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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:32 am



Quoting KirkSeattle (Reply 148):
Wish I bought more fuel when it was $400!

having fun with the app? !!

Well that deserves a 20,000 share investment from WhineAir !!

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:37 am

I am buying 10K shares in WineAir. I am impressed Ihadapheo.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:57 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 149):
I am going to donate to my airline this weekend and get one 739 and 2 717's to expand my mlb hub.

I'll be flying through there next month, let me know if you need pictures of your hub !  Smile

Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 150):
Well that deserves a 20,000 share investment from WhineAir !!

IHAP

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 5:10 am

Quoting KirkSeattle (Reply 152):

I'll be flying through there next month, let me know if you need pictures of your hub !

PM me with a date so we can meet for drinks if possible.

HIA in conjunction with Boeing have signed an agreement for five 717-200's making the fleet total eight a/c effective 11/29/2009. CEO Kinghunter has stated economics are uncomparable and the a/c is perfect for the airlines current routes. Rumor has it more 739's are on the way pending financing from ILFC.

KH

[Edited 2009-11-19 21:21:21]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:47 pm

Quoting IHadAPheo (Reply 140):
Oh yes, my sole Q-400 reg Oswego is raking in the cash with high profits and mega aircraft flight time time utilization

How long before it is buried under 6 feet of snow and can't go anywhere..... I am glad I no longer live in there.



I am pleased as punch to announce the opening of our San Francisco focus city. In addition to SFO's existing service to ABQ and LAX we've opened new non-stop service to DFW, MDW, and YVR. Future routes from SFO will include transcons and Hawaii flights utilizing the Boeing 757-300. In the mid-term we plan on utilizing the excellent E-190-200 to fill a variety of mid-range routes from both ABQ and SFO and to upsize high demand routes currently being flown by our fleet of Fokkers.



Oh yeah and the ever so important fleet count....

5 ATR-72-500
5 Boeing 737-900
2 Fokker F70A
6 Fokker F100-Tay620
2 Fokker F100-Tay650
9 E-190-200

[Edited 2009-11-20 07:48:51]

[Edited 2009-11-20 07:49:17]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 5:52 pm

Unairworthy Airlines; an update.

The airline has suddenly ballooned in both stock price and operations. We feed half (well maybe a bit less) of the world through our Amsterdam hub.

Our fleet has grown ad we are now considering expanding in other areas of the world.

Fleet:

1 DC10-10
2 MD80
2 MD87
1 737-800
1 737-300
2 BAe146
3 CRJ100ER
8 Dash8 Q300

Destinations:

Europe:
Amsterdam (Hub)
Madrid
Palma de Mallorca
Ibiza

North America:
New York (Focus City)
Huntsville
Santo Domingo
Mexico City

Africa:
Accra (Focus City)
Freetown
N'Djamena

Asia:
Igarka
Omsk (Focus City)
Moscow
Kazan
Yakutsk
Phnom Penh
Chongqing (Focus City)
Beijing
Ulan-Ude

Oceania:
Darwin

Map:


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 9:14 pm

Nassau Airlines has just added a 5th CRJ1000 to its fleet and is currently operating the following routes:

NAS-ANU / CRJ1000
NAS-BDA / CRJ1000
NAS-FWA / CRJ1000
NAS-MBS / CRJ1000
NAS-MEX / CRJ1000
NAS-ACC / A319-100CJ
NAS-EZE / A319-100CJ
NAS-PRG / A319-100CJ



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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 10:51 pm

I got curious of all the facebook messages asking me to invest in people's airlines so I thought I'd give it a stab.

Drayton Airlines is a currently very small operation only 2 days old, based out of LHR. A small fleet that will soon be hopefully expanding consists of the following:

3 x DHC8-Q300
1 x CRJ100ER
1 x B737-800

Destinations ex-LHR of:

ACC (738)
BLL (DH3)
OSL (DH3)
IBZ (DH3)
SKG (CR1)

route map is currently looking like this:


I've no idea what I'm doing to be honest but I've got a couple of million in the bank waiting to purchase another 737 in a couple of days and some more fuel too when the price comes down. Stock seems to have gone up from 0.10 to 0.14 which can only be a good thing.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:06 pm

Fuel at $400. I just bought $2.4 mil worth of fuel....now I have buyer's remorese  Silly
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Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:09 pm

bought only $600k. Still enough to have enough for a few days...
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:10 pm



Quoting LHRjc (Reply 157):
I've no idea what I'm doing to be honest

Careful, that's just the kind of leadership I hear BMI are looking for  duck 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:10 pm



Quoting LHRjc (Reply 157):
've no idea what I'm doing to be honest

Well WhineAir is extremely impressed by your honesty, so much so that I will raise a vodka and tang in your honor (a triple no less.. in the hot tub no less). In addition I have invested the last 19,998 shares available to invest in your nifty airline. Shortly I will be able to divest my portfolio of 20,000 shares from an under-performing and will invest a substantial portion of these so to be freed shares in your firm

IHAP

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:13 pm



Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 158):
Fuel at $400. I just bought $2.4 mil worth of fuel....now I have buyer's remorese Silly

Never such a thing w/ cheap gas. unfortunately I was low on cash and was only able to pick up 1.5million pounds. that doesn't last very long these days w/ 32 aircraft. I would have gotten more, but I did buy 3 planes so far today.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:17 pm



Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 160):
Careful, that's just the kind of leadership I hear BMI are looking for

Why thank you, I feel my first few decisions are very BMI-esque at present until I figure out what I'm doing!

Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 161):
so much so that I will raise a vodka and tang in your honor (a triple no less.. in the hot tub no less). In addition I have invested the last 19,998 shares available to invest in your nifty airline.

Ah wonderful, thanks very much! Once I have my next plane I shall start dabbling in the stock market myself! I promise to try to maximise the return on your investment  Smile

Just spent 400k on some fuel but the income overnight will cover that so I'm happy. Hmmm this is getting addictive!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:18 pm

bought 2.4 million lbs. Should last me three days till I hit one million.

I am going to switch my 739 to Quito and put my 717 on Mexico City. I love my 717's. Very great a/c. How do airbuses do?

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:22 pm

Quoting DesertJets (Reply 162):
Never such a thing w/ cheap gas. unfortunately I was low on cash and was only able to pick up 1.5million pounds. that doesn't last very long these days w/ 32 aircraft. I would have gotten more, but I did buy 3 planes so far today.

I was gonna buy a 737 but I was running low on fuel, so I dropped most of the money there. I still have a bit over a mil left in my account, so probably will buy an aircraft tomorrow.

Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 161):

Just bought another 9999 of your stock  Smile

I'm starting to get bored by the game a bit though.

[Edited 2009-11-20 15:26:19]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:40 pm

funny, everyone hedging fuel. A guy I know just performs all the flights he needs to do, then buys up to 1lbs fuel, and performs all the flights again (going into negative fuel). While he has to pay market prices for fuel, he is outperforming everyone I know in terms of stockprice (in the .15-.30 region). Seems like it's working, thinking about doing the same.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:46 pm



Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 165):
I still have a bit over a mil left in my account, so probably will buy an aircraft tomorrow.

Hmmm, I might be able to donate $25-30 on your behalf which would take you to 50-60 million.. this depends on near term real world issues...

IHAP

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 7:05 am

Update: Albuquerque Airlines

Fleet:

ATR-72-210 (N123VA) (ABQ-DFW)

Boeing 737-800 (N122VA) (ABQ-JFK)

CRJ-100 (N124VA) (ABQ-YYC)
CRJ-100 (N125VA) (ABQ-LAX)

Embraer E-190 (N126VA) (ABQ-CUN)
Embraer E-190 (N127VA) (ABQ-MEX)
Embraer E-190 (N128VA) (ABQ-YVR)

My next aircraft purchase will be another 737-800.

[Edited 2009-11-20 23:29:22]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 12:05 pm

Ive been doing this for about a week or so now, im slowly getting the hang of it, but dont really understand it all!  laughing 

FlyLondon Airlines is my airline and are based out of LHR. I have a small fleet of narrowbody aircraft with an eventual aim to start some transatlantic services using either a 757-300 or 767-200.

Fleet & Routes

EMB 190-200 (G-FLA*)
LHR-AMS
LHR-MAD
LHR-GLA
LHR-PRG

Boeing 737-700 (G-FLC*)
LHR-PMI

Boeing 737-900 (G-FLC*)
LHR-TXL
LHR-FRA
LHR-OSL

Boeing 757-300 (G-FLDA)
LHR-IBZ

Airbus A319CJ (G-FLBA)
LHR-EZE

Anyone got any hints or tips?

Matt
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 12:06 pm

I just bought a 4th plane for Normandie Airlines. A CRJ 900NG will be on the Paris-Dublin route while the 738 is now on the newly opened Paris-Dakar route. My current fleet:

B737-800 (CDG-DKR)
CRJ 900NG (CDG-DUB)
CRJ 100 (CDG-BAR)
ATR 42-300 (CDG-AMS)
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 2:14 pm

Update on Hornet International Airlines Fleet:

B717-200's

N100HA MLB-IAD
N101HA MLB-Winnipeg
N103HA MLB-MDW
N106HA MLB-BDA
N102HA MLB-ANU
N105HA MLB-BZE

B739
N130HA MLB-MTY

All routes are advertised with billboards and have 100% or near 100% load factors as a result.

Will be buying another B717 (N104HA) for MLB-Duluth, MN

KH

[Edited 2009-11-21 06:21:27]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 3:02 pm

I must be cursed. It's my fifth incident in one week (on three different planes). I'm paying $4,300/day for maintenance and still my planes are having some problems. Is it the same for you? How does this maintenance thing work?
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:12 pm



Quoting GrahamHill (Reply 172):
I must be cursed. It's my fifth incident in one week (on three different planes). I'm paying $4,300/day for maintenance and still my planes are having some problems. Is it the same for you? How does this maintenance thing work?

It's completely random, so hopefully your luck will change soon. Older aircraft are not more likely to go tech, nor are Russian aircraft - which is what some people would expect.

I do find it rather bemusing though that one of my Yak 42Ds just suffered from a faulty screen. Screen, what screen - it doesn't have display screens to go wrong in the first place!


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:28 pm

This is funny. My 739 has a high maintenance cost compared to my 717's. My next a/c will be to ditch the 739 and get a 737-700. Looks like I am floridan equivalent of Air Tran. I will be purchasing my 8th 717 and 1st 737-700; N1HA. All my 717's are N100HA and upwards. Well looks like I will be purchasing a DC10-10; N1HA.

KH

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 4:28 pm

I have only had 3 faults in the entire game, maybe I'm lucky, but 2 came together.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:07 pm

How does the stock thing work?
i currenly have
3x a330-300
35x a321
7xa340-200

Phasing the A340-200 out for the A330-300 More capacity

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Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:41 pm

Next destinations, Suarabaya, beirut, paris, Accra
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:54 pm



Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 173):
I do find it rather bemusing though that one of my Yak 42Ds just suffered from a faulty screen. Screen, what screen - it doesn't have display screens to go wrong in the first place!

Probably the windscreen  smile 

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 173):
not more likely to go tech, nor are Russian aircraft - which is what some people would expect.

Only a complete fool would expect that!  biggrin 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:36 pm

ValuJet Update:

Stock price at last post: $2.54

Current stock price: ^ $3.64

Route Network/Fleet:

The ATL hub has seen temporary reductions in service as the ATR-72 fleet has been reduced and redeployed on short routes from the IND hub. Previous destinations from ATL will return on a mix of Boeing 717s and Embraer 195s. The IND hub has continued to provide significant profits for the airline both domestically and internationally, and will continue its major growth. The JFK hub will also continue to be grown as a European gateway along with the addition of some domestic and Asian flights. ValuJet also plans to open a new hub in the western United States in the coming days.

ATL Hub:

ATL-ANC / Boeing 757-300 / N505VJ
ATL-JFK / Boeing 717-200 / N412VJ
ATL-LAX / Embraer 195AR / N300VJ
ATL-SAN / Embraer 195AR / N303VJ
ATL-SDQ / Embraer 195AR / N306VJ
ATL-SXM / Embraer 195AR / N307VJ
ATL-YQX / Embraer 195AR / N305VJ
ATL-YVR / Embraer 195AR / N302VJ

IND Hub:

IND-AKL / Boeing 787-8 / N601VJ
IND-ANC / Boeing 757-300 / N506VJ
IND-BDA / Boeing 717-200 / N402VJ
IND-BNA / ATR-72-600 / N210VJ
IND-CPT / Boeing 787-8 / N602VJ
IND-GDL / Boeing 717-200 / N407VJ
IND-GRR / ATR-72-600 / N205VJ
IND-JFK / Boeing 717-200 / N405VJ
IND-LAS / Boeing 717-200 / N411VJ
IND-LAX / Boeing 717-200 / N403VJ
IND-MEX / Boeing 717-200 / N409VJ
IND-NDJ / Boeing 767-200ER / N001VJ
IND-ORD / ATR-72-600 / N203VJ
IND-PEK / Boeing 767-200ER / N000VJ
IND-SAN / Boeing 717-200 / N401VJ
IND-SDQ / Boeing 717-200 / N410VJ
IND-SFO / Boeing 717-200 / N404VJ
IND-SJD / Boeing 717-200 / N408VJ
IND-VTE / Boeing 787-8 / N600VJ
IND-YOW / ATR-72-600 / N212VJ
IND-YQX / Boeing 717-200 / N406VJ
IND-YVR / Boeing 717-200 / N400VJ

JFK Hub:

JFK-ATL / Boeing 717-200 / N412VJ
JFK-FRA / Boeing 757-300 / N500VJ
JFK-ICN / Boeing 767-200ER / N002VJ
JFK-IND / Boeing 717-200 / N405VJ
JFK-LUX / Boeing 757-300 / N502VJ
JFK-MAD / Boeing 757-300 / N504VJ
JFK-OSL / Boeing 757-300 / N503VJ
JFK-SAN / Embraer 195AR / N304VJ
JFK-TXL / Boeing 757-300 / N501VJ
JFK-YVR / Embraer 195AR / N301VJ
319/320/321/712/733/734/735/73G/738/752/753/763/CR2/CR9/DH8/135/145/170/175/190/D9S/D94/D95/M82/M83/M88
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:52 pm



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 164):
How do airbuses do

They have their ups and downs....

Quoting LHRjc (Reply 163):
Ah wonderful, thanks very much! Once I have my next plane I shall start dabbling in the stock market myself! I promise to try to maximise the return on your investment Smile

Your stock is moving upwards at a nice pace, so much so that i further reduced my holdings in another airline who is burning through repeated infusions of venture capital whilst making dubious fleet and routing decisions.

I have take 10,000 from them and invested those shares in your firm

The shares of WhineAir may be in for a period of temporarily reduce growth as the CEO/CFO/CV&TO (Chief Vodka and Tang Officer) has non-virtual financial responsibilities to attend to.... (I have to work this weekend)


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:09 pm

Well my DC10 is doing well on the MEX run from MLB.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 9:31 pm

I find that because I am not next to a computer all day, that having majority long routes for each aircraft is a good idea; it keeps them in the air for longer. Hence why I have a BAe146 on a 2000km route (2000km range - 0km below maximum) and a DC10-10 on a 6424km route (6436km range - 12km below maximum)
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:09 pm



Quoting Extspotter (Reply 182):
I find that because I am not next to a computer all day,

I'm 'lucky' in that respect, I spend all day on a PC, so every time I take a tea break I'll launch off all the flights again.

I'm up to 31 routes now, with a plan for my expansion to focus around three mini-hubs (Petropavlovsk Kamchatsky, Khabarovsk and Yakust) and two major hubs (Vladivostok and Moscow). The second major hub is yet to be established, as the airline is still waiting on the very late delivery of it's first Il-62Ms.

Vladivostok (Based Aircraft = Tu-154M, Yak-42D):

Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Sapporo
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Narita
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Seoul
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Beijing
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Osaka
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Pyongyang
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Shanghai
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Fukuoka
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Busan
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Kyoto
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Khabarovsk
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Okinawa
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Blagoveshchensk
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok - Hong Kong
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok - Cebu
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok - Manila
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok - Vientiane

A further 6 Tu-154M routes are planned. Once long haul Il-62M or Il-96M become avilable two or three Yak-42Ds will be transferred to Moscow to act as a feed there. They will be replaced by more Tu-154Ms, which will either be new or as a result of some of the more profitable current Tu-154M routes being upgraded.

Petropavlovosk Kamchatsky (Based Aircraft = An-24, An-148-100A, An148-100B):

An-24 ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Vladivostok (Upgrade to An-148-100B)
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Beijing
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Osaka
An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Sapporo
An-24 ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Narita (Upgrade to An-148-100B)
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Anchorage
An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Magadan
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (Downgrade to An-148-100A and place aircraft on the Narita route when it's next back at base)
An-24 ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Anadyr (Upgrade to An-148-100A)

Khaborovsk (Based Aircraft = Il-114-100):

Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Beijing
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Yakutsk

Il-114-100s will be kept and put through C check.

Yakutsk (Based Aircraft = An-140-100 + An-24 on order):

An-140-100 ... Yakutsk - Magadan
An-24 ... Yakutsk - TBA
An-24 ... Yakutsk - TBA
An-24 ... Yakutsk - TBA

As the An-24s come around to C check I will probably replace them, but for now they will do to open up routes.


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:39 pm

Time for an update from PrivJet. We are expanding fast, and are very happy with the development. The first of the props has left the fleet, and we have received our first widebody (in addition to the CEO Big grin ). We still have our HUB in OSL, but are concidering setting up one more in Russia

The fleet now looks like this:

1 Q300 flying to CPH
4 ATR72-500 flying to KSU, RIX, DUB and MMK
1 Challenger 601 flying to LOS
1 ERJ 170-100 flying to AAR
18 ERJ 190-200 flying to LUX, KZN, WAW, ROV, VOZ, TLL, LHR, PES, BLL, GLA, FAE, AAL, AMS, HAM, PMI, UCT, KIV and ZAG
7 B739 flying to NNM, PRG, VOG, TXL, IBZ, AYT and SKG
4 TU204-120 flying to MOW, FRA, MAD and KGD
1 A318 Elite flying to YOW
2 B753 flying to NYC and BDA
1 A300B2 flying to BCN

We have just bought enought fuel to last until the next 400$ period

The last Q300 will go soon, and be replaced by a ERJ. The Challenger 601 will also go soon and be replaced by a A318, and in addition a couple more will be aquired for expansion. Eventually also the ATRs will be repalced by ERJs. More TU204s and A300s are also on their way. We expect to make a decision on a longhaul widebody fleet in the next couple of days.

Stock has dropped to 1.99 after the latest fuel purchase, but this will be recovered in no-time. We are very happy with the development of our stock, and expect the positive development to continue. So use this oportunity to buy stocks now, because it is going up rapidly.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:55 pm

Dan:
Our route networks are starting to grow closer together: well, your nice hube and spoke and as someone earlier put it; the spinnings of a spider on acid.

Between the two of us we have two linked parts of our network, Beijing and Yakutsk.
I have a Q300 between Beijing and Chongqing for further connections to Phnom Penh and Ulan-Ude. The better of the two connections is Yakutsk, where you have a mini-hub feeding service which would work well with my DC10-10 to Amsterdam, mainly because I need more seats sold through connections istead of paying for advertising which is way too expensive.

In other news I am looking into buying another DC10-10, this time based in New York. Likely route options are La Paz and Frankfurt. Any preferences?
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:13 pm



Quoting Extspotter (Reply 185):
Between the two of us we have two linked parts of our network, Beijing and Yakutsk.
I have a Q300 between Beijing and Chongqing for further connections to Phnom Penh and Ulan-Ude. The better of the two connections is Yakutsk, where you have a mini-hub feeding service which would work well with my DC10-10 to Amsterdam, mainly because I need more seats sold through connections istead of paying for advertising which is way too expensive.

Yes out networks have started to become aligned, there was a little method in my Yakutsk hub  Wink Ultimately Yakutsk, Vladivostok, Khaborovsk and Petropavlovosk Kamchatsky will all have flights to MOW, you could them feed in from AMS to MOW as well.

At this rate I'll have to buy some 767s, I wish the game would hurry up and get the Ilyushin Heavies loaded  grumpy 


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:17 pm

Just route furter into the interior; Ulan-Ude and Omsk are in a good area for Tu154 range, how about Ekaterinburg?
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:27 pm

Anybody else getting "unable to communicate" when you hit start flights??

Anyway, Upwards Airline is at 131 flights now!!
Turn left heading 080 contact departure
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:28 pm

From what I've looked at, such as Irkutsk, the demand is in the 60% bracket. Next move that way will be to Ulanbaataar before linking up some more of the Northern cities to Vladivostok.


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:03 am

Well I like DC10's profit on MEX. I am exercising my option on two more DC-10 10's to commence MLB- YYZ. I am currently in talks with Boeing to acquire three more 717's plus four options. Also, a new hub will be established at Anchorage with three 717's to commence services to Russia. The other DC10-10 will be used to link both the ANC and MLB together.

KH
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:23 am

To get the business jet achievement you must buy the A318 elite. Go to buy aircraft and search for 15 pax and min range of 7000 km. Right now it is 204K. As a result new service from MLB-ANC was initiated.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:23 am

For those of you who are looking for a way to start your flights automatically, I've found something which might help you out.

Below is a link to a script which will get things going automatically.

http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/61987
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:28 am



Quoting Bill142 (Reply 192):
Below is a link to a script which will get things going automatically.



Using a script to autorun your routes is a TOS, AM has the ability to detect automated programs, they can and will delete your account for using such programs.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 1:54 am

I am announcing a three stage plan to build the ANC hub which will feature three routes flown with 732adv equipment.

Stage one:

MLB will go all hub 717 equipment effective immediately
New Routes opening will be ANC-IKS(732) , ANC-YKS(732), ANC-NRT (D10), and ANC HKG (A318 Elite)

Stage Two:

Two DC10's will be placed into service on ANC-Vientine and ANC-PEK service
More 717's will be added to open ORD, BOS, DFW from MLB
Replace 732's with 737-700 equipment and use 732's to expand MLB and ANC

Stage Three:

Introduce 763's or A330's to replace D10's

KH
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 3:37 am



Quoting Bill142 (Reply 192):
For those of you who are looking for a way to start your flights automatically, I've found something which might help you out

yay!  Big grin

Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 193):
Using a script to autorun your routes is a TOS, AM has the ability to detect automated programs, they can and will delete your account for using such programs.

IHAP

oh  Sad

Quoting Extspotter (Reply 182):
I find that because I am not next to a computer all day, that having majority long routes for each aircraft is a good idea; it keeps them in the air for longer.

 bigthumbsup 

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 183):
Petropavlovosk Kamchatsky (Based Aircraft = An-24, An-148-100A, An148-100B):

An-24 ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Vladivostok (Upgrade to An-148-100B)
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Beijing
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Osaka
An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Sapporo

I found PKC to Fukuoka, Japan to be a little gem if you have the aircraft to make it there.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:06 am

Brolga Airlines now Extra Wide on the Vodka Route

Brolga Airline is pleased to announce it has purchased 2 Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners enabling service between Brisbane, Moscow (Domodedovo) and Fukuoka with a third arriving in the next couple of days to inaugurate service to Yakutsk to celebrate we are offering special "Freeze your ass off Fares" this Northern Winter from all Australian/New Zealand stations to Ulan Ude, Petropavlovsk Kamchatskiy, Yakutsk and Moscow


Our 54 strong fleet now consists of

21 Sukhoi SJ95
5 Tupolev Tu 204-120
12 Boeing 737-700
3 Boeing 737-700ER
11 Boeing 737-900ER
2 Boeing 787-8

serving the following destinations

Australia

Brisbane
Sydney
Melbourne
Adelaide
Perth
Darwin

New Zealand
Auckland
Wellington

Fiji
Suva

Papua New Guinea
Port Moresby

Indonesia
Denpasar
Surabaya
Jakarta
Medan

Malaysia/Singapore
Singapore North (Johor Bahru)
Kuala Lumpur
Kuching
Penang

Brunei
Bandar Seri Begawan

Thailand
Bangkok
Phuket

Cambodia
Phnom Penh
Siem Reap

China
Hong Kong
Shanghai
Beijing

Japan
Fukuoka

Russia
Moscow
Ulan Ude
Petropavlovsk

Just Hedged over 50m lbs of fuel at $400/100 lbs

Shares at $4.48

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 10:19 am

Unairworthy Airlines has just undergone a wave of Q300isation; with the fleet more than doubling from 11 to 27, filling all the registrations in the G-UNC# designation, leading to the start of a new one; G-ECO#. This has also led to the massive expansion of regional operations for our focus cities:

Focus cities with new Q300s:
Chongqing
Ulan-Ude
Yakutsk
Omsk
Igarka
Amsterdam
New York

With the massive Russian regional expansion, we can now work closer with providing feed across Russia for Annthiea Airlines.

Map now:

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 1:51 pm

OK, spent lots of cash on the following airlines:
Sabena World Airlines
Pan-Siberian Airlines
PrivJet Airlines
Think Global Airlines
Unairworthy Airlines

so don't disappoint me or the SEC and me will get to you during the shareholders meetings  Wink

So be kind to invest in WeFlyEverywhere Airlines. I'm thinking of going all E190-200 (6 so far), dumping the Dash-8-300s (7 of 'em).

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 2

Sun Nov 22, 2009 3:49 pm

All hail BoVoBa Airlines, the path to true happiness in life. Our name and motto, from the French verbs boire, voler, and baiser, express our philosophy toward life and our desired passenger experience. Reflecting our bilingual heritage, we'll be centering our operations around our two nascent hubs at YUL and IAD. We will be starting off with regional operations around both hubs, eventually branching out to longer-range operations from both and a shuttle service in between.

Our present fleet includes:

1x B737-800
3x ATR42-500

Routes ex YUL:
YUL-YYZ
YUL-IAD

Routes ex IAD:
IAD-CLT
IAD-ORD

Expansion plans include the introduction of E-Jets on hub-hub routes, the use of B737 for longer stage lengths, and eventual growth to 15 destinations from each hub. Investment, however, is needed. So, if you'd like to drink, fly, and f***, invest in BoVoBa!

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