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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 10, 2009 7:57 pm

GKIA has seen some extraordinary activity going on in the last few days...including going into the red Big grin

Thankfully now, we're pulling away from that and on the road to stability again with a mixed fleet and diverse operations...

The GKIA fleet currently consists of;
ATR 72-500 3 64
B737-500 3 123
Fokker 70 1 70
DHC-8-Q300 2 50
CRJ 100ER 1 50
ERJ 145ER 4 50
ERJ 170-200 1 88
ERJ 190-200 3 122
CRJ 700 1 68
CRJ 900NG 1 88
ATR 42-300 4 42
ATR 72-200 1 64
An-140 3 52

And our routes are;

Manchester - Barcelona 91 %
Glasgow - Frankfurt 93 %
Cardiff - Frankfurt 93 %
Manchester - Frankfurt 93 %
Woolsington - Murcia 98 %
Glasgow - Aalborg 99 %
Davao - Hong Kong 94 %
Bornholm - Aldergrove 99 %
Ballina - Broken Hill 94 %
Miami - Porlamar 83 % <---Decent moneymaker on the ERJ190 though
Puebla - Jackson 93 %
Reno - Bullhead City 93 %
Phoenix - San Francisco 91 %
Minneapolis - Arlington County 98 %
Tel Aviv - Podgorica 92 %
Woolsington - Murcia 98 %
New Hampshire - Greer 88 % <----Possibly to be dropped
Tulsa - Cabo San Lucas 91 %
Sioux Falls - Riviere-du-Loup 88 %
Casper - Greensboro 83 % <----Possibly to be dropped
Atlanta - New Hampshire 92 %
Hebron - Great Falls 79 % <--------Very likely to be dropped, although it's still a profitable flight
Stephenville - Cheektowaga 88 %
Manchester - Murcia 98 %
Woolsington - Brussels 98 %
Anchorage - Seattle 90 %
Nogales - Minot 85 %
Cedar Rapids - Phoenix 95 %
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 10, 2009 10:52 pm



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 3):
Whats your most profitable routes?

MUC-NDJ and MUC-BGR. Nenem Airlines is based in Munich. The idea was to have an airline near the physical center of the world.

I am trying to have a diverse portfolio of aircraft and fly the longest possible routes I can with that equipment. I currently have:
1 767-200
2 757-300
5 ATR 72-600
8 MD80
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 10, 2009 11:45 pm

Comon guys, buy some stock in my airline....please. I'd really like to get the "Stock Achievment" under my belt. The airline is doing well. I don't want to beg.......well, i guess i am begging...  Wink

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 10, 2009 11:54 pm



Quoting YooYoo (Reply 52):
Leaf Nation Airline!!

Just bought 50K. Good luck  Smile
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Thu Dec 10, 2009 11:59 pm

Nassau Airlines is happy to report back to its shareholders that recent expansion has been very successful, and that operations are seeing a very good return of profits.

The board has made a few decisions, which will impact operations greatly. Nassau Airlines will retire two aircraft types from its own network, the Avic I MA60 and the Tupolev 334-200. The boards next decision was that some of the shorter routes served by these types will be given up, whereas on longer routes these types will be replaced by the Boeing 737-900.

However, for the time being, Nassau Airlines will not sell its fleet of six MA60 and nine 334-200. We have negotiated a wet lease agreement with Faroe Islands International World Transglobal Sky Express Airways, and these aircraft will be based in Vagar to fly for Faroe Islands International World Transglobal Sky Express Airways operated by Nassau Airlines.

B737-900

* C6-BEA: NAS-SAL - 1,768km
* C6-BEB: NAS-HVN - 1,849km

B737-900ER

* C6-BBA: NAS-KTN - 5,512km
* C6-BBB: NAS-LPB - 4,706km
* C6-BBC: NAS-SFJ - 5,019km

B757-200

* C6-BCA: NAS-BFS - 6,580km
* C6-BCB: NAS-FNA - 7,024km
* C6-BCC: NAS-LGW - 7,012km
* C6-BCD: NAS-IGR - 6,138km
* C6-BCE: NAS-MVD - 7,002km
* C6-BCF: NAS-EDI - 6,757km

B767-200ER

* C6-BDA: NAS-TLL - 8,306km
* C6-BDB: NAS-PPG - 10,998km
* C6-BDC: NAS-KIV - 9,165km
* C6-BDD: NAS-LCA - 10,188km
* C6-BDE: NAS-KRT - 11,209km
* C6-BDF: NAS-TMS - 9,411km

MA60

1. C6-XAA: NAS-KIN - 790km
2. C6-XAB: FAE-DUB - 964km
3. C6-XAC: NAS-HAV - 552km
4. C6-XAD: NAS-CUN - 1,016km
5. C6-XAE: NAS-PFN - 993km
6. C6-XAF: NAS-PSE - 1,371km

CRJ 1000

* C6-CAI: NAS-MCI - 2,261km
* C6-CAE: NAS-BOG - 2,278km
* C6-CAF: NAS-YOW - 2,256km
* C6-CAD: NAS-IAH - 1,847km
* C6-CAG: NAS-DLH - 2,750km
* C6-CAC: NAS-FSD - 2,702km
* C6-CAH: NAS-YUL - 2,291km
* C6-CAB: NAS-BGR - 2,328km
* C6-CAA: NAS-GDL 2,696km

A318 Elite

* C6-SEX: NAS-GLA - 6,691km

A319-100CJ

* C6-SAA: NAS-ACC - 8,474km
* C6-SAC: NAS-DAM - 10,500km
* C6-SAB: NAS-DUB- 6,578km

TU-204-120

* C6-TAA: NAS-YWG 3,246km
* C6-TAB: NAS-MSO - 4,041km
* C6-TAC: NAS-TIJ - 3,922km
* C6-TAD: NAS-PBM - 3,217km
* C6-TAE: NAS-CAY - 3,493km
* C6-TAF: NAS-BOI - 4,065km
* C6-TAG: NAS-YJT - 3,088km

TU-334-200

1. C6-TBA: FAE-SFJ - 2,107km
2. C6-TBB: NAS-TAM - 2,101km
3. C6-TBC: NAS-BDA - 1,488km
4. C6-TBD: NAS-BZE - 1,397km
5. C6-TBE: NAS-DCA - 1,532km
6. C6-TBF: NAS-MDW - 2,086km
7. C6-TBG: NAS-MAR - 1,714km
8. C6-TBH: FAE-PES - 2,136km
9. C6-TBI: NAS-SKB - 1,752km

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 1:20 am

Just bought another 739ER for service to OMS via NRT. My next route will be to LGW via ORD on a 753 or 752.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 2:00 am

Woo hoo Zippy made it home after a 2 hour 35 minute drive home through a rather nifty lake effect snow storm (all 7 miles of it). In celebration of making it home in one piece I have sent all metal skyward to earn me untold millions of fake dollars.

I have not purchased anything new in a day or do and as a result I have stockpiled quite a bit of cash. I will try to find an interesting way to expand the fleet. I was going to buy 1,000 C172s and watch the profits come, heck I bet I could clear almost $800.00 total on my $7 million is investment. My mind cleared from my snow induced giddiness and will try to come up with a new plan that involves a high profit jet powered flying thingy

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Temp 12F
Wind 26 mph out of the SW (gusts to 50 mph)
Wind Chill -10F
Visibility I can see what I think is the streetlight.

WhineAir profits much nicer than the weather
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 5:53 am

mPod Airlines announce service to Kingston Jamaica from our home base of Phoenix Arizona, as well as our hubs of Dallas Texas and Minneapolis Minnesota! Service provided on brand new super comfortable ERJ-190-100 aircraft.

Fleet now totals 35 aircraft including 14 Embraer ERJ-190-100AR jets and 21 Bombardier DHC-8-Q400 turboprops.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 10:00 am

Hornet International is please to announce the order one 787-800 and one 757-200. The a/c will be used on the ORD-HKG and LUX routes.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 2:18 pm

With a dual hubs established at opposite ends of Russia it was time to links them with our heaviest metal yet. The first Il-96-400 has arrived and been placed on a second daily service from Moscow to Vladivostok, when the Il-62 returns to base this will also be upgraded to Il-96-400 equipment, allowing the Il-62 to open a route from Vladivostok to St Petersburg. Over 50 destinations are offered from Moscow and over 100 from Vladivostok, the first new longhaul route from Moscow was also launched to Caracass using Il-62MK equipment. Further chummy political routes may be launched soon  Smile)

Fleet is now at 223 frames, share price almost $13, and well over a million passengers carried.  thumbsup 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 3:23 pm

Invest in Nenem Airlines! I have a diverse fleet serving a wide variety of destinations. Stock has grown 20% in the past 10 days and it's currently at a very affordable $0.84. I'll invest in your airline, too! I just added my second 762 to start serving Montreal from my MUC hub.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 3:31 pm



Quoting RGElectra80 (Reply 60):

10,000 stock bought  Wink
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 3:51 pm



Quoting RGElectra80 (Reply 60):
nvest in Nenem Airlines! I have a diverse fleet serving a wide variety of destinations. Stock has grown 20% in the past 10 days and it's currently at a very affordable $0.84. I'll invest in your airline, too! I just added my second 762 to start serving Montreal from my MUC hub.

Just bought 50k. Good luck.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 3:54 pm



Quoting RGElectra80 (Reply 60):
Invest in Nenem Airlines!

Just did.



Of course time to plug Cubano Express. Stock currently at a dirt cheap 9 cents a share. Buy in bulk and your investment will be rewarded. We need as much venture capital as possible as we are saving up to build our Tu-154M fleet. First destination is rumored to be Montreal-Dorval International.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 4:12 pm

Thanks to all who have invested in my airline! I invested back as much as I could too but since I am trying to expand my fleet, I am trying to save the money I'm earning. I think the addiction to this game is taking hold!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 4:15 pm

Juan De Fuca Airlines is pleased to announce the acquisition of it's first wide-body aircraft, a DC-10-10 (C-GZJD), placed on YWG-GLA to open up trans-Atlantic services from it's Winnipeg, MB hub.

In addition, a 12th MD-87 has joined the fleet to further broaden JDF's transcontinental capacities from it's Vancouver focus city.

Current Fleet:
DC-10-10: 1x
MD-87: 12x
BAe146: 17x
CRJ-100: 11x
CRJ-100ER: 10x
DH3: 7x (slowly being removed from service)

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 4:52 pm



Quoting YooYoo (Reply 52):
Leaf Nation Airline!!

Proud owner of 190000 stocks in your company



A333TS
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 5:37 pm

I am 7001 stocks away from getting the 800,000 achievement status. If anyone is interested in buying some more stock the price right now is $12.68 and increasing. I have $115+ mil in my account which I'll be using to buy some fuel and several aircraft, so the stock is guaranteed to rise.

If you have already invested...thank you....and enjoy the virtual profits (especially the ones that invested at $0.10, some of whom have made more than $25 mil profit on this stock)  Big grin
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 6:03 pm

Winston's.com Airlines is pleased to announce we currently have 22 routes flying currently with the company purchasing a new aircraft more or less every day. Based at Manchester Airport we have the following aircraft.

1xB737-800 MAN-SKG
4xA319-200 MAN-YQB, YHM, IAD, AUH
1xB767-200ER MAN-BWN
1xB757-300 MAN-LED
3xA340-200 MAN-PER, JNB, ICN
7xB737-900 MAN-BLL, AAL, SYY, HAM, BCN, STW, SVO
3xERJ 190-200 MAN-SOU, EDI, GLA
2xATR 42-300 MAN-DUB, LGW

Please feel free to invest
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 7:27 pm



Quoting A333TS (Reply 66):
Proud owner of 190000 stocks in your company

merci

Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 53):
Just bought 50K. Good luck

merci
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 7:36 pm

GKIA is currently in the process of some drastic realignment of it's resources. All the turboprops with the exception of 4 Antonov 140s will be sold, as will the single Embraer 170-200. This is to get some cash to buy some larger jets in the 737/320 size market.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 7:43 pm

Just bought a 787 for HKG, a 739ER for SXM, a 739 for MIA, and a 752 for LUX. All routes were flown via ORD.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 9:24 pm

I've just started a new airline.

swisslink Airlines:

Hub: Zurich

Fleet:
4 Fokker 100 Tay620 (HB-JVA, B, C, D)
-> fleet is expected to grow by another 4 F100s within the next 48 hours

Destinations:
Turkey (Antalya)
Russia (Moscow, Petrozavodsk, St. Petersburg)
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 9:29 pm



Quoting AviationMaster (Reply 72):
swisslink Airlines:

I'd love to invest but you're not showing up in the airline list yet....


BTW the Fokkers are a good choice to start out with, though I'd dare say for a little more scratch the E190-200 maybe a better choice.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 9:30 pm

a Yak42 with 126 seats is now operating on MAN-Murcia
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 11:04 pm

Fuel is at $400. I'm going to buy a massive quantity, so my stock will probably drop a bit ($12.89 right now before the purchase). If you want to invest, now is the time. I have enough money to buy the fuel and then I will purchase a 747 so the stock is going to rebound back.

Make money while you can  Snow Globe Airlines
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Just purchased 100 mil lb of fuel. Stock is now at $12.45.....if anyone wants to buy, now is the time.

[Edited 2009-12-11 15:33:04]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 11:21 pm

FirstWorld Airlines annouced today that they have purchased 3.5 million pounds of top-quality Jet-A fuel at a bargain price of $400 per 1,000 pounds!

The airline is also extremely pleased to announce new service from Chicago Midway (Loop) to Phoenix Sky Harbor along with the purchase of a new Boeing 737-600 aircraft.

Fleet is small but growing everyday,

B737-800 x1
B737-600 x2
ATR 72-200 x3
ATR 72-600 x4

As always, investors are welcome!!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 11:27 pm



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 76):

Consider it done  Smile
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 11:37 pm



Quoting Gkirk (Reply 77):
Consider it done

Thank you very much!
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Fri Dec 11, 2009 11:45 pm



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 76):

As always, investors are welcome!!

Just bought 200k. Good luck  Smile
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:05 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 76):
FirstWorld Airlines annouced today that they have purchased 3.5 million pounds of top-quality Jet-A fuel at a bargain price of $400 per 1,000 pounds!

Jet-A cost just jumped back up to $1600 per 1,000 lbs!!!!!! Whoa, glad I got my order in JUST in the nick of time!!!  hypnotized 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:06 am



Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 79):
Just bought 200k. Good luck

Thanks - glad I got Jet-A hedged BEFORE the increase!!  goodvibes 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:12 am

Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 81):
Thanks - glad I got Jet-A hedged BEFORE the increase!!

 

It changes every hour, so if you want more, you can buy it in an hour  


C'mon people...I need only 7001 stocks to be sold to get the 800,000 status. Profits are guaranteed  Silly 

[Edited 2009-12-11 16:14:00]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:13 am

HIA announces a total of 50K shares bought in FirstWorld Airlines. CEO KH is pleased with his decision.

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:27 am



Quoting Phoenix9 (Reply 82):
C'mon people...I need only 7001 stocks to be sold to get the 800,000 status. Profits are guaranteed

Sorry but I have already invested the maximum 200,000 shares in your way cool airline. I would invest more but even going to 200,003 shares (via poor addition on my part with the old stock buying limits) resulted in a nasty gram for excessive stock owner ship. In any event I am max out and at the limit for total stock ownership.

I would advise anyone interest to buy stock in your profit machine as you are a profit making mogul.

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 83):
HIA announces a total of 50K shares bought in FirstWorld Airlines. CEO KH is pleased with his decision.

wow... I am equally pleased....

...And they ate Robin's Minstrels, and there was much rejoicing over the wonderful deeds done and tales told, stock bought, planes bought, routes launched, ......


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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:36 am

Why does the stock price drop so rapidly when I buy fuel for $400... after all, my 100,000,000 lbs are as important an asset to my airline as my aircraft - and when I spend $$$ on those, the stock price increases?
I'm an aviation expert. I have Sky Juice for breakfast.
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:50 am

Invest in "rusty airline"

Currently have 19 routes with 11 wide body aircraft + one more wide body coming on-line tonight.

Stock is growing fast, will not let investors down.

A333TS
 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 1:02 am

Update on Snow Globe Airlines:


Account: $20 mil+

I had $140 mil+ before I bought 100 mil lbs of fuel. Then l went on a spending binge and bought a 747 and several other aircraft to start a new hub in New Delhi. Feels good to spend so much (virtual) money 

Company Value: $131 mil+

Fleet/Routes: 119/118

Bought a Cessna, registered D-LOL, just so that I can get the proper distances for high demand routes, since there is a variability with the other site.

Fuel: 116 mil+ lbs.

Stock value: $13.11 (as I said earlier, shoud'a bought it while it was low  )

Quoting Ihadapheo (Reply 84):
WhineAir a proud member of the Airline Manager Anti-Airline Assassin Alliance

Count me in. While we wait for more airlines to join the alliance, I shall go make a meal fit for a king.  Wink

[Edited 2009-12-11 17:04:53]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 1:12 am

Jet-A just dropped back to $400 per 1,000 pounds!!!!!!  bigthumbsup 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 1:21 am

HIA announces purchase of intern capacity in the form of a 727-200 for the NRT-SGN route.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 1:28 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 89):
727-200 for the NRT-SGN route.

Have fun with maintenance cost for this beast. I bought these and they have had the most maintenance issues out of all the other aircraft I have. Once I recover some money from these, they'll be the first to be kicked out of the fleet.

Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 89):
purchase of intern

You can purchase interns?? If that is the case, I'd like to buy a few 20-25yr old hot female interns Big grin
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 1:31 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 89):
HIA announces purchase of intern capacity in the form of a 727-200 for the NRT-SGN route.

WhineAir is positively giddy to announce the addition of yet another DC-10-10 for use on the Snowball Express from KBUF-KROC. In other news WhineAir is pleased to announce that we have a new toilet paper tender open for bids

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 3:26 am

Hornet International announces an order for two more 788's with six options to replace 762ER's on current runs. I would like to use the 762ER's on other runs.

BTW,

I doubled my investment in Stasis's firm. Now please make me some money.

KH
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 3:37 am

HANCOX Airlines are please to make a few announcements

Firstly we are very impressed with the performance of our recently acquired fleet of 73G and are considering a follow on order for these to open our first non-eu hub this is expected to be an Australian hub out of Perth

Our fleet currently consists of

35 x B73G
8 x B753
6 x B762
2 x B788

8 x A319ACJ

We are currently adding 2-5 WB Aircraft per day

+100,000,000lbs of fuel hedged at $400/1000lbs
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 4:19 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 92):
I doubled my investment in Stasis's firm. Now please make me some money.

Roger that!!!  cheerful 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:01 am

Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 94):

Just bought some more shares.

HIA announces a new 737 type previously operated by HIA. Wth the CRJ's being mx queens, HIA has decided to operate the 734 again. We welcome the newest 737 series to join. HIA now operates the 734, 73G, 73GER, 739, and 739ER.

KH

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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:04 am

FirstWorld airlines is also extremely pleased to announce new service from Chicago Midway (Loop) to Bangor, Maine along with the purchase of another new ATR72-200 aircraft.

Fleet is continuing its reasonable growth rate.

B737-800 x1
B737-600 x2
ATR 72-200 x4
ATR 72-600 x4

The airline is analyzing it's next new route (probably Chicago Midway "Loop" to KHRL) - along with a likely purchase of another B737. Investors who are seeking a well-managed aviation investment are encouraged to invest in FirstWorld now.

Thanks to all current investors for their support!   

[Edited 2009-12-11 21:06:42 by stasisLAX]
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:09 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 96):

Just bought another 100K shares. Try getting a 73G and a 739ER/752. All are great a/c and fit nice into my fleet.
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 5:32 am



Quoting MCOflyer (Reply 97):
Try getting a 73G and a 739ER/752. All are great a/c and fit nice into my fleet.

I am trying to keep a somewhat "rational" fleet - not sure whether that helps to keep maintenance costs down to a minimum or not, but that's why I've focused on the ATR and B737 metal at this point. Thanks for your investment in shares and the tip on the B737-900ER!

Am I the only one that is now seriously addicted to this damn game? Between AM and Vampire Wars and Mafia Wars, I think I might need a 12 step program!  drunk 
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RE: Face Book Airline Manager Part 5

Sat Dec 12, 2009 8:49 am



Quoting StasisLAX (Reply 98):
Am I the only one that is now seriously addicted to this damn game?

Alas you are not - I too should be joining Airline Manager Anonymous. I'm just glad I can work it from my mobile phone when I'm away from home. Helps me earn lots of cash!
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