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New Virtual Airline: Air Asia

Sat Dec 29, 2001 10:39 pm

Asia Air is a brand new virtual airline that is set to revolutionize e-travel with the hope of providing pilots and management level staff with a fun yet realistic airline operation environment that few VAs can and are willing to offer. Asia Air offers a highly attractive and thoroughly modern fleet with a diverse destinations set to cater for e-travellers around the globe, all with a working environment that is both challenging, relaxed and flexible.

Email (For those intrested)
Hong Kong(HKG)


In the future, Asia Air hopes to expand to include a more expansive workforce but for the time being, the following positions are available:
Webmaster good at databases
Hub managers
Fleet managers
Flight instructors

In the future, Asia Air hopes to expand to include a more expansive workforce but for the time being, the following positions are available:

Flexibility Options:
1) We credit them with a certain percentage of the flight hours based on their flight time that month with another VA associated with Asia Air

2) We allow up to 20 days of absence but they have to inform us in 2 days advance (Then they will not have to fly so much that month but will have to fly more the next)

3)Those who do long range flights (8hrs+) get bonus hours so they would have to fly less to complete that months requirements.

4)They can put forward the extra hours they have flown in that month so they will fly less the next.

5)We allocate short routes to those who have trouble flying on long ones

6)We also give those who do short routes more sectors that they can finish when they have time and not jam the whole flight together

Destinations and equipment used...

Anchorage (ANC) - B747-400F
Chicago (ORD) - B777-200ER/B747-400F
Guam (GUM) - B777-200ER
Los Angeles (LAX) - B747-400
San Francisco (SFO)- B747-400
New York JFK (JFK) - B747-400
New York Newark (EWR) - B747-400/B777-200ER
Memphis (MEM) - B747-400F
Minneapolis (MSP) - B777-200ER
Las Vegas (LAS) - B777-200ER
Miami (MIA) - B747-400F
Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) - B747-400F
Atlanta (ATL) - B777-200ER/B747-400F
Mexico City (MEX) - B777-200ER
Rio de Janerio (GIG) - B777-200ER
Buenos Aires (EZE) - B777-200ER
Santiago (SCL) - B777-200ER
Sao Paulo (GRU) - B777-200ER

Bangkok (BKK) - A330-300/B747-400
Bandar Seri Begawan (BWN) - B737-900
Beijing (PEK) - A330-300B/B747-400
Colombo (CMB) - B737-900/A330-300
Denpasar Bali (DPS) - B737-900/A330-300
New Delhi (DEL) - A330-300
Dhaka (DAC) - B737-900
Fukuoka (FUK) - B777-200ER
Guangzhou (CAN) - B737-900
Hanoi (HNI) - B737-900
Ho Chi Minh City (SGN) - B737-900
Hong Kong (HKG) - A330-300/B747-400/B777-200ER/B747-400F
Jakarta (CGK) - A330-300/B747-400
Kaohsiung (KHH) - A330-300
Kathmandu (KTM) - B737-900
Kota Kinabalu - B737-900
Kuala Lumpur (KUL) - B737-900/A330-300
Kuching - B737-900
Macau (MFM) - A330-300
Manila (MNL) - A330-300/B747-400
Mumbai - A330-300/B747-400
Nagoya (NGO) - B777-200ER
Osaka Kansai (KIX) - B777-200ER/B747-400
Penang (PEN) - B737-900
Phuket (HKT) - B737-900
Seoul (SEL) - B777-200ER/B747-400
Shanghai (SHA) - A330-300/B747-400F
Taipei (TPE) - B777-200ER/B747-400/B747-400F
Tokyo Narita (NRT) - B777-200ER/B747-400/B747-400F
Hiroshima (HIR) A330-300
Medan (MES) - B737-900
Cebu (CEB) - B737-900
Davao (DVO) - B737-900
Chiang Mai (CNX) - B737-900
Xiamen (XMN) - B737-900
Langkawi (LGK) - B737-900
Karachi (KHI) - A330-300
Mauritius (MRU) - A330-300

Adelaide (ADL) - B777-200ER
Auckland (AKL) - B747-400
Brisbane (BNE) - B777-200ER
Christchurch (CHC) - B777-200ER
Melbourne (MEL) - A330-300/B777-200ER
Perth (PER) - A330-300/B777-200ER
Darwin (DRW) - B737-900
Sydney (SYD) - B747-400

Toronto (YYZ) - B747-400
Vancouver (YVR) - B747-400

Amsterdam (AMS) - B777-200ER/B747-400
Athens (ATH) - B777-200ER
Brussels (BRU) - B777-200ER
Copenhagen (CPH) - B777-200ER
Frankfurt (FRA) -B777-200ER/B747-400/B747-400F
Geneva (GVA) - B777-200ER
London Heathrow (LHR) - B747-400/B747-400F
Madrid (MAD) - B777-200ER
Manchester (MAN) - B747-400
London Gatwick (LGW) - B777-200ER
Munich (MUC) - B777-200ER
Paris (CDG) - B747-400/B747-400F
Rome (FCO) - B777-200ER
Zurich (ZRH) - B747-400

5)Middle East
Cairo (CAI) - A330-300
Dubai (DXB) - B777-200ER/B747-400F
Istanbul (IST) - A330-300
Jeddah (JED) - A330-300

Cape Town (CPT) - B777-200ER
Durban (DUR) - B777-200ER
Johannesburg (JNB) - B747-400

Interested parties please email and include your full name, age, location and the job you are looking for. Alternatively, you can visit Thank you for you time and interest .We certainly look forward to welcoming you to our team very shortly to revolutionize the Virtual Airline Industry.

Anthony Hawkins
President, Marketing
Asia Air
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RE: New Virtual Airline: Air Asia

Mon Dec 31, 2001 2:01 am

Asia Air,
the post is enough. You need not make a list of people's e-mail addresses and email them with the same information. That kind of advertising for a VA is insane.
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RE: New Virtual Airline: Air Asia

Mon Dec 31, 2001 2:42 am

To be honest with you, I haven't a clue why anyone would want to fly for a VA. What is the point??
Just buy flight simulator!

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RE: New Virtual Airline: Air Asia

Mon Dec 31, 2001 3:02 am

Yeah, don't spam us with it.

Flying for a VA can be fun. Depends a lot on the VA, of course. If you don't like long flights don't fly for a VA having mainly longhaul routes...
The people can also be nice, plus a VA adds that bit of extra realism in having a set of flights and schedules to fly to (if you want to, you can of course fly wherever you want as long as you log the minimum required hours or flights)
I wish I were flying

RE: New Virtual Airline: Air Asia

Mon Dec 31, 2001 3:44 am

The problem with working for a va is too many people treat it like it's a real job, you sometimes get bossed around just like if you were employed, and you are not even getting paid for the work you do. It kinda makes it a waste of time because you are employed but not getting paid, and really, flight sim is supposed to be for fun anyway.

However, do like to paint aircraft and I might be able to contribute there, but I'd rather not be a pilot for a VA for the time being.

Aloha 737-200
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RE: New Virtual Airline: Air Asia

Mon Dec 31, 2001 10:07 am

I agree with Aloha 737-200. Too many people take it too seriously...i have left VAs for that very reason. I like flying for VAs that have a relaxed atmosphere and are friendly. However I think spam mail for VAs is just wrong. Really bad advertising if you ask me, Asia Air.

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