fly707
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Your Own Airline Dream

Tue Jul 12, 2005 4:33 pm

If you will start up your own airline, what type of planes would like to operate, where & why ?

Thanks
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EGTESkyGod
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Tue Jul 12, 2005 10:19 pm

Concorde from:

London, New York, Exeter, Manchester, Barbados, Madrid, Lisbon, Athens, Paris, Boston, Washington, Miami, Sydney, Fuji, Bahrain, Honolulu, Tenerife and anywhere else I can think of.

I may choose some A380s, 747s, 737s, Embraer 195s, and Embraer 145s for other routes, but my pride and joy would be my 20 Concordes.

I'll let you know when I wake up....
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Tue Jul 12, 2005 10:46 pm

One million A380. Flying to every airport in the world. Ticket price $1, and I get to be the captain of all the planes.

Seriously now, we have like 2 of these threads every day.
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Wed Jul 13, 2005 12:03 pm

Hi,

Quoting EGTESkyGod (Reply 1):
Concorde from:

London, New York, Exeter, Manchester, Barbados, Madrid, Lisbon, Athens, Paris, Boston, Washington, Miami, Sydney, Fuji, Bahrain, Honolulu, Tenerife and anywhere else I can think of.

A Concorde from Exeter may be problem, may I suggest a BBJ to ferry to the Royal Suite at LHR, where you can connect with Concorde at LHR.

Andy

Ps Hows the flight planning to NZ going?
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r311music
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Thu Jul 14, 2005 4:59 am

Just a few King Air's, smaller twins, and a citation or two. I would operate them in and out of BVT because of it's location to Lake Champlain. I would offer chartered sailing and vacation rentals from BVT.
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Thu Jul 14, 2005 8:00 am

Not very ambitious to start off with; flying PLH-EXT-LHR four times daily with an RJ70. Later to add two more RJ70s and operate PLH-AMS daily, PLH-CDG daily, and PLH-JER-BIO also daily.

Andy - you would have no problem getting Concord full into EXT with the number of US Tourists who turn up down here in Plymouth complaining about how far they have to come by road!

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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Thu Jul 14, 2005 8:20 am

777-200LR's an 787-8,787-9, 737-900,737-800. i would fly into every airport that has major airlines at it an offer seats like VS 1st class in every class. i would use the 787's an the 737 on domestic routes and the 777's on trips to LGW,RJBB, CDG, and SYD. all at low cost prices.
 
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Fri Jul 15, 2005 2:55 am

I forgot to ask, what name would you like to name your Airline ?
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Fri Jul 15, 2005 3:19 am

Crox, Hi! I mean pleasure flights from Exeter or Exeter to Spain, not too demanding Concorde routes from here!

Re: Planning NZ trip, I spoke to our overseas player (An Aussie!) and he said if I want to improve my cricket, go to Australia! So I think it may be Aus I go to instead, I got family out there too, which is a bonus! Any ideas on the Aus trip? Prob Sydney.

Airline Name? Thats a good one.... maybe Carter Charter, or Speed or something.
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RE: Your Own Airline Dream

Fri Jul 15, 2005 6:22 am

Capital Airways. 2 717s for every state capital in the union.
Presidential Air. A 738 named for every US President since George Washington, flying to all 50 states.
Just a couple of ideas from me. Regards.
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