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Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:17 am

Continued from part 8:

Facebook Airline Manager Part 8 (by MCOflyer Jan 29 2010 in Non Aviation)

Lets continue to have fun.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 4:17 am

Fleet overview:

4 DC-9-10 (D-ADCA, D-ADCB, D-ADCC, D-ADCD): SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-MBJ
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-ABTC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
8 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
8 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB

We have flipped the coin, and decided to send D-AEME to BNA. D-AEMF will subsequently start our service to SFB, and then in the same order (D-AEMG to BNA, D-AEMH to SFB). With luck, within a few weeks we may have sufficient funds to go DC-10 on some of these routes, and eventually acquire our A340-200.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 7:15 am

Update: Albuquerque Airlines

Account: $711,848,992

Company Value: $514,906,615

Fleet: 100

Routes: 100

Fuel: 464,658,956 Lbs

Stock Rate: $51.84

Fleet:

Boeing 737-700ER
Total: 4

Boeing 757-300
Total: 20

Boeing 767-200
Total: 5

Boeing 767-200ER
Total: 16

Boeing 787-8
Total: 38

Boeing 747-400
Total: 3

Boeing 747-400C
Total: 12

Airbus A380-800
Total: 2

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Total Aircraft: 100

Route Map:

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:21 pm

I haven't posted since thread # 1 but here's my current fleet and stats:

CARiver Plate Airlines

short haul:

29 x B787-3
14 x B747-400D

Long haul:

27 x A380
19 x B747-8
15 x B777-300
15 x B777-200
1 x Concorde

Routes: 120
Stocks: 208.74
Company Value: $ 2,086,542,944

 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 4:28 pm

This is yout LAST CHANCE to sell SEVA Airlines stock.

I will be shutting down SEVA Airlines over the weekend. This is your last chance to sell your shares of SEVA Airlines. Thank you for investing in SEVA Airlines.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:02 pm

HIA has decided to keep its sole DC10-30 registered: HUNTER, at the request of her senior flight crew and has been relocated to ORD-San Salvador performing 4-5 flights each day. As of this moment, all of our 788's have left the fleet paving the way for more A359R models. The last A310's to be retired will be the domestic ones which will replaced by A333's.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:15 pm

Charles Ryan Airlines is so pleased with the A350-1000 that the airline has placed an order for 40 A350-1000s,as a result, the option to take up 30 more 787-8s has been dropped indefinitely.

The delivery of the 2nd A380 will take place tomorrow evening, the day of Chinese New Year Eve.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 9:41 pm

Here's an update:

Swisslink Airlines

- Hub: Zurich
- Focus City: Geneva

- Routes: 11

- Fleet:

Douglas DC-9-50
Total: 10
Remarks: all ZRH based

Douglas DC-9-21
Total: 1 (+9)
Remarks: all GVA based

Upcoming deliveries: 9 x Douglas DC-9-21

- Company Value: $ 1,497,324

- Stock Rate: 0.15
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 10:34 pm

Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 7):
Swisslink Airlines

Just bought the max possible of 200000 stocks in your company. For that, I expect at least an A319CJ or 737BBJ between ZRH/GVA to SJO.  
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:08 pm

Iligan airlines with 41 routes / 41 aircraft:



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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Feb 13, 2010 1:06 am

Aeroleet Airlines
90 routes in total. We fly to EVERY country in Europe and South Africa with the very comfortable Il-96-400. At the moment we are expanding to Asia with the very quite A380-800s. Passengers love this plane for longhaul from YYZ as they arrive well rested due to reduced noised and cabin pressure  . We are also selling ALL twin-engined planes when they come for their C-check. Thus the fleet will consist of only quad engined airplanes, A380 and Il96.

 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Feb 13, 2010 7:54 am

Eimsbüttel Airlines has finally taken delivery of our outstanding three E-190s, and services to BNA and SFB are, like our ATL and RDU flights, proven to be cash cows.

4 DC-9-10 (D-ADCA, D-ADCB, D-ADCC, D-ADCD): SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-MBJ
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-ABTC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
8 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
8 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB

We're now awaiting the moment when we can finally take delivery of our first DC-10-10 and first widebody. The way things go, SFB and ATL may be the best candidates for DC-10 service, allowing us to shift E-190s to replace our DC-9s.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Feb 13, 2010 5:17 pm

HIA has a purchased a 10th MD11ER registered G-PSF that has replaced an A310. The 310 was formerly used on the NRT-Nanning route. An A333 registered N115HF will be brought in to reinstate NRT-NNG.

HIA MD11ER fleet: Registered after family members

G-DAF ORD-Libreville
G-GAK ORD-Muscat
G-HKF ORD-Damman
G-RMF ORD-Bien Bien Phu
G-GKF ORD-Vinh
G-KHF ORD-Cebu
G-CVF ORD-Port Sudan
G-ACM ORD-Songpan
G-SPF ORD-Voronezh
G-PSF ORD-NNG
G-RDF- on order
G-MBL- on order

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Feb 13, 2010 9:39 pm

FUEL AT $400!!!!

FirstWorld Airlines has just purchased 200 million pounds of delicious Jet-A fuel!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Feb 13, 2010 10:10 pm

Quoting stasisLAX (Reply 13):
FUEL AT $400!!!!

FirstWorld Airlines has just purchased 200 million pounds of delicious Jet-A fuel!

Yes, but it was also at $100 about 6 hours ago...
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Feb 13, 2010 11:02 pm

DRH Airlines update
----------------------------

The update of the fleet based out of MAN is continuing, with our new Dash 8 Q400s now operating to LON DUB SNN ABZ EDI and GLA.

A new 340 has come online and has replaced the now sold 738 that was operating on the MAN LOS route to increase the number of customers we can carry.

Shortly another 340 will come online and replace the last remaining long haul 738 on our hub to hub flight to ORD.

Once this has come online, it will then be time for major expansion using the 320 family of aircraft into Europe. The more popular routes may get larger capacity aircraft, this will be subject to Study!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 1:39 am

We're expanding again.

4 DC-9-10 (D-ADCA, D-ADCB, D-ADCC, D-ADCD): SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-MBJ
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-ABTC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
8 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
8 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH, D-AEMI, D-AEMJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW

This time, we're off to Cuba, where we'll launch service with two E-190s to CMW. It's been showing very high demand over the last few days, so with E-190s D-AEMI and D-AEMJ, we'll launch our new Cuba service.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 4:57 am

HIA and Airbus announce an order for 50 A330-300 a/c and 11 A359R's. These will replace 757-200's on international routes and A343E's. The 343E's will be used to expand our network. In addition HIA will take delivery of our final MD11ER. Finally, HIA will approach our board and propose the buying of two 772LR's for spare use while our a/c undergo C-Checks. A decision will made tomorrow.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 7:22 am

Charles Ryan Airlines has just taken delivery of the 2nd A380, the first to be based in Singapore, 9V-SKA is the registration of the aircraft. The airline is in discussion with Airbus to order more A320s, A330s, A350s and A380.

Current fleet is now 115, 75% Airbus 20% Boeing and 5 % Embaer
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 9:15 am

Hello Everyone,

Another quick update on Plummet Airlines.

Our current route map now looks like;



Our Fleet of 76 aircraft is made up of;

50 737-800
12 737-900
7 737-900ER
2 757-200
2 787-8
1 767-300ER
2 DHC-8-300

With further 737-900ER's and 787-8's coming into the fleet our hub in Singapore is rapidly growing while we have now almost completely retired our Dash 8's from regional services within Australia.

Our Share Price is now up to $7.26, we currently have $16 million in the bank and 17 million pounds of fuel in reserve.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:20 am

Is there a way of keeping your staff happy, other than giving them $200 payrises each time?
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 6:44 pm

Quoting zizou (Reply 20):
Is there a way of keeping your staff happy, other than giving them $200 payrises each time?

That's the easy way. Another way I've heard of is folks giving their staff a $200 pay cut and then a $200 raise (back to what they were already making) and their staff is happy. To me, that's risky as it could backfire and the staff goes on strike.

I know one thing, if AM doesn't get its' act together soon and fix the loading issues (They're saying it's a Facebook issue, but I'm not having issues with any other game I play on there.), I'm out. I'll give enough warning to my stockholders if I do decide to do this.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:36 pm

Here's our current fleet and an announcement: We're close to acquiring our very first DC-10-10! With luck, we can expect delivery by Tuesday.

4 DC-9-10 (D-ADCA, D-ADCB, D-ADCC, D-ADCD): SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-MBJ
1 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO): SJO-IAD
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-ABTC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
10 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
10 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH, D-AEMI, D-AEMJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW

And we have our very first destination designated for our DC-10, for which we're reviving their old Lufthansa registrations IRL: IAD has been chosen for our DC-10. If everything goes by the book, we may increase IAD to a second flight but our focus will then shift to replacing one frequency of our highly successful flights to CMW, SFB, RDU and ATL with a DC-10, and later expansion to destinations such as MYR, VER and SLC.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:48 pm

Quoting srbmod (Reply 21):
I know one thing, if AM doesn't get its' act together soon and fix the loading issues (They're saying it's a Facebook issue, but I'm not having issues with any other game I play on there.), I'm out. I'll give enough warning to my stockholders if I do decide to do this.

It looks back to speed now. I could launch 50 flights in no time  
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:22 am

Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 23):
It looks back to speed now. I could launch 50 flights in no time  

Not for me. pages take forever to load and even refreshing doesn't work.

Going back and forth between pages on that program is hell.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 5:55 am

All of this just happened at once..20 ac fleet.


Repair of damage $98,109 2010-02-15
Repair of damage $68,506 2010-02-15
Repair of damage $104,407 2010-02-15


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 6:06 am

Quoting srbmod (Reply 21):
I know one thing, if AM doesn't get its' act together soon and fix the loading issues (They're saying it's a Facebook issue, but I'm not having issues with any other game I play on there.), I'm out. I'll give enough warning to my stockholders if I do decide to do this.

I'm with you on this. The constant reload and constant "white screens" is very annoying. Today, every time I launched flights I was booted out of the AM application. I've filed numerous complaints with the AM developers, and now I go into the application to launch the evening bank of international flights and AM is once again down for unannounced maintenance! Vampire Wars and Mafia Wars is not malfunctioning at all..... this is an application coding issue, as much as the developers are blaming it on Failbook.......   
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 6:25 am

The site is " under construction " right now. I don't know if anyone would agree with me, but I would gladly pay a few bucks, just like a lot of us do on this site, if AM would ditch facebook and build it's own website.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 7:36 am

Quoting JMackey (Reply 27):
but I would gladly pay a few bucks, just like a lot of us do on this site, if AM would ditch facebook and build it's own website.

Definitely. I'd also like to see seperate "worlds" similar to those shooter games where each world is limited to the number of users it can accomodate. Get some actual competition going and make it more realistic, not just one giant world with tens of thousands of airlines and God knows how many A380s buzzing around, where the airlines have no affect whatsoever on one another and it's just a mess.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:04 am

Slapper Airlines continues to make progress despite ATC issues. ATC issues have caused us to abandon part of our upgrading programme and to slow down our expansion programme. We are building cash for the purpose of launching a hub in South East Asia within the next couple of weeks, the field for this hub has narrowed down to two choices and market conditions are being carefully monitored. Slapper estimates it will need $2.5bn to establish this hub.

Slapper have winnowed out some of the ageing Embraer 190's, leaving only the younger aircraft operating, some upgrading has been done to Airbus 320's cascaded from the 321 expansion programme and a number of long haul aircraft have been taken that was slightly above the original target. Long Haul services have now started from two of three Slapper's focus cities to Orlando, Florida for the holiday market. Slapper's European network of around 215 routes from its Birmingham hub is now fairly complete, with only a few destinations that would be added if they became available. Three destinations, served by four aircraft are on a profitability warning. Slapper currently operates 311 routes from it's Birmingham hub and it's focus cities at London Gatwick, Edinburgh Turnhouse and Berlin Tegel. It anticipates this becoming 320 routes before the launch of the new hub.

Our Fleet is now:

13 Boeing 777-300ER (2 planned in next week)
22 Airbus 330-300 (2 planned in next week)
20 Airbus 330-200 (4 planned in next week)
78 Airbus 321-200 (possibly up to 8 in the next week)
110 Airbus 320-200 (no additional aircraft planned at the moment)
43 Embraer 190-200AR (5 additional arriving today)
15 Embraer 190-100 (5 due for retirement today)
10 Embraer 170-200 (domestic connections only)

The 1bn dollar bond was posted and Slapper has put down deposits on some future aircraft with Airbus and Boeing. The cash position has since declined slightly to $960M. Slapper's fuel reserves are just over 990M lbs of fuel

The share price has exceeded the target set of $75 currently being at just over $78.50, under normal circumstances we would set a higher target for the next week, but ATC issues will force us to be conservative and set a target of $90. Just over 20% of the company remains on the open market. Future investors may wish to note that when ATC issues are resolved, there will be a small expansion of long haul and then the "big bang" of the new hub.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 11:06 am

I've come to a point where I find AM to become more and more boring ... working my way up with ATRs and CRJ 700 ... weeks to get my first A319 ... nearly one month for a first widebody .... up to the first A330 ... now my fleet of 15+ Airbus widebodys alone produce 40 million a day allowing me to buy an A340 per day .... not so much to aim for right now ... I've reached my level of realism (40+A380 and Concordes aint a deal breaker for me) ... it became idle business ....  
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:19 pm

Quoting srbmod (Reply 21):
Another way I've heard of is folks giving their staff a $200 pay cut and then a $200 raise (back to what they were already making) and their staff is happy. To me, that's risky as it could backfire and the staff goes on strike.

I was the one who came up with this, and it does actually work. Staff does not go on strike either after getting their normal salary back again that they were not happy with in the first place.
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My AM is still very slow and sometimes I need to refresh the page several times to make it open.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 1:22 pm

Further update:

Swisslink Airlines

- Hub: Zurich
- Focus City: Geneva

- Routes: 19

- Fleet:

Douglas DC-9-50 (HB-IS*)
Total: 10
Remarks: all ZRH based

Douglas DC-9-21 (HB-IF*)
Total: 9 (+1)
Remarks: all GVA based

Upcoming deliveries: 1 x Douglas DC-9-21

- Company Value: $ 2,719,584

- Stock Rate: 0.27

Quoting LTU932 (Reply 8):
Just bought the max possible of 200000 stocks in your company. For that, I expect at least an A319CJ or 737BBJ between ZRH/GVA to SJO.

I'm going to start replacing the DC-9s shortly. I will certainly review the options of starting premium long-haul flights in order to grant my stockholders the most comfortable flying experience possible.  
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 15, 2010 2:02 pm

Flying Handbag Airlines has decided to dispose of its fleet of 27 DC10-10s with immediate effect.

The process is expected to be complete within the next 3 hours.

There are currently 80,000 shares available in the company, The share price is sure to dip as the fleet is withdrawn, and investors are advised to take advantage of the dip before the inevitable surge after the board invest in further A380-800s.

Grab your handbag and FLY !

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:28 am

Fleet overview:

4 DC-9-10 (D-ADCA, D-ADCB, D-ADCC, D-ADCD): SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-MBJ
5 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO, D-ADBO, D-ADCO, D-ADDO, D-ADEO): SJO-IAD, SJO-RDU, SJO-CMW, SJO-ATL, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-ABTC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
10 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
10 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH, D-AEMI, D-AEMJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW

Our DC-10 has proven to be a smashing success. Once D-ADBO and D-ADCO are delivered, each will start service to RDU and CMW respectively. After that, we will continue with our routes to ATL, BNA and SFB. Perhaps once our DC-10s have delivered sufficient profit, we can finally take delivery of our first A340-200 (to be registered D-AIBA), allowing us also to phase out our DC-9s.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:34 am

HIA will go from a 78 strong 757-200 fleet to a 45 strong fleet. The updates suck and i am getting tired of waiting.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:05 am

Quoting BlueShamu330s (Reply 33):
There are currently 80,000 shares available in the company, The share price is sure to dip as the fleet is withdrawn, and investors are advised to take advantage of the dip before the inevitable surge after the board invest in further A380-800s.

FirstWorld Airlines just bought 50000 shares of your firm.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 10:07 am

Quoting stasisLAX (Reply 36):
FirstWorld Airlines just bought 50000 shares of your firm.

Flying Handbag would have returned the gesture by investing in FirstWorld, but it seems there is no stock available currently.  

Having seen one sole investor liquidate their holding in Flying Handbag Airlines, there are a further 200,000 shares now available.

All 27 x DC10-10s have now been disposed of, leaving us with a fleet of:

32 x A380-800
23 x B777-300
13 x A330-300
03 x B787-8 (the intention is to dispose of this small sub-fleet)
17 x A321-200

Our mission over the next 4 days will be to operate the current fleet and enhance our cash reserves in anticipation of a significant order for further A380-800s this coming weekend.

Flying Handbag Airlines stock currently looks a bargain with the sale of the DC10 fleet and reduction in fleet size being reflected in the current price.

Bag a bargain; buy Flying Handbag Airlines stock !

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:16 pm

Daily update for Swisslink Airlines:

- Hubs: Zurich, Geneva

- Routes: 21

- Fleet:

Douglas DC-9-50 (HB-IS*)
Total: 9 (-1)
Remarks: all ZRH based

Douglas DC-9-21 (HB-IF*)
Total: 9 (-1)
Remarks: all GVA based

McDonnell Douglas MD-87 (HB-IN*)
Total: 3 (+18)
Remarks: MD-87 to replace all DC-9-21 and -50 fleets.

- Company Value: $ 3,400,433

- Stock Rate: 0.36
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:36 pm

Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 38):
Daily update for Swisslink Airlines:

Just bought stock in your fine company. Do we get chocolates?  
So I drive a 4x4. So what?! Tax the a$$ off me for it...oh, you already have... :-(
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 2:38 pm

Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 38):
Stock Rate: 0.36

I also invested in your company, and I demand chocolates. 

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 4:57 pm

WTH? I tried to access our favorite crack addiction but it re-directs to an "Allow Access" page for Shipping Line Manager? What's this all about?
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:31 pm

Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 38):
Daily update for Swisslink Airlines:

Just bought 200k shares!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 5:56 pm

What the hell did they do to AM now? When I try to dispatch my flights, it goes blank.

EDIT: It's official: The developers of Airline Manager have officially broken the application, worse than ever before.

[Edited 2010-02-16 10:07:44]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:17 pm

Quoting LTU932 (Reply 43):
What the hell did they do to AM now? When I try to dispatch my flights, it goes blank.

I was just charged five times the amount that I normally pay for maintenance and staff costs.

Quoting BlueShamu330s (Reply 39):
Just bought stock in your fine company. Do we get chocolates?
Quoting sudden (Reply 40):
I also invested in your company, and I demand chocolates.
Quoting flanker (Reply 42):
Just bought 200k shares!

Your investment will be rewarded with a (big) box of Switzerland's finest chocolates. Enjoy! 
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:22 pm

Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 44):
I was just charged five times the amount that I normally pay for maintenance and staff costs.

It didn't happen to me so far, but I was close to dispatching sufficient flights so that I could finally get delivery of my second DC-10.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:32 pm

Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 44):
Your investment will be rewarded with a (big) box of Switzerland's finest chocolates. Enjoy!

I will have the lawyers of my airlines, EHAM Airlines, to contact you in regards to the chocolate.

Important news bulletin from EHAM Airlines,
Our whole fleet is currently grounded due to maintenance work at our hub. At the time of typing we are handing out vouchers that our pax can use at restaurant of choice here at AMS airport.
We advise all pax to try to stay calm and await further information.

Kind Regards,
CEO and owner of EHAM Airlines

[Edited 2010-02-16 10:33:36]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 6:36 pm

Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 44):
Your investment will be rewarded with a (big) box of Switzerland's finest chocolates. Enjoy!

Forget the chocolates! I want a monthly supply of..






  
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 8:02 pm

Quoting flanker (Reply 47):
Forget the chocolates! I want a monthly supply of..

Ü-Eier!!!!1   

In other news, D-ADBO has finally been delivered and will now replace an E-190 to RDU.

4 DC-9-10 (D-ADCA, D-ADCB, D-ADCC, D-ADCD): SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-MBJ
5 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO, D-ADBO, D-ADCO, D-ADDO, D-ADEO): SJO-IAD, SJO-RDU, SJO-CMW, SJO-ATL, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-BATC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
10 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
10 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH, D-AEMI, D-AEMJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW, SJO-IAD

That E-190 will now serve IAD to help our other DC-10. It's stretching its legs a bit, but completely worth it.

[Edited 2010-02-16 12:10:14]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:39 pm

WhineAir is as giddy as can be to announce that we have reached our stated goal of having 20 A380s. We are pondering adding 20 747-8s but nothing has men written in jello yet.

Our cash on hand is still over the $1 billion level and the stock share price made a nice move (about $ 8.00/share). Earnings were fair at about $225 million.

Sadly more of our favorite airlines have gone the way of the doo-doo the result is we now have the ability to purchase about 225,000 shares of quality airlines. We hope to make the stock purchase tomorrow after padding the cash on hand .

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