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Vega9000 Airlines.

Notice to investors:

We are happy with our current routes, as demand has remained high and bringing in some nice profits. However, we feel that capacity is short, particularly with those routes served with the BAe146. Therefore, we have decided to put expansion on hold for now, and begin a gradual phase-out of this type. We plan on introducing the MD-88 to those routes served by the ERJ190-200, and to put the latter on the routes served by the BAe146.
Please bear with us as stock prices might take some hits during this transition. However, fuel stocks are high, so no need to buy in the next few days.
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HIA mini update and notice to future and existing investors:

Due to problems with the 737-700 and introduction of E-Jets; We have decided to replace 73G's with 752's and 753's. The E-Jets will take up the slack in between. Our goal is for the 757 series to form the backbone of our fleet. Effective immediately all remaining Q400's are to be sold and 737-700's will be replaced on a route priority basis. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

Hornet International Airlines CEO,
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Quoting Bohica (Reply 34):
Our stock price dipped a bit to $3.29 because we just bought 25,000,000 lbs. of fuel.

SEVA's stock price is now $3.58, and I just bought another 10,000,000 pounds at $400/1000.

Quoting Bohica (Reply 34):
B787-8's are on the way.

SEVA is pround to announce the delivery of their first 787-8 last night. After delivery, N801VA departed ORF on its innaugural flight to JNB. The 250 passengers onboard are being pampered by SEVA's Divas.
 
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Thankyou for investing, Have returned the favour!

Quoting Vega9000 (Reply 51):
Vega9000 Airlines.

Notice to investors:

Invested 15000

Quoting KirkSeattle (Reply 31):
Invest in Pacific Gateway Airlines! ! !

Invested 25000

Quick Update from FlyLondon Airlines:

Stock rate is currently 1.52 and climbing.

Billboard advertising running for all routes and most operating with 100% or near to loads.

Our newest 767-200 was delivered today and put to work on the newly started LHR-ORD route. 100% load factor, a promising start. She should touch down in about 6 hours time.

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Fly Dutch Airlines

News from the Low Countries.

8 x Airbus A320-200
2 x Airbus A330-300
10 x Airbus A321-200
10 x Fokker F100 Tay 620
2 x Fokker F100 Tay 650

Growth is slow but very sound and very steady. Three F100's have been made redundant. Six new A320-200's have been delivered.

There is a veritable lake full of cheaply purchased fuel  biggrin 

Stocks are currently at $ 4.13, up from $ 3.50 last Monday. Investors .... yet again .... don't wait too long. Some folk are already realising a lot of new capital.

See also communiques #42 and #219 of Facebook Airline Manager Part 3 (by MCOflyer Nov 24 2009 in Non Aviation)

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Quoting DunaA320 (Reply 54):
Quick Update from FlyLondon Airlines:

Stock rate is currently 1.52 and climbing.

Billboard advertising running for all routes and most operating with 100% or near to loads.

Our newest 767-200 was delivered today and put to work on the newly started LHR-ORD route. 100% load factor, a promising start. She should touch down in about 6 hours time.

Matt

Just bought 2500 in stock
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Quoting RobertNL070 (Reply 55):
Stocks are currently at $ 4.13, up from $ 3.50 last Monday. Investors .... yet again .... don't wait too long. Some folk are already realising a lot of new capital.

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Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 52):
Due to problems with the 737-700 and introduction of E-Jets; We have decided to replace 73G's with 752's and 753's. The E-Jets will take up the slack in between.

Interesting moves to say the least. All this fleet churning must be a drain on you cash on hand as the amount of $ you lose in resale is quite substantial. Add in the purchase cost of new metal to resulting staff training costs and the resulting sum is pretty steep indeed.

Depending on the 757/767 subtypes you are going with your ROI may be quite a bit smaller than your 737-700. Perhaps you might fine tune your fleet/route structure and earn a war-chest of cash to fund further major fleet upheavals.

In addition your venture capital infusions must have yo close to the 2 free A-380s perhaps keeping one and selling of the other would pad your cash on hand and allow you to earn serious $ with the remaining A-380.

WhineAIr is positively giddy to announce that our share price has moved past $2.20/share and strong route profits have pushed the cash on hand total to more than $125 million (those late night milk runs are paying off) in addition company values has moved to $22 million.

I am happy with the route structure and fleet mix as it is very profitable I will continue to make the odd tweak when an opportunity presents itself that allows a marked improvement in route/fleet profit

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Quoting DunaA320 (Reply 57):

It makes sense. Thank you for your confidence. You won't be disappointed  Smile
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Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 52):
Due to problems with the 737-700 and introduction of E-Jets; We have decided to replace 73G's with 752's and 753's. The E-Jets will take up the slack in between. Our goal is for the 757 series to form the backbone of our fleet. Effective immediately all remaining Q400's are to be sold and 737-700's will be replaced on a route priority basis. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

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Woohoo 69 aircraft!!! *snickers like a dumb teenager*

And my stock crossed the $5.00 mark. Needless to say my virtual earnings will be putting Zippy's actual child through virtual college.



My GDL hub is growing nicely w/ nonstop service to ABQ, SFO, IAH, MDW, TPA, JFK, and SAL.

I also discovered how it would be nice to see all my routes served in one easy to sort list. This became readily apparent when I discovered SFO-PHL is served by 2 753s. Once one of them comes back to the barn that extra 753 is headed to El Salvador.
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Quoting IHadAPheo (Reply 58):
to fund further major fleet upheavals.

(my bold)

      

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As 00:00 CET approaches, so does the prospect of affordable advertising.

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Quoting DesertJets (Reply 61):
And my stock crossed the $5.00 mark. Needless to say my virtual earnings will be putting Zippy's actual child through virtual college.

Well considering the fact the my holdings in your way cool firm are now valued at $ 1,002,226.00 I would say Lizzie can start to pick out the virtual university of her dreams!!. In addition your route structure look like a very nifty Christmas tree!!. It will be a bit a while before I approach your fleet size as i am a bit of a timid old man

Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 60):
Dude! Lay off the Ritalin for a while

or reach therapeutic blood levels (a dysthymic chimp should talk .. cough)

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Have you all looked in your inbox and claimed your 200 free pax bonus points?
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Quoting RussianJet (Reply 64):
Have you all looked in your inbox and claimed your 200 free pax bonus points?

Just did. Thanks. I'll probably just trade them off for AM trusted status....don't know if it matters with the revenue.
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TOPAC Airlines mini-update:

We have added another 6x ERJ190-200ARs to our fleet. Five of these aircraft are serving ATL-BLI, ATL-BOG, ATL-FAT, ATL-SEA, and ATL-GND. The sixth has been assigned to ATL-ORD to test the performance and profitability of a shorter, higher-frequency route, which will in turn influence whether the CRJ1000 fleet will be replaced by E-jets when they reach their first C-checks. As the oldest CRJ is still not even halfway to its first C-check, and they are still performing very economically for us, no CRJ is likely to be replaced soon.

Our stock is at $2.17 and climbing, up 27% from its position of $1.71 around this time yesterday, which beat our estimates. We still maintain ample fuel and cash reserves and believe we will continue to experience continued successful growth. The current plan is to continue to expand the ERJ fleet, evaluate options for possible longhaul growth, and consider at what point we will expand to an additional hub.

Stock is still available. Invest now!
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Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 65):

Just did. Thanks. I'll probably just trade them off for AM trusted status....don't know if it matters with the revenue.

I did that too.

HIA announces that we have four EMB170-200AR a/c and two EMB170-100AR a/c in service to replacing five Q400's. New routes from ORD include Merida, Mexico and ORD-YYJ. HIA is satisfied with the turn to a more economical fleet. HIA also announces the replacement of its 762's with 762ER a/c. HIA is very pleased to be partnering with Chicago based Boeing.

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Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 67):
HIA also announces the replacement of its 762's with 762ER a/c.

You are replacing a 767-200 that costs roughly $7,967,711 with an ROI of 27.08% with a 767-200 ER that costs roughly $14,199,834 with an ROI of 7.61%?

you are going to lose a minimum of $1.1 million on the sale of the-200 and $6 million in acquisition cost per plane to which you will have to add staff training of roughly $90K per plane it looks like you will be spending $7.5 million to gain a 1 Lb/Km efficiency and the 5,000KM range increase (which decreases frequency, though you will gain a bit in decreased airport fees).

The decrease in ROI is significant and you will have to make many flights to recoup your costs, this entails keeping the birds for a longer period of time than you have kept any bird to date

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Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 68):

The decrease in ROI is significant and you will have to make many flights to recoup your costs, this entails keeping the birds for a longer period of time than you have kept any bird to date

N203HA - N205HA have 150+ hours on them. I plan on keeping them until they hit 300hrs. They will not get replaced but rather be used to open new routes. I may add to the 73G fleet because it fills the gap. I got rid of my A318 elite to further my fleet simplication. My two Q400's remaining are on ORD-MSO and BRU- Rabat, Morocco. I will replace them tomorrow morning with EMB170-200AR a/c. I like my ERJ fleet as they allow me to open new thin routes. As for my 762's, I want to be able to interchange a/c to level off the hours on them.

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HANCOX Airlines would like to announce that we have just purchases 2 x DC9-10 aircraft to perform evaluation on the type as a means of capacity increase on our shorthaul markets and to replace our current mixed fleet on ATR42-400 and ATR42-500 this fleet contains 35 frames

There are increased staffing costs with this solution, however our primary concern is that the implementation of this new fleet will see and increase of 4lbs/km in fuel burn, I am considering the 73G as this offers and even higher seat count in regards to capacity increase however the acquisition cost is substantially higher. With the 73G however the increase in fuel burn will only be 1lb/km
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Quoting MWHCVT (Reply 70):
With the 73G however the increase in fuel burn will only be 1lb/km

The 73G is a great a/c. I operate one transatlantic from BRU-ACY and it does very well to the point I am replacing it with a 753 and relocating the 73G to YYJ.
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=== ValuJet Airlines ===

ValuJet is pleased to announce that its company value has surpassed $100,000,000 today, and that stock is currently trading at $10.03 per share. I hope that the investors are pleased with the continued growth, which has been achieved without the help of any venture capital. Nearly fifty million pounds of fuel are locked in at the low rate of $400/1,000 lbs, and all routes are being advertised with billboards. The company continues to welcome new investors.

Network Announcements:


  • - A new hub has opened at LAX, along with a focus city at DCA.

  • - The first route to Hawaii has been opened between LAX and ITO.

  • - The first non-US route has been opened between BOG and GIG.

  • - ValuJet announces a new premium transcontinental service called ValuJet Choice. It is being operated on our new Airbus A321-200 jets, with service currently operating between the following city pairs: JFK-LAX, JFK-SFO, DCA-LAX, DCA-SEA, DCA-SFO, and MIA-LAX. Service will soon be added between BOS-LAX, BOS-SEA, BOS-SFO, JFK-SEA, MIA-SEA, and MIA-SFO.

  • - ValuJet Shuttle is also going to be expanded to the west coast with service to commence between LAX and both SEA and SFO as well as between SEA and SFO. SAN service is being evaluated.


Current Fleet / Quantity:


  • - Aerospatiale ATR-72-600 / 4
  • - Airbus A321-200 / 10
  • - Airbus A330-200 / 2
  • - Airbus A330-300 / 2
  • - Airbus A340-600 / 2
  • - Airbus A350-900R / 1
  • - Boeing 717-200 / 15
  • - Boeing 757-300 / 8
  • - Embraer 190-200AR / 10
  • - McDonnell Douglas MD-90-50 / 6


Current Route Network:

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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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Slowly growing my little airline bit by bit. Now with hubs in PHX, MCI, and growing focus cities at DFW and PHL.

Now have 14 Q400's running:
PHX-ORD
PHX-DFW
PHX-MCI
PHX-MSP

DFW-ORD
DFW-PHL

MCI-SEA
MCI-PHL
MCI-MCO
MCI-NYC
MCI-MIA
MCI-BOS

PHL-MIA
PHL-MSP

Also have recently added 2 ERJ-190-100AR aircraft for long haul out of our Phoenix hub. This aircraft has a range of 4448km and carries 110 passengers.

Current 190 routes
PHX-PHL
PHX-MIA
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Supergman Airlines is pleased to announce after a couple of days of frenzied activity we now have a fleet of 20 aircraft and have acquired fuel reserves of over 20,000,000lbs. Are fleet and route network now looks like this.

ERJ 190-200
LHR - BRU
LHR - KGD
LHR - ZAG
LHR - AMS
LHR - TLL
LHR - TXL
LHR - MLA
LHR - HAM
LHR - RBA
LHR - FRA
LHR - PRG
LHR - ATH
LHR - DME
LHR - BCN
LHR - ARN
LHR - MAD
LHR - ALG

ERJ 190-200LR
LHR - VOG
LHR - KZN

Airbus A321-200
LHR - ABV

Share price is still at a low $0.68 but rising all the time.

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Quoting Gman94 (Reply 74):

I would look at adding DOH. Very good money maker for me.

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Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 75):
I would look at adding DOH. Very good money maker for me.

Funny you should mention that, I was just looking at my next market and DOH is at the top of the list. Just got to decide whether to buy a long range narrow body to put on the route for the time being or save the pennies and buy my first wide body.
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Slapper Airlines (Hub in BHX) has just completed a further round of expansion adding further Turboprop service to four destinations and starting Sunshine Service using an A320 to Malta. It has also upgraded Palma to Sunshine Service. Load factors remain high on most routes, although there may be some reshuffling of aircraft in the next few days.

Our share price is now at $1.72 and we hope to break $2 in the next few days. We have $16 million cash in hand and 17 million lbs of fuel.

We currently operate the following routes:

AT4: NCL, ABZ, CDG, BRU, LUX, HAM, BLL, CPH, OSL, ARN
AT7: DUB, JER, AMS, GLA, EDI, MXP
190: MUC, TXL, PRG, WAW, BUD, LIS
319: FRA, BCN, MAD, ATH
320: PMI, MLA
332: JFK

We are looking to bank cash for our second longhaul route whilst looking for realistic high yield routes on short-haul to improve service at our hub.
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Update: Albuquerque Airlines

Account: $7,595,691

Company Value: $ 4,899,991

Fuel: 6,111,939 Lbs

Main Hub: ABQ

Fleet:

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

Boeing 737-800 (ABQ-JFK) (N122VA)
Boeing 737-800 (ABQ-SJU) (N129VA)

Boeing 767-200 (ABQ-HNL) (N130VA)

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

Bombardier CRJ-701 (ABQ-DFW) (N131VA)

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

My next plan is to launch ABQ-LHR service with a Boeing 787-8. After that is accomplished, I will retire the ATR and the CRJs and replace them with more Embraer E-190s.
 
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News from Ekva Airlines

We are now running 24 routes to all coners of the world. The fleet consists of 24 aircraft at the moment, 6 Airbuses and 18 Boeings. Stock price is about to hit $5.

Invest in Ekva Airlines



3 A321-200
ARN - YUL
PER - AKL
BNE - DPS

3 340-200
ARN - PER
ARN - EZE
ARN - JNB

2 B737-800
ARN - JFK
ARN - IAD

7 B757-200
ARN - PHL
ARN - ORD
ARN - MXP
ARN - YYZ
ARN - PEK
JFK - LHR
PER - SYD

6 B787-8
ARN - SIN
ARN - DWR
ARN - BNE
ARN - SCL
SYD - NRT
SYD - LAX

3 B767-200/ER
ARN - NRT
ARN - BKK
ARN - LAX

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HANCOX Airlines and Boeing are pleased to announce to much fanfare the order of 35 73G aircraft, these will be used to replace our aging fleet of ATR42-4/500 fleets and our 2 DC9-10 purchased as test airframes to asses there suitability to the airline. We would also like to announce at this time that we intend to be the launch customer for the BBJ as soon as this is offered for sale, this would allow greater flexibility of crews and maintenance this would be an initial order of 8 BBJ with options for 7 further units.

Our reason for selecting the 73G over competitors in this section are superior economics at both initial purchase and in operation allowing us to increase frequency over the out going fleets whilst increased revenue and dramatically reducing per seat km costs.

Current Fleet

ATR 42-500 21* (24)**
B757-300 7
B737-700 3
A319-100CJ 8
B767-200 3
ATR 42-400 9* (11)**
DC-9-10 2*

* To be removed from fleet
** Peak fleet size

[Edited 2009-12-03 03:32:51]
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Quoting Gman94 (Reply 76):

Funny you should mention that, I was just looking at my next market and DOH is at the top of the list. Just got to decide whether to buy a long range narrow body to put on the route for the time being or save the pennies and buy my first wide body.

I would look at putting a 757-200 or 757-300 on the route. I already run BRU-DOH with a 73G. I just started ORD-AMS with a newly bought 757-200. I plan on buying more 752's and more 753's.

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Hornet International Airlines announces an order for four 757-200's,four 767-200ER's, and four 787-800's. The new hub at ORD is working very well and we are pleased to announce flights from ORD to DME (762ER), AMS (752), DOH (762ER), DAM (762ER), HKG (788), ICN(788), and from PBM-AMS (788 and 762ER) at the request from the Suriname Government.

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Supergman Airlines is pleased to announce the acquisition of it's first 757-300 which will be used to inaugurate service to the Middle East between LHR-DOH. Supergman Airlines now has a fleet of 21 aircraft serving destinations throughout Europe, North Africa and the Middle East from it's hub in London.
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Quoting Gman94 (Reply 83):

Good call. I just bought another 757-200 and put it on ORD-NCL. Is it me or does AM not like the name of the cities?

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Yeah I've noticed that, I've also noticed some strange names such as London Borough of Newham airport which is actually London City Airport. I don't think anyone would fly there if it was actually called London Borough of Newham Airport especially not the suits from the City.  Big grin
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Quoting Gman94 (Reply 85):

Totally agree. Imagine what this would be like if it were in real life. I have found ORD to be a good hub for me. I can serve my euro cities with 762's and fly the long trans-atlantic routes with 762ER and 787's.

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OK, I just made my first HUGE goof, and now I'm not sure what to do. I went to buy 8 million lbs of gas, and accidentally bought 80 MILLION! There went my bank account.

Now, what the hell do I do? All because of one little, freaking zero!!!
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Thu Dec 03, 2009 3:57 pm



Quoting Falcon84 (Reply 87):
OK, I just made my first HUGE goof, and now I'm not sure what to do. I went to buy 8 million lbs of gas, and accidentally bought 80 MILLION! There went my bank account.

Now, what the hell do I do? All because of one little, freaking zero!!!

Just ride it out till you get more money. look at it from a bright side, you will not have to buy gas for a long long time.  Big grin


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Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 3:58 pm

How in the world could a 737-200 have the same fuel efficiency as a 737-500... that makes zero sense.

There are some real flaws in this game, I have noticed.
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Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 4:06 pm



Quoting Falcon84 (Reply 87):

What was the remaining balance of the account?

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Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 4:10 pm



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 90):
What was the remaining balance of the account?

I now have about $2,150,000.  rotfl 

I'll survive, but I can't believe I did that.


I had bought my 4th 787-8 this morning as well, and am running it to Asia. I can make now about $10 million a day on my routes, so I should be fine. But I still can't believe I didi that.
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Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 4:29 pm

Update on Think Global Airlines:

Fleet: (Total: 84)

3 - 747-400
2 - 380-800
11 - 330-300
40 - 787-800
5 - 340-600
10 - 77-300ER
13 - 777-300

Total Flights: 3,701

Pax of all Time: 1034299

Reputation: 100%

Pax Bonus: 355

Stock Rate: $66.55

Total Value: $2,180,592,814

Company Value: $ 664,687,518

Fuel: 228,436,962 Lbs

Hubs: JNB - MEL - PER



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Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 7:04 pm

I just checked my inbox, even though it shows i have no mail, but there was a little gift, a gift of 200 pax points. Apparently it's available for all....have a look !  smile 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 7:18 pm



Quoting YooYoo (Reply 92):
I just checked my inbox, even though it shows i have no mail, but there was a little gift, a gift of 200 pax points. Apparently it's available for all....have a look !

Ya someone mentioned it yesterday.

Quoting RussianJet (Reply 63):
Have you all looked in your inbox and claimed your 200 free pax bonus points?

Update on Snow Globe Airlines:

Account: $10 mil +

Company Value: $35 mil +

Fleet/Routes: 65/65 (good thing I bought 60 mil lbs of fuel last time it was $400)

Fuel: 46 mil lbs +

Stock: $3.54

I will probably just keep on saving money for the next round of fuel hoarding and more long range/high pax number aircraft.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 8:26 pm

HANCOX Airlines has just taken delivery of it's 5th 73G for the day, we believe that we have sufficient fuel hedged to concentrate on short haul fleet replacement over the coming days, as previously announced we placed and order for 35 frames with 30 to be delivered, we expect to take delivery 5-6 frames/day until the order is satisfied. Once the short haul fleet has been consolidated to 73G we shall look to hedge further fuel and then go on a long haul expansion plan.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 8:42 pm

Siberia's premier airline, Pan-Siberian Airlines, continues its rapid growth and longhaul expansion. Now featuring 4 x 787-800.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 9:17 pm

Zippirious T. Chimp celebrates his birthday by offering unlimited free Vodka and Tangs on all flights. WhineAir is doing quite well and we are making carfeful measured expansion that allows us to maximize profits and customer service without abandoning our wonderful customers

All flights are airborne and making the Chimp a happy and in a virtual way a rich birthday boy

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 9:25 pm



Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 96):
Oh look a bunny ... holding a rabbit... hmm ... oh my happy time

I think it is about time you made your home brewed Vodka out of something other than the West Seneca swamp water.....

Up to 77 aircraft and growing strong. Introduced two ERJ-190-200LRs to cover long/thin routes ex-SFO. Our Latin expansion continues with more service n/s from GDL and planned expansion w/ 757-300 aircraft ex-GDL into South America.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:13 pm

Update on Normandie Airlines:

CDG:

CDG-BCN CRJ 100
CDG-ALG ERJ 190-200
CDG-ATH ERJ 190-200
CDG-PMI ERJ 190-200
CDG-HAM ATR 42-300
CDG-RBA B737-500
CDG-AYT B737-500
CDG-SVO B737-500
CDG-YUL B737-800

YUL:

YUL-MIA ERJ 190-200
YUL-ORD ERJ 190-200
YUL-YWG ERJ 190-200
YUL- BDA ERJ 190-200

Quoting Falcon84 (Reply 90):
But I still can't believe I didi that.

At least you will not have to worry about your fuel tanks for a loooooong time  Smile
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:57 pm

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HIA Just took delivery of it 3rd 762ER, N1HA, and was put onto the ORD-DME route. HIA will take delivery of a 752 and put it on the ORD-Tallinn route. HIA has recognized the 757's potential as a transatlantic runner and will continue to add more 753's and 752's.

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