There's also United Virtual Airlines
, which has the support of the real-life carrier. In addition to their own fleet comprised of the 737-300, 737-500, A319, A320, 757-200, 767-300, 777-200, and the 747-400, their regional partners fly the B1900D, EMB-120, Saab 340, Dash 8, CRJ-200, ERJ-145, CRJ-700, and EMB-170, and that's not counting the aircraft types operated by their codeshare partners. Their December schedule alone contains more than 9,000 flights in every corner of the world. UVA offers a friendly staff and pilot base and a realistic operating environment including a booking system and checkrides that one must pass to ascend the ranks. There are also several utilities such as a Fuel, Weight, and V-Speed planner avaliable exclusively to UVA pilots.
If you prefer South American flying, there's always Lan Virtual
, based on the operations of the real-world Lan Airlines. Lan Virtual offers divisions in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Argentina, as well as a modern and varied fleet made up of the 737-200, A319, A320, 767-300, and A340, all of which come with easy-to-use installers. In addition, they have a unique "Report System" which works very similar to an ACARS system, recording your flight as it goes along so all you have to do to submit a PIREP is make a mouse click. Like UVA, Lan Virtual has the support of its real-world counterpart, as you can tell by the Lan advertisement on the home page. Their website is avaliable in Portuguese, Spanish, and English, and their pilot base encompasses all areas of the globe.