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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 4:55 am



Quoting Codeshare (Reply 128):
I'm making a little experiment: replacing B757-300 with A321s on routes up to 6000km. Saves fuel, the 23 pax less doesn't make much difference. It's 10 lbs vs 15 lbs per km.

How did your experiment turn out? Inquiring minds want to know  Wink
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 7:44 am



Quoting RussianJet (Reply 141):
That's fair enough. I myself am guided as much by which aircraft I like as anything else, but the A333 is a good, profitable craft.  

Plus I really like travelling on the 332.  Smile

I suppose I'm looking at a 332, 333, 77W fleet for long haul, 320, 190, AT7 for short haul. Trying to limit myself to types that are flying now.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:58 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 150):


Quoting Codeshare (Reply 128):
I'm making a little experiment: replacing B757-300 with A321s on routes up to 6000km. Saves fuel, the 23 pax less doesn't make much difference. It's 10 lbs vs 15 lbs per km.

How did your experiment turn out? Inquiring minds want to know Wink

Go for the A321-200. Now I'm replacing E190-200 with B737-900.
Worst case now is finding something in the range of 6000-10000km. All options seem to be expensive, but I'm going for the A330-300.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:27 pm



Quoting Codeshare (Reply 152):
Worst case now is finding something in the range of 6000-10000km. All options seem to be expensive, but I'm going for the A330-300.

I would go for IL-96-400 more money for your buck. IL has pax capacity of 436 where A330-300 has 335.


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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 3:07 pm

Vega9000 Airlines

We're proud to announce our first long-haul route, LIS-GIG, using our brand new A330-300, opening the South-American Market.

Stock is now at 3.10. Still avaliable to investors.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 4:01 pm

Again I don't check the thread all weekend and there are 70+ new replies.... oh well.


Still impatiently waiting on enough cash to buy some Tu-154Ms.... though wondering if I should hold out a bit more and get Tu-204s instead.....

While I like the low cost and capacity of the Yak-42D, its range is kind of lacking. With my route limitations (no flights to the US) I am running out of decent destinations with good demand at this point and need something with a touch more range that is still cheap and preferably Russian. Thinking maybe the Sukhoi SuperJet as that is the only plane that really fits that roll. The Tu-334 is also close but doesn't gain as much range. Thoughts?
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 8:51 pm

$78,000 to replenish the hydraulic fluid??? I must have the same purchasing agents as the federal government.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 8:56 pm



Quoting Alias1024 (Reply 156):
$78,000 to replenish the hydraulic fluid??? I must have the same purchasing agents as the federal government.

Its the environmentally friendly hydraulic fluid made from kitten farts and unicorn tears.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:39 pm



Quoting Iainbhx (Reply 151):
Trying to limit myself to types that are flying now.

I was thinking along the same lines, but I couldn't ignore the fact that the 787-8 is cheap to acquire, has massive range and 250 pax. Makes too much money not to buy really.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:01 pm

FirstWorld Airlines is pleased to announce new service from Harlingen (Rio Grande Valley International), TX to Chicago utilizing a newlyly purchased 737-500 aircraft. Initial results on this new route are VERY encouraging. FirstWorld continues to grow in a controlled manner, and the firm's stock is steadly increasing,.

Investors are welcome!

[Edited 2009-12-14 14:06:16 by stasisLAX]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 11:02 pm

Wow everyone must be a bit busy today as this thread is strangely today.....

WhineAir is woozy with joy over the $35 million in profits that have rolled in so far today. Some of which were offset by a small fleet/route expansion. In addition I expect a moderate stock hit to occur as there is a need to top of the fuel tank to keep the birds flying and the profits rolling in.

In other news a word to the wise.... Please be wary of hiring relatives to work for your airline. After Zeb and Zoey's misadventure mentioned in an earlier post I was a bit disappointed to learn that Zach T Chimp drove the honey pot into one of the Yak-42s, the planes is quite flyable but the stain will take a bit of work to remove

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 11:38 pm



Quoting Codeshare (Reply 152):
Go for the A321-200. Now I'm replacing E190-200 with B737-900.

Good information - thanks!

Anyone else utilizing the ATR 72 on shorter-haul flights? They've been very-reliable, but I don't feel like I'm making enough profit on them compared to the short-ish haul B737 routes?  boggled 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Mon Dec 14, 2009 11:56 pm



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 161):
Anyone else utilizing the ATR 72 on shorter-haul flights?

I am of the opinion that anything tty much a waste of time. They don't carry enough or fly fast enough to make enough money. Sure the ATRs are cheap for the capacity -- which is their virtue -- but I think you'd be better off saving your cash for a F100 or E190-200 or larger aircraft.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:04 am



Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 160):
Please be wary of hiring relatives to work for your airline.

Never ever trust a relative with your bussiness Big grin

Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 161):
Anyone else utilizing the ATR 72 on shorter-haul flights? They've been very-reliable, but I don't feel like I'm making enough profit on them compared to the short-ish haul B737 routes?

If you have the money get IL-86. Sure it is a fuel hog, but it carries 350 pax and is fairly reliable. I've started to convert my short haul routes to IL-86 (max range 3800).
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:08 am

mPod Airlines announces continued expansion from hubs in Phoenix, Dallas, Kansas City, Minneapolis and our newest hub in Miami!

We now have 50 aircraft on property:

5 Boeing 737-800's
20 Embraer ERJ-190-100AR
25 Bombardier DHC-8-Q400.

New routes since last update include:
Dallas - Seattle

Kansas City - Fairbanks
Kansas City - Bermuda

Miami - Boston
Miami - Anchorage
Miami - Chicago
Miami - Fairbanks
Miami - Memphis
Miami - Seattle

Minneapolis - Bermuda
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 7:48 am

FirstWorld Airlines is pleased to announce new service from Chicago Midway (Loop) to Vancouver, Canada utilizing newly purchased B737-500 aircraft. Initial results indicate this will be a highly profiltable route due to a a quite high ticket price($1431.00) coupled with a mid 90 percent demand.

This is the firm's first international service.  Cool
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:53 am

Update on Normandie Airlines  Smile

Several aircrafts have been purchased since the last update, among others 2 brand new 757-300 and 2 brand new 787-800.

Fleet:

9 x ERJ 190-200
4 x B757-300
4 x 787-800
3 x 737-500
1 x 737-800
1 x CRJ100

Routes:

From CDG:

BCN
ALG
ATH
PMI
RBA
LED
AYT
SVO
DAM
YUL
TMS
HKG
PER
CPT
SCL
DKR
IAD


From YUL:

MIA
MEM
YWG
BDA
YRT
UIO



Investors still welcome  Smile
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:28 am

Drayton Airlines has been steadily growing since the last update and with our share price now topping $6 a share I hope all our investors thus far are happy with their investment, especially those that bought in at the $0.10 mark.

We now operate a fleet of 31 aircraft consisting mainly of B788 and B753 aircraft, and will continue to expand as funds permit.

As always, investors are always welcome as our stock will keep on rising as our airline continues to expand.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:28 pm

Here's the latest with Leaf Nation Airline.



B747-400 x 1
A321-200 x 3
B787-8 x 3
A340-200 x 4
A319-100CJ x 1
B787-3 x 1
ERJ 190-200 x 10
ERJ 190-200LR x 2

Basically 2 hubs, FRA and YYZ

Kansas City Toront... ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 01:33:16 97 %
Moncton Toronto ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 01:41:06 96 %
Charlottetown Toront... ERJ 190-200LR 2009-12-15 01:53:16 84 %
Miami Toronto ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 02:15:06 93 %
Toronto Miami ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 02:16:06 93 %
Toronto Dayton... ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 02:19:06 93 %
Toronto Bermuda ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 02:23:06 89 %
Houston Toronto ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 02:32:06 91 %
Moscow Frankfurt A321-200 2009-12-15 02:36:06 93 %
Toronto Dallas ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 02:39:06 91 %
Churchill Toront... ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 02:40:06 90 %
Iqaluit Toronto ERJ 190-200LR 2009-12-15 03:09:06 77 %
Albuquerque Toront... ERJ 190-200 2009-12-15 03:10:16 98 %
Mexico City Toront... A321-200 2009-12-15 04:21:16 83 %
Frankfurt Kabul B787-8 2009-12-15 05:39:16 93 %
Anchorage Toront... B787-3 2009-12-15 05:40:16 84 %
Frankfurt Bangui A340-200 2009-12-15 05:57:16 98 %
Lagos Frankfurt A321-200 2009-12-15 06:17:16 88 %
Toronto Honolulu B787-8 2009-12-15 08:13:16 81 %
Podgorica Toront... A340-200 2009-12-15 08:19:22 78 %
Toronto Frankf... A319-100CJ 2009-12-15 08:27:29 99 %
Moscow Toronto A340-200 2009-12-15 08:37:29 93 %
Seoul Frankfurt B747-400 2009-12-15 09:29:23 99 %
Phuket Frankfurt B787-8 2009-12-15 10:12:29 93 %
Tokyo Toronto A340-200 2009-12-15 11:42:29 74 %
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:51 pm

It's been well over a week since the last update for Supergman Airlines but our relentless growth has continued.

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Our shorthaul fleet of Embrear 190-200's are being gradually replaced with a mix of Airbus A320's & A321's. The 190-200 has been a fantastic aircraft for us but the need for more capacity and range has meant that these aircraft are having to be replaced to satisfy demand. Our shorthaul fleet currently stands at:

11 x ERJ 190-200's
2 x ERJ 190-200LR's
19 x A320-200's
2 x A321-200's

Our longhaul fleet is also being gradually built. We now have a fleet 6 757-300's which fly to the following destinations.

LHR - FNA
LHR - ABV
LHR - YUL
LHR - DOH
LHR - KRT
LHR - AUH

We also have a fleet of 4 A340-200's and 1 A330-300 flying to the following destinations:

LHR - IAH
LHR - PEK
LHR - CPT
LHR - HKG
LHR - SFO

Company is currently valued at just over $50,000,000 with a reserve of over 40,000,000lbs and a stock price of $5.06, investors always welcomed.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 2:54 pm

My stock just got to $10 per share.

I'm planing to open up two Australian routes from Toronto with B747-400. You should invest in Rusty Airline before the purchase of 2 "Queen of the Sky" birds. We will never let you down.


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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:36 pm

Juan De Fuca Airlines is pleased to announce the aquisition of our 5th DC-10-10 widebody aircraft, inaugurating trans-Atlantic services to Dublin, Ireland from our Winnipeg, MB hub.

In addition, Juan De Fuca Airlines has commenced the addition Fokker 100 aircraft into the fleet to grudually replace our aging CRJ-100ER aircraft and increase capacity on key 'thin' routes across North America. Up to 20 of these aircraft are expected to join the fleet over the next couple days.

Share price @ $1.61 and rising quickly!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 3:37 pm

What has been your highest repair bill to date?

Mine was just over $100,000 for a hyd. leak or something to that effect.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 6:29 pm



Quoting YooYoo (Reply 172):
What has been your highest repair bill to date?

I think $70k for hydraulics. Sigh.

On a plus note, I just took the plunge and bought a 787 which is serving MUC - Broome. I figured the only way I could really justify owning such a long-range aircraft at this point would be if it made me a truckload of cash, and it has. I made $1.3mil on its maiden voyage.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 8:24 pm

== ValuJet Airlines ==

It's been a while since the last update, and the airline has grown significantly. The IND hub has grown drastically, new hubs have opened at LAX and GIG, the existing hubs at ATL and JFK have stayed flat, and a focus city has opened at MCO.

Current Stock Price: $24.91

Current Fleet / Quantity:

Aerospatiale ATR-72-600 / 09
Airbus A320-200 / 01
Airbus A321-200 / 47
Airbus A330-200 / 02
Airbus A330-300 / 11
Airbus A340-600 / 03
Airbus A350-900R / 01
Boeing 717-200 / 15
Boeing 757-300 / 08
Boeing 747-8 / 01
Embraer 195AR / 10
McDonnell Douglas MD-90-50 / 06

Total: 114


Destinations:

ATL Hub:

BOI | BOS | DCA | JFK | LAX | SAN | SDQ | SXM | YQX | YVR

GIG Hub:

BOG | CAY | GCM | IND | JFK | LPB | MVD | PBM | SCL | SXM | UIO | USH

IND Hub:

ABQ | ANC | ATH | AUS | BDA | BDL | BEL | BIL | BJM | BMI | BNA | BNE | BOG | BOI | BOS | BRU | CAY | CLE | COS | DME | FAI | FWA | GDL | GIG | GRR | HKT | IAH | JFK | JNB | LAS | LAX | LCA | LGB | LGW | MAN | MAO | MDT | MEX | MIA | MSN | MSY | ORD | PEK | PHX | SAN | SAT | SCL | SDQ | SEA | SFO | SJD | SXM | TPA | TXL | UIO | YOW | YQX | YUL | YVR | YWG | ZRH

JFK Hub:

ATL | BKK | BOI | BOS | DCA | FRA | GDL | GIG | IND | LAX | LGW | LUX | MEL | OSL | SAN | SEA | SFO

LAX Hub:

ATL | BDA | BOG | BOS | DCA | IND | ITO | JFK | MIA | SEA | SFO | YUL

MCO Focus City:

BGR | LGB | SFO

v.p.s. Routes:

BOS - LAX | BOS - SEA | BOS - SFO
DCA - LAX | DCA - SEA | DCA - SFO
JFK - LAX | JFK - SEA | JFK - SFO
MIA - LAX | MIA - SEA | MIA - SFO

ValuJet Shuttle Routes:

Between: BOS - DCA | JFK - BOS | JFK - DCA | LAX - SEA | LAX - SFO

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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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 8:47 pm

Do I ever have to pay payroll??
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:43 pm

I just got my first B747-400 and send it to Melbourne from Toronto. I get over $3mil in ticket sales per flights. It's going to be a long time by the time I pay it off.


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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:48 pm

Good news comrades, we've inaugurated non-stop service from Havana to Montreal utilizing a Tu-154M trijet. We here at Cubano Express are excited to start service to Canada and plan on opening several additional stations in the near future. Investors are always welcome.



Fleet count is up to 13

2 Sukhoi Superjets
1 Tu-154M
10 Yak 42D
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:14 pm

Quoting YooYoo (Reply 172):
What has been your highest repair bill to date?

Not my highest but one of my most overpriced repairs to date was $84,000.00 for low tire/tyre pressure indicator. $84K for a some low tire/tyre??... dang I might have to outsource my MX to Scot-tee Air-Service in Paradise Valley Arizona. They were kind enough to send me a stack of 25% off coupons for future airline MX work.

WhineAir is positively euphoric to announce that we have flown our 500,000th passenger, To be honest the 500,000th passenger was none other yours truly on a AS.57 Ambassador flying the famous KBUF-YYZ Ketchup Chip run.

WhineAir is giving a bit of warning to stockholders that there will be a large fuel purchase in the not too distant future s there may be a bit of a stock price hit. Not to worry as the profits are rolling in a Evitaesque way.

Oh well all 71 aircraft are in the air flying their way to profitable destinations and for those who care the new toilet paper tender has resulted in several customer satisfaction points. In the not too distant future other tenders will be put out for a variety of goods and service to enhance the overall customer experience

Zip

[Edited 2009-12-15 15:23:05 by ihadapheo]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:19 pm

Nice.... now that 787-8 first flight has happened, I can eliminate that plane from my self imposed rule of not buying planes that have not actually flown!!

Stock up to $5 something... service expanding at WildGoose ...!!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:22 pm



Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 178):
WhineAir is giving a bit of warning to stockholders that there will be a large fuel purchase in the not t0o distant future s there may be a bit of a stock price hit.

Same here. I'm running on fumes right now I have less than 15 mil lb of fuel left right now. As soon as it comes down, I will be buying at least 100-150 mil lb....but not to worry, I have enough cash on hand and the stock is currently at $21.99 I think (I can't check as the site is offline right now).
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:24 pm

UGH!!! In the midst of launching the afternoon bank of flights (at 1515 PST), I received this error message from AM...... thus not all flights were able to depart!!!  Angry

"We are taking regular backup of the servers, and doing some system optimization.
We estimate that this backup may take around 1 hour. Thank you for your patience."
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:29 pm

Fuel had just gone down to $400 at the top of the hour, but now the website is undergoing maintenance! Go figure! At least I stocked up.

P.S. Any one interested in investing in TxStar Airlines? Please feel free to do so. I believe the current stock price is at $9.96. (Or $9.69) We recently did an big US domestic expansion, especially to many Texas destinations (AUS, CRP, HRL, BRO, and SAT) as well as into Mexico (TLC, OAX, MLM, and CME). Newly added international destinations include MNL, WLG, SYD, MAN, ZRH, LHR, BLL, BQN, BEL, FLN, POA, YYZ, and DKR.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:13 am

Just bought 200 mil lb of fuel. Stock dropped almost $1  Silly

Buy now if you want....it shall be going up again as most of my long haul routes are going to be ready to start again in couple of hours Big grin
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 1:49 am

FirstWorld Airlines has just purchased 3 million pounds of delicious Jet-A fuel at a bargain price of $400 per half-ton. Stock prices for the airline as a bargain at .38 cents a share, up from 27 cents a share yesterday...... investors are warmly welcomed!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 2:09 am



Quoting AznMadSci (Reply 182):
Any one interested in investing in TxStar Airlines

Just bought 1000 shares of your fine airline's stock!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 7:07 am

Fuel just dropped to 400... bought 35 million pounds.

mPod airlines announces two new Boeing 737-900ER additions to our fleet. Those are running flights from our new Honolulu Hawaii focus city to our Phoenix hub, and to Vancouver BC. Fleet options are currently being considered for wide body service to Europe and South America.

Fleet currently consists of:
25 DHC-8-Q400 turboprops
20 ERJ-190-100AR jets
5 Boeing 737-800 jets
2 Boeing 737-900ER jets

Service is from hubs in Phoenix, Dallas, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and Miami. Honolulu is our new focus city.

Stock is at $1.82. Investors are heavily encouraged!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 12:59 pm

Normandie Airlines bought its first Airbus! An A321-200 is now operating YUL-FAI.

Another B757-300 has been bought as well and is operating CDG-BJM.


Fleet:

9 x ERJ 190-200
5 x B757-300
4 x 787-800
3 x 737-500
1 x A321-200
1 x 737-800
1 x CRJ100
1 x MD-81


Routes:

From CDG:

BCN
ALG
ATH
PMI
RBA
LED
AYT
SVO
DAM
YUL
TMS
HKG
PER
CPT
SCL
DKR
IAD
BJM


From YUL:

MIA
MEM
YWG
BDA
YRT
UIO
FAI

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 2:13 pm

Vega9000 Airlines

Quick update. Planes/Routes now at 45, including two new A321-200 serving Canada.

We are planning a new expansion tonight, as advertising costs are expected to fall, with a new A333 and, since it's airworthiness was proved yesterday, one or two 787-800 to inaugurate the USA market.

Stocks are at 3.88, and should climb sharply when we execute our expansion plans.

Also, we are proud to present our new company Logo:

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JRadier
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 7:58 pm

For those who have invested in Trans Travel Airlines I have news: I'm stopping with Airline Manager. It's no fun for me anymore, so your funds are probably better off somewhere else!
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:13 pm

Quoting JRadier (Reply 189):
For those who have invested in Trans Travel Airlines I have news: I'm stopping with Airline Manager. It's no fun for me anymore, so your funds are probably better off somewhere else!

OK, thanks for the information. I've more than tripled my investment with you, so thank you for your fine performance.
But you should use the "mail investors" feature in AM to let all your investors know and sell your stock.

[Edited 2009-12-16 13:16:30]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 1:09 am

WhineAir is in a state of semi-continuous joy (those pesky fuel, maintenance and salary costs do shake us for brief interludes). This joy is brought on by continued profits, the addition of selected route/planes and the rather neato feeling of having $308 million in fake cash on hand.

Oh well, I am trying to pad the profits and reach the lofty goal of $1 Billion in cash on hand and then going on a willy-nilly fleet expansion the likes of which have rarely been seen.

Until then expect moderate growth in profits and the fleets/routes. An example of this is today's addition of 6 new planes and mid length routes that will add another $5 Million to the daily profits.

IHAP

Hmm, as I mentioned earlier this thread has become strangely quiet, not in a bad way but something appears amiss and this old chimp can't quite figure it out....

Oh yes, work is underway for the unveiling of the new WhineAir livery. we are down to the final 3 submissions and hope to show off the results in the first quarter of 2010
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 1:23 am

Hi guys. I bought a 741 and out it on the NRT-MCT run. Sorry I have not been posting. I have been busy with school. Take care and be safe.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 1:27 am



Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 191):
Hmm, as I mentioned earlier this thread has become strangely quiet, not in a bad way but something appears amiss and this old chimp can't quite figure it out....

Does this answer your question?

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 192):
Sorry I have not been posting. I have been busy with school.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 5:32 am

Big milestone this evening for Union Airlines. We just carried our 1 millionth customer! Happened on our FWA-ORD Q300 on the last trip of the evening. The passenger was identired as Ms. Myra Fleener, a school teacher from Hickory, Indiana, on her way to Long Beach California. She was given an upgrade on the ORD-LGB flight, a $1000 travel certificate towards future flights, and a boquet of rosees. Congratulations Myra.  Big grin


Also went over the $100 million mark in company value. By the first of the year, we should have a fleet of 150 aircraft. And, also this week, we added nonstops to FRA from SFO, ORD, MCO and CLE, and nonstops to MUC from ORD and MCO.

Come invest in Union!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 6:17 am

FirstWorld Airlines Update: $113,900 unexpected maintenance cost due to "low tire pressure on LH main gear" of a B737-600???? Unexpectedly expensive, in my opinion. It seems that every time I use the launch all flights button on AM, that triggers some maintenance or staff problem. However, when I launch flights individually, no problems appear..... anyone else notice something similar? Stock has climbing to 41 cents/share and seems to have plateaued there (stock seems to be heavily tied/weighted to income made from international routes utilizing A380 or B747equipment). Frustrating aspect to the logic of the game, IMHO......
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 7:29 am

My Airline Coreolis

Company Value:
$ 4,621,875,022

Stock Rate:
462.19

Account
$812,336,775 down from around 5 billion due to 18 more A380s purchased

Fuel
858,265,879 Lbs

178 aircraft

A/C Type In Fleet
B747-400 9
A380-800 113
B777-200LR 39
B787-8 7
MD11 9
A319-100CJ 1
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:25 am

Please delete,

for some reason my airline doesnt come up when you do a search for stocks.......

[Edited 2009-12-17 00:26:50 by pilotdude09]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 9:20 am

Just bought my first Concorde and deployed it on the BKK-MEL route  Smile

After about 3-4 months, I am not as excited about the game as I was when I started... I am now only buying 2-4 380s per day... No longer the little ones...

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:16 am



Quoting TurkishWings (Reply 198):
After about 3-4 months, I am not as excited about the game as I was when I started... I am now only buying 2-4 380s per day... No longer the little ones...

I guess that, when you have reached the position where you can afford the most expensive planes of the game, you start losing your motivation.

I bet it will be the same for me. Luckily, I'm still way behind you Big grin
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