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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 1:22 am

Quoting Bill142 (Reply 98):

Just bought some of your stock

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 3:02 am

Charles Ryan Airlines has started its 3rd Base in LAX

By pleasing the people at Seattle, the airline has ordered 747-8s and is now currently operating 3 of the type.

Current fleet type:

6 A380-800
2 A319-100
5 A320-200
14 A330-300
27 A321
32 Boeing 787-8
3 Boeing 747-8
4 Airbus A330-200
2 Airbus A350-800
4 Airbus A350-900R
14 Airbus A350-1000
4 Boeing 787-3
13 ERJ190-200

SIN base = A320, A330, A350 ,A380, B787 and ERJ190
LHR base = A320 , A330, A350, A380, B787 and ERJ190
LAX base = A320, A330 , A350, B748

Thank you for investing in Charles Ryan Airlines
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 6:08 am

FirstWorld Airlines is pleased to announce new service from its worldport at Chicago O'Hare International Airport to Abidjan (Republic of Côte d'Ivoire) utilizing a new Boeing 767-400ER aircraft. Ivory Coast is the sixth African nation added to FirstWorld's expanding international route network. .

FirstWorld Airlines international route map as of 2/20/2010


[Edited 2010-02-20 22:13:10]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 9:06 am

Hoping to grab my first Int'l plane by next week.

[Edited 2010-02-21 01:08:48]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 9:14 am

EHAM Airlines would like to share our current fleet situation with you:

2 x ATR 42-300
3 x ATR 72-500
12 x ERJ 145ER
13 x DC-9-10
6 x CRJ 900NG
1 x CRJ 1000

This make up a fleet of 37 A/C's with just as many routes. EHAM Airlines is not going to click on "increase" on AM, so our budget is being made up by our short haul routes to eventually be able to purchase our first long haul A/C.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 2:49 pm

EHAM Airlines - a perfect investment opportunity!
319,320,321,333,343,388,717,732,733,735,736,73G,738,752,AB4,AR1,AR8,ATR,AT7,D9S,D10,DH4,E45,E70,E90,F27,F50,M82,M83,M90,
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 8:28 pm

Quoting sudden (Reply 104):

Just bought 200,000 stocks in EHAM Airlines


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 9:11 pm

Quoting RobertNL070 (Reply 106):
Just bought 200,000 stocks in EHAM Airlines

How patriotic of you. 
(binnen kort kan je met pension   ) A good investment though.

During this afternoon we also took delivery of our brand spanking new ERJ 190-100AR and another ERJ 145ER, which brings our fleet and routes up to 39. And if you want to buy shares before they climb away from you, invest now.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 21, 2010 9:26 pm

Ok, the basics:

Aspen Mountain Airlines

Hub: Denver

Stock price: $54.21

Fleet:
737-700 x 7
737-800 x 1
747-400 (various models) x 6
757-300 x 5
777-300 x 2
787-8 x 25
A310-300 x 1
A330-300 x 2
A380-800 x 9
58 planes



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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:09 am

FirstWorld Airlines is pleased to announce new service from its worldport at Chicago O'Hare Airport to Banjarmasin (the capital of South Kalimantan province) Indonesia. This new route is utilizing a new Boeing 787-900 aircraft, the 22nd 787 aircraft purchased by the airline. This aircraft will receive a special version of FirstWorld's color scheme to commemorate the 100th aircraft purchased by the airline.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 22, 2010 3:09 am

It seems that the maintenance incident rate has been changed. Meaning, that the ridiculous costs of minor maintenance events seem to happen on a much more frequently. (symbol generator failure, fuzzy computer screens in cockpits, or the ever-present low LH MLG tire pressure). Anyone else noticing this?
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 22, 2010 8:47 am

Coreolis continues to be very pleased with their A380-800 fleet and today purchased another 30 A380-800 aircraft with GP7270 powerplants, bring the total A380 fleet to 247. We intend to up-gauge our more profitable 777-300LR routes to A380 services, enabling us to reassign the 300LR fleet to our existing 737-700ER routes, in order to retire the 737 fleet from service. the Stock price has increased from $1094 to $1125 as the aircraft have been phased into service.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 22, 2010 9:56 am

Slapper Airlines (Hub: Birmingham(BHX)) is happy to announce its weekly results.

Slapper has spent much of the week fighting with the new ATC system which has removed some previously appreciated elements of control, we have also spent a lot more time analysing the advertising markets and rescheduling some routes and removing some.

Slapper now operates 323 routes with over 240 of them from our Birmingham hub. We have $1.58bn in cash, a share price of $94.75 and over 900M lbs of fuel in stock. A few shares are still available. Slapper is currently looking at building cash for the arrival of the new South East Asia mini-hub which will have 40+ routes assigned to it.

Slapper is also considering adding a handful of connecting flights from Orlando Sanford to its very popular routes there from BHX, EDI, LGW and TXL.

Slapper has completed it's fleet upgrade and now has the following fleet:

15 Boeing 777-300ER
25 Airbus 330-300
25 Airbus 330-200
80 Airbus 321-200
120 Airbus 320-200
48 Embraer 190-200AR
10 Embraer 170-200

We have options on further 77W, 333 and 321. Slapper is aware that some of its 332 fleet are starting to approach their 4th C-check and a decision will be made on their replacement as they come closer to this check. G-SLAX will be the first long-haul aircraft to reach this level followed by G-SLIT.

The final decision on the South East Asia mini-hub has yet to be taken, whilst three of the original four contenders have been ruled out, a fifth contender has impressed with its facilities and stable yields and is being analysed. A final decision will be taken on Saturday. The mini-hub will be served by 2 Airbus 380-800's from BHX a day, 77W's from LGW and TXL and a 332 from EDI as its initial European feed.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 22, 2010 1:02 pm

Some update for shareholders in EHAM Airlines,

Fleet:
1 X ATR 42-300
2 X ATR 42-600
2 X ATR 72-500
13 X ERJ 145ER
13 X DC-9-10
6 X CRJ 900NG
1 X CRJ 1000
3 X ERJ 190-100AR

Fleet now up to 41 A/C's with the same amount of routes.
Shares now at 0.55
Reputation at 100% but just dropped to 98.1% due to purchase of our 3rd ERJ 190.
Weather is crap and I'm bored.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 22, 2010 4:28 pm

Aer Eireann Update

Current situation as of 16:10 GMT 22/02/2010

Base: DUB and secondary hub at BHD
Company Value: $2,423,095
Stock Rate: $0.24
Fleet size: 9 (to be 11 by 11pm GMT)

Current fleet:

ATR 42-600
EI-ATB - LDY-NCL

ATR 72-600
EI-ATC - BHD-LCY
EI-ATD - BHD-EDI

DHC-8 Q300
EI-DHA - BHD-ORK

Embraer E195
EI-MBC - DUB-LTN

Embraer E195LR
EI-MBA - DUB-ALC
EI-MBB - BHD-ALC
EI-MBD - DUB-AGP
EI-MBE - BHD-AGP
EI-MBF - DUB-PMI
EI-MBG - BHD-PMI

Italics aircraft to be delivered by 11pm tonight to begin service 23/02/2010.

Aer Eireann continues to be hampered by the loss of the tick box dispatch button and has therefore decided to slow down enlargement until it is returned. Aer Eireann would have also been hit badly by adverse weather in Ireland on Sunday as Dublin airport was hit by bad snow showers and BHD was forced to use brushes to de-ice A/C after both de-icing trucks were left inoperative. Thankfully we are in AM world!

So our plans for the near future is to introduce DUB/BHD to FAO by the end of the week and then take a break from purchasing new A/C to allow AM to recover from its transition and to have enough money to purchase B737-700s to operate to TFS/LPA and LCA from DUB and BFS due to a fully laden B737 not being able to operate out of BHD's runway.

Plans to introduce REU as a destination were scrapped this morning.

In other plans we are currently in negotiations with our good friends at BHD to begin basing a small fleet of A318s at the airfield to operate flights direct to US and Canada. Destinations currently being explored are JFK, IAD, BOS, YUL and YYZ.

Atlantic flights from DUB will be introduced at a later date possibly in B752s and will service the same destinations as the A318s but including ORD and CLE.

That will be all, next update will be nearer the end of the week.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Feb 22, 2010 10:09 pm

Quoting stasisLAX (Reply 110):
It seems that the maintenance incident rate has been changed. Meaning, that the ridiculous costs of minor maintenance events seem to happen on a much more frequently. (symbol generator failure, fuzzy computer screens in cockpits, or the ever-present low LH MLG tire pressure). Anyone else noticing this?

I recently gave my mechanics a few raises at once and over the last 4 full days have only encountered 11 unscheduled maintenance issues. That's not too bad with a fleet of around 400 aircraft and some 1600 flights during that time.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 23, 2010 12:10 am

WhineAir is quite happy to announce that some time tomorrow we will pass the $ 1 billion mark in company value. To celebrate there will be free vodka and Tang (what the heck I'll toss in free Brahmas as well).

In other news WhineAir is giddy as can be to announce the launching of our 24th A380 and it carries the registration "Harlot"to celebrate the surprise return of ScarletHarlot to A.Net. WhineAir is also looking to hire an Actuary to help with our insurance liability evaluation...

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:49 am

FirstWorld Airlines is pleased to announce new international service from its worldport at Chicago's O'Hare Airport to Zamboanga City in The Philippines. This is FirstWorld's first service to The Philippines. New service to the "Garden City of Flowers" has begun with a state-of-the-art Boeing 787-900 aircraft.

First in service, around the World - FirstWorld Airlines. (AM stock price is $34.65 today)
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 23, 2010 7:36 am

Eimsbüttel Airlines is still here.

6 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO, D-ADBO, D-ADCO, D-ADDO, D-ADEO, D-ADFO): SJO-IAD, SJO-RDU, SJO-CMW, SJO-ATL, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-BATC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
10 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
10 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH, D-AEMI, D-AEMJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW, SJO-IAD, SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-MBJ, SJO-TGU

We have just completed our DC-10 acquisitions, as well as the DC-9 phaseouts. We will now focus on getting delivery of D-AIBA, our first A340-200.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 23, 2010 10:16 am

EHAM Airlines are pleased to announce that today at 0900 hours we took delivery of our first Long Haul A/C. We opted for a 767-200 that will be flying to North America.

EHAM Airlines would also like to inform all shareholders that shares are now at .68 and climbing.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 23, 2010 5:53 pm

Man fuel has been damn expensive for the last 15 hours or so!   
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 23, 2010 9:06 pm

Quoting KPDX (Reply 120):
Man fuel has been damn expensive for the last 15 hours or so!

I'm down to 45,902,924 Lbs and getting nervous. I've got the money to buy fuel, but at the recent prices, I'll wait.

While I'm here, an update:

Trans Coastal Airlines stock is at 161.94 and the company is worth $1,619,189,077

Our fleet stands at 415 a/c and we're operating 401 routes. Our current fleet is as followed:

Dornier 328JET 38
CRJ-701 30
717-200 78
737-700 36
757-300 86
767-200ER 71
777-200LR 7
777-300LR 21
787-8 28
A380-800 20
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Feb 23, 2010 10:15 pm

Quoting srbmod (Reply 121):
I'm down to 45,902,924 Lbs and getting nervous. I've got the money to buy fuel, but at the recent prices, I'll wait.

Well I just started my airline yesterday, so this just sucks for me. 
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Feb 24, 2010 1:19 am

We have re-evaluated our strategy and have decided NOT to formalise our LOI for an A340-200.

6 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO, D-ADBO, D-ADCO, D-ADDO, D-ADEO, D-ADFO): SJO-IAD, SJO-RDU, SJO-CMW, SJO-ATL, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-BATC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
10 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
10 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH, D-AEMI, D-AEMJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW, SJO-IAD, SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-MBJ, SJO-TGU
1 787-8 (D-ABUA): SJO-FRA

We do still intend on buying more Airbus aircraft eventually, but for our widebody strategy, we have decided to instead get the Boeing 787-8, which will all be in the D-ABU*-sequence. It carries slightly more people than the A340-200, and is more fuel economic. Our first destination for D-ABUA will be FRA. We're still keeping HAM as a major business destination in Germany, but due to the better connection opportunities and more demand, we chose FRA for our mainline passengers going to the centre of Europe.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Feb 24, 2010 1:48 am

Fuel back down to $400 for at least another 12 mins   
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Feb 24, 2010 2:00 am

I have to apologize to my investors for a bit of a stock hit today, fuel is at $ 400.00/1000lbs and I added 125 million lbs to my supply. Not to worry as WhineAir's stock will resume it's climb tomorrow.


Cash on had and company value are both above the $ 1 billion level and we will add another A380 (or a batch of 787s ) some time late Thursday. The maintenance silliness continues with low tire pressures, symbol troubles and naughty spoilers to name a few. The maintenance issues are becoming a serious strain on my patience and greatly reduce the "fun" of the game.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Feb 24, 2010 2:05 am

Quoting sudden (Reply 119):
EHAM Airlines would also like to inform all shareholders that shares are now at .68 and climbing.

Currently$ 0.77 per share, I paid 0.14.... 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Feb 24, 2010 2:11 am

Imola Air has just bought 4 more A342's for our Pacific destinations!

  
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Feb 24, 2010 4:10 am

Hackers playing AM are cheating, which is no surprise at all.

However, these folks have found a way to set the number of their employees to a negative number - one hackers set the number of his airline's staff is NEGATIVE 1478 employees and his stock price increase by $378.61 in 2 days (starting from 0.08!). Hackers have also capitalized on coding faults in the new, faster "I-frame" code when purchasing airplanes (A380's, of course) that provides the player with multiple numbers of the aircraft for the cost of only one. The most I have heard about in the AM boards is a buy one A380, get 3 free hacker scheme.......

Please be aware that this problem is rather widespread, and as soon as these hackers/players are caught by the AM developers, they will be banned from the game. When they are banned, any investments in stock will be zero'd out. So if a certain airlines' stock performance looks too good to be true, the airline is probably a hacker account. BEWARE!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:15 pm

Imola Air will be getting rid of its short range fleet consisting of the ERJ190-200 and ERJ145ER. That is 14 planes all together.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Feb 25, 2010 10:38 pm

Aer Eireann Update

Current situation as of 22:20 GMT 25/02/2010

Base: DUB and secondary hub at BHD
Company Value: $3,403,617
Stock Rate: $0.34
Fleet size: 13

Current fleet:

ATR 42-600
EI-ATB - LDY-NCL

ATR 72-600
EI-ATC - BHD-LCY
EI-ATD - BHD-EDI

DHC-8 Q300
EI-DHA - BHD-ORK

Embraer E195
EI-MBC - DUB-LTN

Embraer E195LR
EI-MBA - DUB-ALC
EI-MBB - BHD-ALC
EI-MBD - DUB-AGP
EI-MBE - BHD-AGP
EI-MBF - DUB-PMI
EI-MBG - BHD-PMI
EI-MBH - DUB-FAO
EI-MBI - BHD-FAO


Aer Eireann have just purchased our 7th and 8th E195LRs (8th and 9th E195s) they will be deployed on the flights from both our bases to Faro in the Algarve. We will now take a short break in our growth to allow the long awaited tick boxes to return to the dispatch page. We will then purchase a fleet of B737-700s to fly to the Canary Islands, Cyprus, Luxor, Marrakech and Turkey. We are also exploring the possibility of breaking into the Balkans market!

All the best!

CEO of Aer Eireann
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Feb 25, 2010 11:43 pm

The 787 has proven to be a smashing success, and we're looking for more:

6 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO, D-ADBO, D-ADCO, D-ADDO, D-ADEO, D-ADFO): SJO-IAD, SJO-RDU, SJO-CMW, SJO-ATL, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 ATR-42-500 (D-BATA, D-BATB, D-BATC, D-BATD, D-BATE, D-BATF, D-BATG, D-BATH, D-BATI, D-BATJ, D-BATK, D-BATL, D-BATM, D-BATN, D-BATO, D-BATP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
10 CRJ-100 (D-ACRA, D-ACRB, D-ACRC, D-ACRD, D-ACRE, D-ACRF, D-ACRG, D-ACRH, D-ACRI, D-ACRJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
10 E-190-100 (D-AEMA, D-AEMB, D-AEMC, D-AEMD, D-AEME, D-AEMF, D-AEMG, D-AEMH, D-AEMI, D-AEMJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW, SJO-IAD, SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-MBJ, SJO-TGU
3 787-8 (D-ABUA, D-ABUB, D-ABUC): SJO-FRA, SJO-PEK, SJO-CDG

Eventually, we may increase our services with the 787 (maybe once we can take delivery of either 747-8s or A380s), but for new, we announce a new destination for when we take delivery of D-ABUB, our second 787: Due to the relations between Costa Rica and China, D-ABUB will soon start nonstop service to PEK! And while we're at it, we proudly announce that our third 787, D-ABUC, will be in charge of starting our services to CDG. What AF announced but never did for SJO, we will do it!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Feb 25, 2010 11:48 pm

Repairs are really starting to nark me now. I'm getting roughly one every 25 flights today, which is sending my reputation down the Swanee, OK, I've got a few planes over 1000 hours now, but surely it should be better than this.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:46 am

Quoting iainbhx (Reply 132):
epairs are really starting to nark me now

I must say that Aer Eireann has been suffering from a number of technical issues despite our modern and young fleet including one hydraulic issue on the first day of operations for one of my Embraers!! Today was the first day in the last 3 that I have been incident free!
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 26, 2010 1:34 am

Quoting iainbhx (Reply 132):
Repairs are really starting to nark me now. I'm getting roughly one every 25 flights today

Consider giving your mechanics a few raises in a row. It seems even the birds try harder to avoid my shiny aircraft now 
I still run into mech issues but they're not too bad, had maybe three today with a fleet of 400.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 26, 2010 5:11 am

FirstWorld Airlines continues its African route expansion and is please to announce new 787-900 service to the port city of Bata, in oil-rich Equatorial Guinea. FirstWorld now flies to 8 African cities from its hub at ORD.

FirstWorld Airlines international route map as of 2/20/2010
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 26, 2010 7:44 am

Quoting flood (Reply 134):
Consider giving your mechanics a few raises in a row. It seems even the birds try harder to avoid my shiny aircraft now 
I still run into mech issues but they're not too bad, had maybe three today with a fleet of 400.

Mechanics are already on $1,400 - I'd quite like to make a profit on my shorthaul routes.

I've just had three with the launch of the morning bank - about 250 flights. At least that has improved my reputation overall to a miserable 91.2%
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 26, 2010 3:25 pm

Due to an Avril Lavigne CD that has decided to fortify itself in an unoperable disc drive in a computer, Roadrunner Express hasn't been able to purchase any more planes.

Oops.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 26, 2010 3:47 pm

Quoting eclipseflight7 (Reply 137):
Due to an Avril Lavigne CD that has decided to fortify itself in an unoperable disc drive in a computer, Roadrunner Express hasn't been able to purchase any more planes

As a reward for you taking another Avril Lavigne CD out of circulation WhineAir is happy to announce the purchase of an additional 15,000 shares of your way cool airline. This brings WhineAir's holding of your stock to 140,000 shares

Zip

WhineAir is moving along nicely with more than $ 1.3 billion in cash on hand and a company value of $ 1.06 billion. We might add a pair of A380s today or push on a pad the petty cash fund
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Feb 26, 2010 11:07 pm

Eurowind is pleased to see my home PDX being added to the database, which we expect to serve shortly. It's such a cool airport they apparently decided to add it twice  This among a dozen or so other US airports and further destinations in Chile, the Philippines, and Bangladesh. Arvidsjaur in Sweden is now also open for business.

Quoting iainbhx (Reply 136):
Mechanics are already on $1,400 - I'd quite like to make a profit on my shorthaul routes.

Was just a suggestion   If you're spending a lot on repairs it may make senes to increase the salaries of your mechanics which, in my case, significantly reduced the number of maintenance issues.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Feb 27, 2010 11:54 am

DRH Airlines has announced major long haul expansion with 4 new routes opening today with new 340 aircraft.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:03 am

Top up your tanks! Fuel currently at $500. For some reason this doesn't happen that often lately.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:26 am

Quoting sudden (Reply 141):
Top up your tanks! Fuel currently at $500.

I am Scottish and therefore do not buy fuel at anything under $400/1000lbs except in extreme cases and that has not yet happened!
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:50 am

Quoting sudden (Reply 141):
Top up your tanks! Fuel currently at $500

I just spent $5 mil yesterday on fuel at $400. It'll go down to $400 in a few mins, probably.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 28, 2010 11:57 am

DRH Airlines is replacing it's current 737 fleet with new Airbus family aircraft Longer range flights will be on 321 aircraft with the rest being 320's.

Other then the 380, we envisage going over to a Long Haul fleet of Boeing aircraft shortly.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:30 pm

Aer Eireann Update

Current situation as of 21:22 GMT 28/02/2010

Base: DUB and secondary hub at BHD
Company Value: $3,974,325
Stock Rate: $0.40
Fleet size: 13

Current fleet:

ATR 42-600
EI-ATB - LDY-NCL

ATR 72-600
EI-ATC - BHD-LCY
EI-ATD - BHD-EDI

DHC-8 Q300
EI-DHA - BHD-ORK

Embraer E195
EI-MBC - DUB-LTN

Embraer E195LR
EI-MBA - DUB-ALC
EI-MBB - BHD-ALC
EI-MBD - DUB-AGP
EI-MBE - BHD-AGP
EI-MBF - DUB-PMI
EI-MBG - BHD-PMI
EI-MBH - DUB-FAO
EI-MBI - BHD-FAO

No change to the fleet since my last update a few days ago, planning on taking delivery of 2 more E195LRs to operate flights to PMO from our two bases. After that I will concentrate on offering flights to TFS and LPA from DUB/BHD. Another update coming in a few days time with more plans.

All the best!

CEO of Aer Eireann

[Edited 2010-02-28 13:32:20]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Feb 28, 2010 9:52 pm

We need to discuss strategy:

6 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO, D-ADBO, D-ADCO, D-ADDO, D-ADEO, D-ADFO): SJO-IAD, SJO-RDU, SJO-CMW, SJO-ATL, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB
2 A319-100CJ (D-AIRA, D-AIRB): SJO-HAM, SJO-MAD
16 737-700 (D-ABIA, D-ABIB, D-ABIC, D-ABID, D-ABIE, D-ABIF, D-ABIG, D-ABIH, D-ABII, D-ABIJ, D-ABIK, D-ABIL, D-ABIM, D-ABIN, D-ABIO, D-ABIP): SJO-MBJ, SJO-BOG, SJO-PTY, SJO-MGA, SJO-SAL, SJO-TGU, SJO-GUA, SJO-BZE
2 DHC-6-300 Twin Otter (D-IDHA, D-IDHB): SJO-LIR
10 737-600 (D-ABCA, D-ABCB, D-ABCC, D-ABCD, D-ABCE, D-ABCF, D-ABCG, D-ABCH, D-ABCI, D-ABCJ): SJO-MIA, SJO-MEX, SJO-NAS, SJO-GYE, SJO-CCS
10 737-800 (D-ABXA, D-ABXB, D-ABXC, D-ABXD, D-ABXE, D-ABXF, D-ABXG, D-ABXH, D-ABXI, D-ABXJ): SJO-ATL, SJO-RDU, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-CMW, SJO-IAD, SJO-BOG, SJO-SAL, SJO-MBJ, SJO-TGU
3 787-8 (D-ABUA, D-ABUB, D-ABUC): SJO-FRA, SJO-PEK, SJO-CDG

We plan to eventually replace our shorthaul narrowbody fleet. We're still thinking about what to replace each type. So we've made the decision to go all-Boeing. 73Gs to replace the ATRs, 737-600s for the CRJs, and 737-800s for the E-Jets.

[Edited 2010-02-28 14:00:54]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 12:22 am

WhineAir is currently busy as a chimp in a banana factory (in the quality control taste testing sector of course). We are currently building our petty cash fund in anticipation of a mild fleet expansion in the not too distant future.

Our current stats are as follows

Cash on hand $ 1.77 Billion

Company value $ 1.11 Billion

Stock $ 110.42/share



At this time WhineAir has the ability to invest 90,000 shares in airlines that strike our demented business sense as being investment targets

Oh well in is time for a rather stiff Vodka and Tang to drown our Hockey sorrows in. On a related note WhineAir is in negotiations with a secret mogul to be the official airline f the 2018 Ghana Olympic hockey team.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:04 am

Fuel at $400 for the next 57 min!!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:37 am

Slapper Airlines (Base: Birmingham, UK) has announced its new mini-hub. After a difficult choice, Slapper has decided to base its South East Asia hub at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was a tough competition with Hanoi making considerable running, but KUL has shown more consistent yields. The first flights from the hub departed this morning, with 77W's flying to SYD, AVV and YVR and 333's flying to a range of high-yielding regional destinations. KUL is now also served from all three slapper focus cities. Over the next two days, Slapper will be adding a further 44 routes from KUL using Airbus 333, 332 and 321. This will leave Slapper operating some 382 routes.

In order to make sure that there is sufficent feed from Slapper's main hub in BHX, Slapper has bought 2 Airbus 380-800 aircraft powered by Rolls Royce Trent 972's engines. One will operate in the morning to KUL and one in the evening.

Slapper's fleet objectives for the next two weeks will be to finish the KUL hub and to consider the replacement of some of the older Airbus 330-200's, this is likely to be done on a like for like basis in many cases, with some higher yielding routes moving to either Airbus 330-300's or Boeing 777-300ER's depending on range requirements.

Slapper has cash reserves of $1.6bn which is enough for the rest of the KUL expansion and for day to day needs. Slapper has over 900M lbs of fuel in reserve and shares are trading at just over $112, some public shares are still available.
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