57AZ
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Airline 6.0 Fleet

Sat Jan 01, 2005 5:52 am

Anyone have a Airline 6.0 fleet that they'd like to post here?

I'm presently in 1980, having started operations in the early 1970s in the Western Hemisphere-North America, Central and South America. My company, Southwest Airlines (business model following the actual carrier) is primarily a low cost carrier though we do operate contract cargo flights and provide premium services on some routes. Unlike the actual Southwest, we do not employ a single aircraft type but have limited our fleet to two basic types with the smallest number of configurations and service levels possible. We're more like what you would get if you combined Alaska Airlines and Southwest.

Presently, our fleet has the following makeup:

737-100: 6

737-200: 19

737-200 Advanced: 66

737-200C: 82

DC-10-30: 1

DC-10-30F: 13

DC-10-40: 31

On Order:

737-200 Advanced: 30

DC-10-40: 24
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RE: Airline 6.0 Fleet

Sun Jan 02, 2005 3:23 pm

Cool, IF AND WHEN I get Airline my airline SIMON AIR will consist of a domestic 727/737 fleet for the first ten years and then go international with the 767 and 747 varients.
 
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RE: Airline 6.0 Fleet

Mon Jan 03, 2005 3:37 am

I'm now into 1984 and have added feeder service to smaller communities. We experimented with the DHC-7-150 but decided that the operating costs were too high considering the payload. The Dash 7s were replaced with BAE 146-100s which have proven to be more successful on most services. We still try to limit the number of aircraft types operated and stay with one engine maker where possible. Right now we operate three types in mainline service (757s and 767 counted as one type due to common type rating) and one type in regional service.

1984 Q1

Southwest fleet:

737-100: 7

737-200: 19

737-200 Advanced: 100

737-200C: 92

757-200 Pratt and Whitney: 22

767-200 Pratt and Whitney: 14

DC-10-30: 1

DC-10-30F: 13

DC-10-40: 65

BAe 146-100: 34

On Order

737-300: 15

757-200 Pratt and Whitney: 25

767-200 Pratt and Whitney: 12

DC-10-40: 30

BAe 146-100: 10
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RE: Airline 6.0 Fleet

Thu Jan 06, 2005 3:19 am

interglobal fleet @ Feb. 2005

Bases: LHR/JFK
5 MD-88
10 737-800
5 757-200 RR engines
26 767-300ER PW/GE engines
5 767-400ER PW/GE engines
7 777-200ER PW/GE engines

we're ordering replacement aircraft for the PW engined crafts, moving to an all GE CF6/90 Fleet

on order:
14 777-200ER GE engines
5 777-300ER
5 777-200LR
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RE: Airline 6.0 Fleet

Sat Jan 08, 2005 11:26 am

what is the website?
 
57AZ
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RE: Airline 6.0 Fleet

Sun Jan 09, 2005 3:31 am

Airline 6.0 is available from www.airlinesimulation.com. However, Airline 6.0 is not an online game-it has to be ordered and downloaded or shipped and only Airline Online is available from the net.
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RE: Airline 6.0 Fleet

Sun Jan 09, 2005 6:00 am

Hey guys can someone tell me if you can download this game straight from them, so I don't have to wait for the CD version? Thanks.

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57AZ
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RE: Airline 6.0 Fleet

Sun Jan 09, 2005 12:13 pm

Yes, you can purchase Airline 6.0 online and download. Just make certain that all of the files are downloaded into the same file on your desktop. Downloads are off the member page of the Airline Simulation site, once you get the e-mail from AS, register to get access to the member's site and enter your product code. The folks who ordered the CD version are going to have a bit of a wait to get theirs.
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