on your possible fleet additions

With my A380s I have been able to average about $5.5 million net per flight 21 hour flight. While when trying out the A340-300 on assorted long haul flights I topped out at approx' $2.21 million on a 15.7 hour flight.

The A343 uses 18 lb/km while the A380 uses 19lb/km so per passenger the A380 is a bit more frugal.

Of course you can purchase nearly four A343s for the cost of one A380 and better the A380s daily net profits.

There is no correct answer to your question as the answer depends on how you want to manage your fleet. If you want to make your money on fewer flights per day (with lower fuel, crew, airport fee and route fees from running one aircraft vs 3 or four to earn the same $) go with the A380.

If you have the time and energy to do a bit more work to maximize your fleet utilization then perhaps the A343 might be a better fit for you as you can make a bit more cash to build your cash on hand. Then when you have enough cash on hand you can buy a A380 without completely draining your funds and see how it fits your business model

Right now I am going to be adding a new A380 approximately every 2+3 days until net profits profits allows the A380 additions to be made every other day. The only limit I have placed on any future additions is that any fleet additions can not take the cash on hand total to less than $1 Billion.

Sorry to babble but as I said before there is no correct answer to your question as the answer depends on your business model and personal preferences

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 4:05 pm

An update from Ekva Airlines (as of 100110 1640 CET)

Account: $145.518.954
Company Value: $489.123.713
Fleet: 151
Routes: 151
Fuel: 627.229.158 Lbs
Total Flights: 5.458
Pax of all Time: 1.068.252
Reputation: 100.%
Rank: 18.193
Stock Rate: $48.91

We've grown rapidly since our last update. The hub has moved from Minneapolis/ST. Paul to Stockholm-Arlanda, Sweden. Smaller hubs can also be found in Gothenburg, Sweden and Auckland, New Zealand.

There are still stock available!


Fleet:

  • 21 X A319-200
  • Nordic region and Auckland to Australia

  • 33 X A321-200
  • Continental Europe, Central Asia, Northern Africa, Greenland and Canada

  • 10 X A340-200
  • South America and Australia

  • 13 X A330-300
  • North America

  • 1 X A380-800
  • Stockholm - Wellington

  • 10 X B757-200
  • Gothenburg to the US and Stockholm to Siberia

  • 6 X B747-400
  • Australia, New Zealand and California

  • 57 X B787-8
  • Far East, South East Asia, Australia and Pacific Islands. Auckland to the US and Siberia.



Route Map

[Edited 2010-01-10 08:09:26]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 4:28 pm



Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 25):

Thanks a lot! I'll wait to buy the A380, then. At the moment, it might be best for me to open 4 or 5 routes than just one.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 4:54 pm

Slapper Airlines has been struggling the last couple of days with reliability issues with AM, but we are now operating 175 routes, mainly from our BHX hub, but with our focus cities at LGW and EDI.

We have simplified our fleet with the smallest aircraft now being the ATR72-600, which whilst still being reduced in numbers will be kept on in a role for smaller Domestic and Irish destinations. Shorthaul European is being handled by a mixture of A321, A320 and Embraer 190-100's. This mix is slowly titling towards the 321/320, although 190-100's are being kept on to open up new routes (we have about 30 more 190 suitable routes in mind from BHX and expansion from the focus cities).

Longhaul is now operated by 12 Airbus 330-200 series to a range of business and holiday destinations. Slapper has altered its order to have a small number of Airbus 330-300's delivered over the next week for our higher yielding destinations.

We are still awaiting the results of the bi-lateral for a number of European airports, when those open - we will add them.

Our shareprice has just gone over $19, we have over 100,000,000 lbs of fuel in reserve and over 80,000,000 in the bank - ready for more fuel and next week's advertising campaign.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Sun Jan 10, 2010 9:15 pm

HIA has announced it will keep its 73G fleet and redeploy them from its AVV base and accelerate the retirement of the 739ER fleet due to reliability issues.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 12:29 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 29):
ccelerate the retirement of the 739ER fleet due to reliability issues.

Oh my, reliability issues with the 730ERs??? I have a dozen of them and have not experienced maintenance issues with them as of yet. Thanks for the warning!

Fuel was back at $400 per half ton for a brief time today; FirstWorld Airlines purchased 30 million pounds of delicious Jet-A at the so-called " bargain" price.

FirstWorld has also recently initiated new service from its Chicago hub to Tbilisi, Norfolk, Geneva, Beslan, Salt Lake City, Oklahoma City, and Ulan-Ude, and from Los Angeles to Perth, Australia.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 12:39 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 30):
Oh my, reliability issues with the 730ERs??? I have a dozen of them and have not experienced maintenance issues with them as of yet.

When I was running 739ERs they were the planes that I had the least issues with. I would have kept them but I found I was running them on routes that were better suited to the capacity of other planes

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 12:50 am

Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 30):
Oh my, reliability issues with the 730ERs??? I have a dozen of them and have not experienced maintenance issues with them as of yet. Thanks for the warning!

Those planes are fairly reliable. The time I ran them they didn't have too many maintenance problems.

-----

Update on Snow Globe airlines:


Account: $75 mil + (had close to a billion but then I purchased 400 mil lbs of fuel and a few 747ERs)

Company Value: $ 1,859,437,039

Fleet: 414

Routes: 401 (I don't like the fact that they max out at 401)

Fuel: 904,754,602 Lbs

Rank: 6473

...and for the investors:

STOCK: $186.00
 

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:44 am



Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 32):



Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 31):

Those planes were run on any legs from 1900km's to 5900km's which is their limit. Now I have issues when I have to fix the same issue over and over. The 73G fleet will stay for the moment. Here are my options:

A) Replace 73G with A320 or A321
B) Replace a 73G with a 73G

It would help if we got pax bonus points for fleet simplification. If this was effect; my fleet would be all Airbus except for my sole 744ER.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:58 am



Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 32):
..and for the investors:

STOCK: $186.00

...and my $ 37,263,907.00 profit to date I have made with your firm thanks you!!

I have made minor tweaks to my stock portfolio to reward the firms that are performing at a better rate. I was able to do this due to addition share for investment became available due to a member shuttering their airline.

In addition I am continuing with my plan to add new A380s. As long as I can stay above the $ 1 Billion in cash mark I will add a new A380. Each new A380 addition will shorten the time needed to build the needed funds. The revised addition time is now every 3-4 days for a new addition soon to be down to 2-3 days. The short term goal is to make a new A380 addition every 1-2 days.

The ultimate new goal is to reduce the short haul fleet as new A380s come on line with the long term goal is an all A380 fleet

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:15 am



Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 31):
When I was running 739ERs they were the planes that I had the least issues with. I would have kept them but I found I was running them on routes that were better suited to the capacity of other planes

Thanks - I am going to some of these 739ER routes to 762ER routes in the future to increase capacity.

Progress so far with FirstWorld - 47 routes now, and the stock has busted through $4 per share!!!  laughing 

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:18 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 30):
Fuel was back at $400 per half ton for a brief time today; FirstWorld Airlines purchased 30 million pounds of delicious Jet-A at the so-called " bargain" price.

Today is a cheap fuel and advertising day. So I just bought 100 million pounds of Jet A at $400, the next three days advertising campaigns and some more A321's
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:55 am

Hey folks, check out the below link that a friend pointed out to me - this is very helpful when looking at aircraft purchases for AM.

http://am.n00b.hk/

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:16 am



Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 17):
I have 124 million in my account. I'd like to buy planes, but I don't know which ones. I have A330s, B777s and B787s. Which ones would be best?

In my opinion, at this stage, your best buy would be 787-8. Much cheaper than other planes, good pax capacity and very long range... Once you start making more money, you can switch to 330-300 and 777-300 and eventually to the legendary 380  Smile
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:22 am

Here is what my airline (Think Global Airlines) looked like exactly 4 weeks ago :

Quote:
Account: $ 800,292,779 (waiting to make more than 1 billion for the pax points)

Company Value: $ 1,133,079,446

Fleet / Routes: 198 / 198

Fuel: 966,497,439 Lbs

Stock Value: $113.31

Current Fleet: (I believe the largest in A.net)

3 - 747-400
2 - 380-800
27 - 330-300
125 - 787-800
10 - 777-300ER
15 - 757-300
16 - 777-300

Here is what it looks like today:

Account: $ 791,593,590

Company Value: $ 3,742,283,342

Fleet / Routes: 296 / 296

Fuel: 999,026,329 Lbs

Stock Value: $ 374.26

Current Fleet:

79 - 380-800
31 - 330-300
125 - 787-800
21 - 777-300
40 - 737-700ER

My investors have been enjoying very very good return on investment  Smile I still have stocks available if anyone is interested...
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:33 am



Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 39):
I still have stocks available if anyone is interested...

Just bought 1000 shares of your fine airline!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 10:50 am

Bloody hell, $1.3 million for the C-check of an A333...   

And I have another one coming in 40 hours   

[Edited 2010-01-11 03:42:07]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:27 am



Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 41):
Bloody hell, $1.3 million of the C-check of an A333... crying

Wait till you start buying A 380 : $ 6,513,885  Smile
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 11:44 am



Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 42):
Wait till you start buying A 380 : $ 6,513,885

Damn, that's a lot of money  Wow!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 4:09 pm

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Could not connect


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:16 pm

The blank screens this morning are beyond ridiculous... sheesh!

Update on Juan De Fuca Airlines:

Company Value: $242,599,146.00
Fleet: 226

B737-800 x18: (Medium 'thin' international routes, will be moved to domestic ops with the addition of more 767s).
A320-200 x4: (Newest addition, to open up sun destinations from numerous Canadian cities)
B787-8 x10: (Ultra long haul routes)
B757-300 x25: (Primary used for trans-Atlantic services from YUL/YOW/YYZ)
B767-400ER x10: (Primary used on trans-Pacific routes)
B747-400 x4: (Long haul/high demand routes)
Fokker 100 Tay650 x54: (Domestic ops, this type will gradually be phased out as more larger frames are acquired & capacity upgrades are completed)
DC-10-10 x20: (Primary used on trans-Atlantic routes, likely to be replaced by 753s & 767s)
MD-88 x52: (Domestic/Caribbean routes)
MD-87 x12: (Domestic ops, type is currently being phased out)
MD-90-30ER x17: (Carribbean routes)

I absolutely love playing this game, though it's getting tricky to keep track of everything simply due to the number of routes I now operate!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 5:35 pm



Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 39):

My investors have been enjoying very very good return on investment Smile I still have stocks available if anyone is interested...

Just bought 10000 shares, hopefully I can reap the benefits as well.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:25 pm



Quoting A332 (Reply 45):
The blank screens this morning are beyond ridiculous... sheesh!

Indeed. It's getting seriously annoying  mad 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 7:51 pm



Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 41):
Bloody hell, $1.3 million for the C-check of an A333...

Thanks for the warning. I'll keep that in mind when they are due. If it makes you feel any better, it's approximately $2.6 million for a 747-400.

Quoting A332 (Reply 45):
The blank screens this morning are beyond ridiculous... sheesh!

Every time AM does something they say will make the game faster, it goes slower. Yesterday they did "maintenance" and it was faster than normal last night. Today it is the slowest it has ever been. It keeps getting worse. It's starting to cause me to lose some interest in the game.


OMG. AM and the a.net forums were down for maintenance at the same time.  banghead 
After the maintenence, AM is still slower than a snail.  Yeah sure
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 7

Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:14 pm

Pan-Pan, Pan-Pan, Pan-Pan

My Airline Manager all glass cockpit has been displaying white screens all day.
It's 737s, 747s and 380s. Not 737's, 747's and 380's. Learn to use the apostrophe for crying out loud.
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