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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:34 am

New Logo:

Life only makes sense when you look at it backwards.
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:39 am

How do you design a logo??????

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:39 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 145):
I appreciate the information man. What other aircraft do you have in your fine fleet?

30 X EMB 190-100
13 X B737-700
6 X B757-300
3 X B767-200
3 X B787-8

All based out of ORF.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:57 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 151):
How do you design a logo??????

If you google "create logo for free" ...it will give you some options and you can create a jpg. Endless options!

Then you need to follow the imageshack or tinypic requirements per FAQ's.
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:57 am



Quoting Bohica (Reply 152):

Well my fleet is expanding. The EMB jungle jets are mx hogs and will be replaced by 73G's (4 to be exact). Lesson learned for my airline: Never order a jet that has mx problems. I love my boeing fleet. Surprisingly, my two Q400's have not been problematic. More 739ER's are on the way to (7 to be exact).

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:13 am

Thanks. I created a hub. Now is there a way that when you click on "suggested routes" it always uses your hub city as origin? I made my hub chicago but when i click suggest route it give me some obscure destinations.
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:30 am



Quoting Bohica (Reply 143):
The graphic on the tail looks like you're flipping us off.

Well done, sir. That was exactly the intention.

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 145):
Which site allowed you to design that logo?

It's this marvel of technology called MS Paint.

Is anyone else getting pissed off at the number of maintenance issues they have? When I launched 50 flights this morning, had 3 MX issues. However, since when you use start all flights, it delays all the flights on the list after the one with the issue, I have something like 20 late flights this morning. Unlike most of the things with the game, it's not just a simplification for the game's sake - this is just a pure coding error, and not a hard one to fix.
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:46 am



Quoting Bohica (Reply 144):
737-700 is $152,567. I just got my notification for my first C-check and I am waiting for the plane to land so I can do it.

That's fine... I am paying over 2 million for my 777-300ERs  Smile

Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 136):
Anyways...on topic: Update on Snow Globe Airlines

- Routes/Fleet: 70/70
- Fuel: 47 mil lbs+ (had 37 but then bought another 10 mil lbs when price went to $400...will hold off purchasing until I get more funds in account)
- Account: $11 mil + (Bought 5 long range aircraft, so account took a bit of a hit)
- 1 aircraft in C-check
- Stock is $4.59 so hopefully it'll be $5 by end of the evening.

Surprisingly, C-check is only $195000 on the 737-800....considering how high the costs are when something goes wrong in maintenance, I thought it was pretty cheap.

Snow Globe Airlines now covers all the continents - well except, Antarctica

Got 50,000 stocks mate... You need to sort out your fleet though... It's all over the place  Smile
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:55 am

Another update on Think Global Airlines:

Fleet: (Total: 113)

3 - 747-400
2 - 380-800
11 - 330-300
74 - 787-800
10 - 77-300ER
13 - 777-300

Total Flights: 3,968

Pax of all Time: 1117210

Reputation: 100%

Pax Bonus: 365

Stock Rate: $71,38

Total Value: $2,598,483,343

Company Value: $ 713,761,206

Fuel: 272,965,154 Lbs

Hubs: JNB - MEL - PER - HKT

34 new 787s in under 3 days, got rid of my 340-600s in favor of 787s hence the small increase in stock value, stocked lots of fuel to be on the safe side.....

Investors still welcome...

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:26 am

Just stocked up on fuel, so the share price has tanked a little. Purchased 40 million lbs, which should be enough to keep the beasties in the air for another four days.


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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 12:43 pm



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 129):
Are you jealous of me bettering my airline?

Nope, it was just an observation (which others have made before as well) that you seem to switch bases every few days. Like Plymspotter has said, it is far more effective to just keep your flights, buy billboards when they are cheap and just expand. I'm currently at 99 routes/aircraft and I have dumped only 2 routes, total! Currently operating from 5 bases around the world, just taking opportunities when I see them.

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 129):
My stock is 2.88. Yours?

$4.05, why?
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 4:30 pm



Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 157):
Got 50,000 stocks mate... You need to sort out your fleet though... It's all over the place

Thanks dude! I will be sorting out the fleet once I have more cash. Does having a streamlined fleet save on maintenance costs?

Stock price was at $5.03 this morning but now is at $4.94 as I bought another 25 mil lbs of fuel.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:23 pm



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 154):
The EMB jungle jets are mx hogs and will be replaced by 73G's (4 to be exact). Lesson learned for my airline: Never order a jet that has mx problems.

I used the EMB 190's to replace all my BAe-146's and CRJ's and to open new routes. While I haven't had too much MX problems with the EMB, it always seems to be a particular 3-4 planes that always break. The 146's were hangar queens. They broke all the time. I am looking at getting more 73G's to replace the EMB on the longer routes and open up shorter routes with the replaced EMB's.

Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 157):
Quoting Bohica (Reply 144):
737-700 is $152,567. I just got my notification for my first C-check and I am waiting for the plane to land so I can do it.

That's fine... I am paying over 2 million for my 777-300ERs

I'll keep that in mind if I look to buy a 777-300ER. I can't wait to find out what a C-check will cost on one of my 788's.

Quoting IADCA (Reply 156):
Quoting Bohica (Reply 143):
The graphic on the tail looks like you're flipping us off.

Well done, sir. That was exactly the intention.

You can see I am very observant.  Smile
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:58 pm

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Hornet International and Boeing are proud to announce a Boeing 737 order worth 100 million for eight 737-900ER models and eight 737-700 models. The 737's will be used to replace jungle jets, Q400's and open new routes from Chicago and Narita.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 9:51 pm

Well another busy real world 10 hour work work day slow the growth of WhineAir a bit. even so we are a bit giddy to pass $3.00 share mark. In addition we will fly our 3,000th flight a bit later this afternoon.

There may be a small stock hit to purchase a bit of fuel ad some adverts are going to be needed today but the next batch of flights should recoup those outlays

Quoting JRadier (Reply 160):
Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 129):
My stock is 2.88. Yours?

$4.05, why?

I do not say this often but if I had room on my Respected user list I would be quite happy to add you to it. I am a fan of those who have a plan and stick to it..


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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sat Dec 05, 2009 10:51 pm



Quoting IHadAPheo (Reply 164):

I do not say this often but if I had room on my Respected user list I would be quite happy to add you to it. I am a fan of those who have a plan and stick to it..

I don't really plan  Wink. I just see from which airports I can make money and use efficient aircraft to do so. Not dumping routes or changing aircraft is more a laziness thing  Wink
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:03 am

Well I added my 6th 73G on the HKT from NRT. NRT has become a gold mine for me. I expect all 170's to be gone by the end of tonight and the Q400's by tomorrow. I have learned the 73G is a good plane to have. Also, the 739ER is a good airplane because of its cost per kilometer.

As a CEO, I am always looking to lower cost. This is the reason I operate the 737 series and 756 series. Will I introduce any other types besides these? I will when I want to expand above 30 planes. I would like to introduce a 744D for my domestic routes within japan.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:24 am

Well I added my 7th and will be adding a 8th 73G by this evening. I am very pleased with this a/c. Tomorrow I will be adding two 739ER's for a total of six a/c.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:53 am

I want to announce that Bruchs Airlines has just added its 10th aircraft
We are currentally flying
8x CRJ200
2x CRJ200LR
DEN-ORD
DEN-MSP
DEN-LGB
DEN-YCB
DEN-KTN
DEN-KIN
DEN-YYJ
DEN-MIA
DEN-YUL
DEN-CUN

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:12 am

Well just added 5th 753 and put it on the route to greenland. I have a total of 29 planes and 29 routes. After I reach 30, it will be putting the correct aircraft on route. I would like to see all domestic runs out of ORD with the 73G/739/753 and all international with 752/762/762ER from NRT/ORD.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 5:16 am

HIA announces the Sushi daily shuttle on select Japanese routes. Flown by CRJ 1000 a/c these aircraft provide the lift for inter Japan and its lovely residents. HIA also announces the Presidents Shuttle flying between JFK/BOS to DCA using CRJ1000 a/c.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 7:47 am

Added my 5th ERJ-190-100AR aircraft this evening. So far this aircraft type has performe admirably with only one mechanical issue so far.

ERJ-190 routes are

PHX-MIA
PHX-PHL
PHX-ANC
PHX-FAI

and our first international route, PHX-CUN

Also operating 14 Q400's out of our PHX, MCI hubs, and DFW focus city.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 11:41 am

Fly Dutch Airlines

FDA is growing steadily. No fits and starts or chopping and changing here.

11 x A320-200
2 x A330-300
10 x 321-200
9 x Fokker F100

In excess of 65 million pounds of fuel.

Billboard advertising throughout.

Stocks at $4.72

Oh those first stakeholders will be raking it in soon. Pity those who invest too late  biggrin 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 11:50 am

I just expanded ORD with 752 service to HAM. Next up will be ORD-PEK 762ER service. I am also making a/c changes on the following routes within today and tomorrow.

ORD-PHX will be replaced with a 739ER. The 739 currently on route will be relocated to Merida, MX replacing the last 170 in the fleet.
BRU-DOH will be canceled and changed to a 762ER from NRT.

So that makes a total of three a/c coming into the fleet.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:08 pm

Well I finally got into the game....it's so damn addicting that part of me wishes I didn't find out about it! I started out with a different fleet compared to what I have now and I did a lot of route re-shuffling at first...but now I'm in a good position.

* Crescent Airlines
* Stock now over $3
* Total value now over $30 million
* Fleet of 37 airplanes (19 B734 and 18 B753)
* Main hub in New Orleans (Kenner in this game) for Central/South American and Caribbean...transatlantic hub in New York sticking to high density European O&D routes ...also some P2P flying from other U.S/Canadian cities to Europe and Anchorage.

I've been adding about two planes a day and I'm profitable on all the routes I'm flying by a pretty large margin. I'm probably not going to add a different fleet type anytime soon...the 734/753 combo is a good one in terms of capacity, range, and fuel efficiency.
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:23 pm

Into the wide-body age now, with the purchase of our first Il-96-300 for a service to Houston. First flight was packed - not surprising when it links two oil regions  thumbsup  Further Il-96 services will be launched to Boston, New York, Washington, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas and Mexico City in the coming days. A few more Il-62 destinations will also be added in North America, such as Detroit, San Diego and also possibly Hawaii.

Stock is at $5.98 and rising rapidly, 600,000 happy passengers carried and now up to 113 aircraft and routes.


Fleet:

14 x An-148-100A
7 x An-148-100B
12 x Il-62
5 x Il-62M
11 x Il-62MK
1 X Il-96-300
6 x Il-114-100
16 x Tu-154M
41 x Yak-42D


Khaborovsk (Based Aircraft = Il-62, Il-114-100):

Il-62 … Khabarovsk - Moscow
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Beijing
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Blagoveshchensk
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Chulman
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Yakutsk
Il-114-100 ... Khabarovsk - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk


Petropavlovosk Kamchatsky (Based Aircraft = An-148-100A/B, Il-62):

An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Anadyr
An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Magadan
An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Sapporo
An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Yakutsk
An-148-100A ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Anchorage
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Beijing
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Fukuoka
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Narita
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Osaka
An-148-100B ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Vladivostok
Il-62 ... Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Moscow


Vladivostok (Based Aircraft = Il-62, Il-62M, Il-62MK, Il-96-300, Tu-154M, Yak-42D):

Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Anqing
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Baotou
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Beijing
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Blagoveshchensk
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Busan
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Chanchung
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Chita
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Chulman
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Daliang
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Fukuoka
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Hailar
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Harbin
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Hefei
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Hohhot
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Huangzhou
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Jiamusi
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Jinan
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Khabarovsk
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Kyoto
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Linyi
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Mudanjiang
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Nanjing
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Narita
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Ningbo
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Okinawa
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Osaka
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Pyongyang
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Qingdao
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Qiqihar
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Sapporo
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Seoul
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Shanghai
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Shenyang
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Shijiazhuang
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Tianjin
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Weihai
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Yanji
Yak-42D … Vladivostok – Yantai
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok – Yiwu
Yak-42D ... Vladivostok - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Yak-42D … Vladivostok - Zhengzhou
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Cebu
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Chengdu
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Chongqing
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Guangzhou
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Haikou
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok - Hong Kong
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Irkutsk
Tu-154M … Vladivostok – Kaohsiung
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Kunming
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Lhasa
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Macau
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Manila
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Tapei
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Ulaanbaatar
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Vientiane
Tu-154M ... Vladivostok – Xian
Il-62 … Vladivostok – Bandar Seri Begawan
Il-62 … Vladivostok - Bankgkok
Il-62 … Vladivostok – Ho Chi Minh City
Il-62 … Vladivostok - Jakarta
Il-62 … Vladivostok – Kuala Lumpur
Il-62 … Vladivostok – Moscow
Il-62 … Vladivostok - Phucket
Il-62 … Vladivostok – Singapore
Il-62 … Vladivostok – Vancouver
Il-62M … Vladivostok – Calgary
Il-62M … Vladivostok – Salt Lake City
Il-62M … Vladivostok - San Francisco
Il-62M … Vladivostok – Seattle
Il-62M … Vladivostok – Winnipeg
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Chicago
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Denver
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Kansas City
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Las Vegas
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Los Angeles
Il-62MK … Vladivostok - Minneapolis
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Montreal
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Ottowa
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Phoenix
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – St Louis
Il-62MK … Vladivostok – Toronto
Il-96-300 … Vladivostok - Houston


Yakutsk (Based Aircraft = An-148-100A/B, Il-62):

An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Blagoveshchensk
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Chita
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Chulman
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Irkutsk
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Magadan
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Tiksi
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Udachny
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Vladivostok
An-148-100A ... Yakutsk - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
An-148-100B ... Yakutsk - Anadyr
Il-62 ... Yakutsk – Moscow





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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:23 pm

What do yall think about the 757 compared to the 762?

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:40 pm



Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 175):

Wow, congratulations, that's quite an enterprise you've got going there.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:43 pm



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 176):
What do yall think about the 757 compared to the 762?

I prefer it. I like the 752 best, but then effectively I am buying planes I like and want, not necessarily what would be the most sensible overall. 752 has nice range, reasonable fuel burn.

Meanwwhile, Pan-Siberian airlines continues its rampant expansion. with recent new routes to Auckland, Tegucigalpa, La Paz, Quito, Johannesburg and Cape Town, all from our Novosibirsk hub. In other news, domestic routes are now operated almost exclusively by A320-200 and Suhkoi Superjet aircraft, having phased out our small fleet of TU-334 aircraft. Our share price grows steadily, and is about to break the $4.00 barrier, a fine milestone for our small operation.

Development of our Yakutsk focus city is envisaged in the near future. Meanwhile, routes will continue to be opened from the Novosibirsk hub, and the fleet will continue to both grow and be modernised.

Pan-Siberian Airlines - Flying you from cold places with a warm smile.  biggrin 

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:23 pm

My pilots were happy earning $500 yesterday, but they suddenly called a strike today! I increased their pay to $700 but they were still talking in the corners, so I had to increase it again to $900!
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 3:39 pm



Quoting Hywel (Reply 179):
My pilots were happy earning $500 yesterday, but they suddenly called a strike today! I increased their pay to $700 but they were still talking in the corners, so I had to increase it again to $900!

That's a bit harsh. I was meaning to ask how many people here have had strikes. Touch wood, I've only had the occasional 'talking in the corners' to deal with.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 4:28 pm

Hornet International Announces order for four 757-200's to replace 767-200's. The 767-200's will be used to expand ORD.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 6:22 pm

Fly Dutch Airlines


Stocks =

$ 5.00

and rising!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 6:57 pm

Trans Travel Airlines

Quoting RobertNL070 (Reply 182):


Stocks =
$ 5.00

Ditto (Currently at 5.12) after buying my 21st 737-300 today!

Current fleet:
1x 737-800
3x 757-300
7x ATR-42-400
9x ATR-72-210
13x DC-10-10
21x Fokker 100 Tay 650
69x 737-300 (the amount is a coincidence.... I swear!)

Bases:
Accra
Abu Dhabi
Copenhagen
Edmonton
Quito
Sao Paulo
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Sun Dec 06, 2009 8:29 pm



Quoting JRadier (Reply 183):

Okay, so I had a bit of cash lying around doing nothing. I bought a couple of stocks in Trans Travel Airlines  biggrin 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 12:35 am

Vega9000 Airlines

Notice to investors:
We have continued to expand our European, Middle-Eastern and African routes. The MD-8 series has been used extensively, even if they are a bit fuel-thirsty. But they have proved very reliable.
We are very proud to announce the delivery of our first Airbus, the A321-200, to inaugurate our first transatlantic route: LIS-HVN.

We now serve a total of 21 routes, and growing. However, there is much debate in our board of directors as to what equipment to buy on long-haul (7000km+) routes.
Our stock as reflected our expansion, growing to 0.30 a few post ago to 0.88 today. We like to make our investors happy...
The current fleet is:

3 x BAe146
4 x ERJ190-200
2 x ERJ190-200LR
2 x MD80
3 x MD81
5 x MD88
1 x 737-800
1 x 321-200

Our current route map:
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 1:05 am

Another day of steady growth all around. Profits, routes and fleet all showed nice gains. At this time all metal is in the air and billboard adverts are filling the seats.

Tomorrow morning @0745 Zippirious T. Chimp (err IHAP) will be undergoing a Nuclear Cardiac Stress Test. I will send all the flights off before I leave and a good portion of them will me in the air for the entire 4 hours I expect the test to take. If the results of the test require hospitalization there may be a small delay in the launching of the afternoon flights. If this is the case I will have to arrange for PC access in hospital.

I do not expect to be admitted but you never know... Right now with all flights aloft I can help wifey and Lizzie put the final touches on the annual tree decoration event sadly I this year I have to refrain from downing a celebratory Vodka and Tang....

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 1:33 am

Well I did a bold move and introduced the CRJ1000 into HIA service replacing the ERJ's and opened up AUS from ORD. Also bought my 14th 737, a 73G, for the LGB route from ORD. Deliveries of the 73G's, and 739ER will continue to be delivered to supplement the 757' and 767 a/c.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 1:36 am



Quoting IHadAPheo (Reply 186):

Tomorrow morning @0745 Zippirious T. Chimp (err IHAP) will be undergoing a Nuclear Cardiac Stress Test. I will send all the flights off before I leave and a good portion of them will me in the air for the entire 4 hours I expect the test to take. If the results of the test require hospitalization there may be a small delay in the launching of the afternoon flights. If this is the case I will have to arrange for PC access in hospital.

I do not expect to be admitted but you never know... Right now with all flights aloft I can help wifey and Lizzie put the final touches on the annual tree decoration event sadly I this year I have to refrain from downing a celebratory Vodka and Tang....

My best wishes that all goes well for you. Will you be allowed near the computer afterwards? I seem to remember having something radioactive injected into me several years ago to check whether a fracture had healed or not, and was told to avoid kids and computers for the rest of the day.


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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 1:53 am

THOMISH WORLD AIRLINES

HUBS:

Dublin Airport (DUB) - London, Manchester, Glasgow, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Rome, Lisbon, Madrid, Barcelona, Oslo, Stockholm, Keflavik, Warsaw, Vienna, Prague, Athens, Moscow, Istanbul, Tel Aviv, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Detroit, Montreal, Beijing.

New York (JFK) - Pittsburg, Atlanta, Chicago, Charlotte, Kansas City, Orlando, Miami, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Dallas, Montreal, Edmonton, Cancun, Kingston, Los Cabos, Sain Thomas, Rio Di Janero, Dublin, Berlin, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, London, Keflavik.


FOCUS CITIES:

Edmonton Airport (YEG) - Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec, Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, New York, Detroit, Kansas City

Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) - Munich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Dublin, Toulouse, Moscow, New York


FLEET: 70


Our stocks have been rising more recently. Currently at $5.60.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 1:56 am

Ihap,

Good luck man. Hope everything goes well for you.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 3:24 am

FirstWorld Airlines is pleased to announce the purchases of two additional ATR72-600 aircraft and new routes from ORD to DLH and MCI. Demand has been initially in the 97 to 99 percent range on these new routes. Investors welcome!  bigthumbsup 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 6:45 am

HANCOX Airlines would just like to announce that all ATR42-400 have now left the fleet, with 2x ATR42-500 and 2x DC9-10 to leave the fleet in the coming hours thus will be completed the replacement of our short haul fleet into a single fleet of 35x B73G.

Once short haul fleet renewal is completed revenues shall be banked to ensure that we have funds for fuel hedging at the next opportunity

Must think up a new one soon, slow moving brain trying to get into gear ;)
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 8:22 am

Albuquerque Airlines route map:

 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 8:32 am

Slapper Airlines has just completed another round of expansion, we have added a focus city at Edinburgh Turnhouse to go with our ever popular Birmingham Hub. Our share price now stands at $2.10 and we hope for this to reach $2.60 by this time next week. We have resized a number of routes depending on their success.

We will be banking cash for fuel hedging and our next longhaul aircraft for the next week or so.

Birmingham (BHX) Hub

332: JFK
320: PMI, MLA, LCA
319: MAD, FRA, DME, ATH
190: PRG, TXL, LIS, WAW, BCN, LED
170: ZRH, MUC, BUD
AT7: BFS, AMS, BRU, GLA, DUB, JER, EDI, HAM, MXP
AT4: NCL, GCI, LUX, ABZ, BLL, AAL, OSL, ARN
S34: IOM, CDG, INV, CPH


Edinburgh (EDI) Focus City

190: LGW
AT7: DUB
AT4: SYY, SOU
S34: INV, KOI, LSI

There may be a small expansion from EDI mid-week of 4-5 routes.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 9:39 am



Quoting MWHCVT (Reply 192):
Once short haul fleet renewal is completed revenues shall be banked to ensure that we have funds for fuel hedging at the next opportunity

How many pax bonus points did you get for the logo?
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 10:12 am



Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 195):

How many pax bonus points did you get for the logo?

I think 6, which is an odd number and really not worth the effort, I'm not sure if they award more points for the quality of the logo because the logo has to go for approval??
Must think up a new one soon, slow moving brain trying to get into gear ;)
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 10:53 am

Update on Normandie Airlines. A brand new 787-800 has joined the fleet and is operating CDG-HKG. Billboards paid $10,000/day, so maximum capacity (hopefully) planned for the next 5 days  Smile

CDG:

CDG-BCN MD-81
CDG-ALG ERJ 190-200
CDG-ATH ERJ 190-200
CDG-PMI ERJ 190-200
CDG-RBA ERJ 190-200
CDG-LED CRJ 100
CDG-AYT B737-500
CDG-SVO B737-500
CDG-DAM B737-500
CDG-YUL B737-800
CDG-HKG B787-800

YUL:

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

Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 195):
How many pax bonus points did you get for the logo?



Quoting MWHCVT (Reply 196):
I think 6

Yes, I got 6 as well... I thought it could deserve a bit more!

[Edited 2009-12-07 03:02:25]

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 11:12 am

Well the 5th CRJ1000 joined the fleet. I am very happy with the results and will continue to build up this fleet of a/c. As of today, there are no ERJ a/c in my fleet.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 4

Mon Dec 07, 2009 1:29 pm

Just started ORD-SFO with a 739ER (my 5th), ORD-GCN with CRJ1000, and started DUB with my 6th 757-300. What hours are required to do a c-check. Three 73G's are coming up on 250hrs and I would like to start setting aside the required cost for a C-Check.

KH

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