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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:52 pm

I think my stock jumped up about a dollar and a half yesterday.

I have 155 planes for 155 routes, with hubs at Houston and Newark.

20 MD-80's
20 DC-9-50's
3 DC-10-10's
12 727-200's
16 737-100's
14 737-200C's
20 737-300's
15 737-500's
2 747-100's
6 767-200's
27 ERJ-145's

Roadrunner Express. I still have stock availableeeeee.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:45 pm

Pan-Siberian Airlines is big these days.

We currently have 288 routes, with hubs in Novosibirsk, Moscow, Yakutsk and Irkutsk.



Share price now at 318.08
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:59 pm

Quoting eclipseflight7 (Reply 150):
Roadrunner Express. I still have stock availableeeeee

WhineAir is impressed by your using the letter e multiple times and of course your nifty stock price move. In light of these wonderful events WhineAir is pleased to announce that we have purchased another 35 thousand shares of your fine firm. WhineAir also is a bit saddened by the lack of another RoadRunner Express artwork to cheer our dreary existence. There is talk amongst the chimps that an new bit of whimsical art will result in an additional stock purchase (if you have any left!!)

WhineAir is closing in on having $ 2 Billion in our rather smallish petty cash drawer and the company value is somewhere north of $ 1.12 Billion. Freddie T Frog (yes Freddie The Frog from The New Zoo Revue is all grown up and buying aeroplanes) has a grand plan for a fleet expansion when we reach $ 2.502 Billion in the slush fund. Two or three A380s and a handful of 787s will be added to our fleet and will add even more revenue to our daily totals

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:13 pm

In compliance with WhineAir's request, here is a poster celebrating our new Mexican routes from Houston with ERJ-145's.

Holy sh*ts and burritos.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:24 pm

Quoting eclipseflight7 (Reply 153):
In compliance with WhineAir's request, here is a poster celebrating our new Mexican routes from Houston with ERJ-145's.

WhineAir has seen the new poster and in the throws of a flashback to his CZM trips in days gone by Zippy buys another 25 thousand shares of RoadRunnerExpress stock. This takes us up to the maximum 200 thousand shares that we can invest in a single airline.

The entire staff of WhineAir would like to thank and congratulate Road Runner Express on the work of their fine art department. It looks like the staff of both of our firms got their start in the same place, though our artists somehow managed to skip the whimsy & humor lecture

Zip



[Edited 2010-03-01 14:30:41]
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:49 pm

Aer Eireann Update

Current situation as of 22:40 GMT 01/03/2010

Base: DUB and secondary hub at BHD
Company Value: $4,486,208
Stock Rate: $0.45
Fleet size: 15

Current fleet:

ATR 42-600
EI-ATB - LDY-NCL

ATR 72-600
EI-ATC - BHD-LCY
EI-ATD - BHD-EDI
EI-ATE - 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
EI-MBJ - DUB-PMO
EI-MBK - BHD-PMO

Aer Eireann were originally not going to update the world on progress until tomorrow evening however we thought do it today instead, today is 5 weeks since we began operations! Today Aer Eireann acquired 3 new aircraft and retired one from service (DHC-8 Q300). An ATR 72-600 has been drafted in to replace the older Dash-8C on the BHD-ORK routing. A new routing was added due to a high demand and promises to be extremely profitable for us, BHD/DUB - PMO. Each flight will operate 2x daily and if loads are favourable will bring in just short of $1m profit a day for the airline!

Tomorrow evening Aer Eireann will take delivery of yet another aircraft EI-BOA a B737-700 to operate DUB-TFS daily and sometime later in the week it will be joined by EI-BOB to fly BFS-TFS (BHD not having a long enough runway for a B737-700 full of fuel and pax to take off safely). Anyway another update will come probably Friday.

All the best!

CEO of Aer Eireann

[Edited 2010-03-01 14:51:43]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Mar 02, 2010 12:25 am

EDIT to last post: 5 weeks to the day since we began operations we flew our 100,000th passenger! I forgot to include that in the main update!

All the best!!
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Mar 02, 2010 11:42 am

My little airline is successfully operating 16 routes from HEL

AAH ERJ 170-200 (this route will see the next a/c upgrade)
AAR ERJ 170-200
ARN ERJ 170-200
LEJ ERJ 170-200
NYO ERJ 170-200

CPH ERJ 190-100
KRK ERJ 190-100

FRA B737-800

CDG B737-900
IST B737-900 (route added today)
LPL B737-900
LYS B737-900 (a/c upgraded yesterday)
MUC B737-900

RKV B757-300 (route and a/c added yesterday)

MKE A340-200
SLC A340-300
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:23 pm

Hoy!

I bought 20 ERJ-145's to open new Mexican destinations.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v634/Jetsetter737/bueno.jpg

And my stock rate went up another fiddy cents. 182 routes with 182 airplanes, flying to 90% of American cities, 8 routes to Europe, and Hawaii and Alaska.



Fleet:
20 MD-80's
20 DC-9-50's
3 DC-10-10's
50 ERJ-145's
12 727-200's
16 737-100's
14 737-200C's
20 737-300's
15 737-500's
2 747-100's
4 757-200's
6 767-200's

I got more planes than banana's on a book
I fly more places than my right hands got to hook
I have 747's flyin up in the sky
And you better recognize my peanut supply
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:46 am

Quoting EGPH (Reply 155):

I wanted to buy stock in your fine airline but there seems to be none left! I'm a direct competitor! Like EI and FR!



AERA AIRLINES UPDATE

Aera Airlines, Ireland's largest airline, has just hedged 80,000,000 pounds of fuel at a cost of $40,000,000. With only 4 Airbus A320 left to be delivered out of our record January 2010 order of 40, Aera Airlines will now look to expanding long-haul operations to the 3 continents worldwide not already being served - South America, Africa and Australia.

Current fleet:

36 A320-200
8 B767-200ER
10 B757-300
8 ERJ 190-200

Stock price: $7.18
Fuel: 82,000,000 pounds

We look forward to working with future investors.

CEO Aera Airlines
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 03, 2010 2:17 am

Charles Ryan Airlines has expanded quite a bit since the last update !

Now operating a fleet of 164, with 3 bases LAX, SIN and LHR.

13 ERJ190-200
3 Airbus A319
8 Airbus A320
31 Airbus A321
8 Airbus A330-200
21 Airbus A330-300
3 Airbus A350-800
2 Airbus A350-900
5 Airbus A350-900R
18 Airbus A350-1000
4 Boeing 787-3
32 Boeing 787-8
6 Boeing 747-8

There will be more deliveries of the Airbus A320, A330, A350 and B747-8.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 03, 2010 11:18 pm

Los Real Airlines is available for investment if any one is interested.

We currently have a variable fleet flying to 16 destinations on all continents.

Stock price currently stands at $1.04 so excellent value.

We expect to be expanding rapidly in the short term taking advantage of some unsual routes from our hub in DUB.






[Edited 2010-03-03 15:21:14]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:20 pm

Aer Eireann Update

Current situation as of 22:15 GMT 05/03/2010

Base: DUB and secondary hub at BHD
Company Value: $6,778,101
Stock Rate: $0.68
Fleet size: 19

Current fleet:

ATR 42-600
EI-ATB - LDY-NCL

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

Boeing 737-700
EI-BOA - DUB-TFS
EI-BOB - BFS-TFS
EI-BOC - DUB-LPA
EI-BOD - BFS-LPA

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
EI-MBJ - DUB-PMO
EI-MBK - BHD-PMO

Well it has been a little while since Aer Eireann last updated the world on business progress. This week we have take delivery of our first 4 B737-700s serving their destinations 1x daily. During the first half of the week the airline had no advertising campaigns active due to the never ending astronomical price of advertising and consequently our profits did suffer. However on Wednesday afternoon a deal was struck for cheap advertising on all routes flying. Objectives for next week are to purchase 2 E195LRs to serve CAG from DUB/BHD then to purchase 2 B737-700s to serve LCA from DUB/BFS. Further plans to be unveiled in due course, next update may be next week sometime, probably midweek.

All the best!

CEO of Aer Eireann

[Edited 2010-03-05 14:33:10]
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:17 pm

The basics haven't changed. The changes are listed below.

Quoting texan (Reply 108):

Aspen Mountain Airlines

Hub: Denver

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

Stock price: $77.03
A380s: 16 (up from 9)

Stock price, it goes up.

Route map:



Quoting ihadapheo (Reply 116):
n 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.

   Awesome!

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Mar 05, 2010 11:28 pm

We're making progress implementing our all-Boeing narrowbody fleet:

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

The only downside: It delayed our EIS of D-ABUC for SJO-CDG, but on the bright side, we've got rid of all CRJs. Even though neither CRJs, ATRs nor E-190s are listed in this fleet list, they're still flying, but we hope to have this settled soon. Perhaps I may even decide to delay the rest of the fleet for the third 787.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Mar 06, 2010 7:40 am

BeAwesome. FlyAwesome.

AwesomeFleet now 103
30x 747-400
64x A330-300
9x 787-8

HubAwesome now at LHR, IAD, HKG and SYD.

Plenty of StockAwesome to go around. So BeAwesome and Invest.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Mar 06, 2010 10:16 pm

WhneAir is as happy as Abe Vigoda cashing his Barney Miller royalty check to announce the following info:

After adding a few more A380s to our fleet we have been busy trying to rebuild our petty cash box. The result is we now have $2.32 billion in cash. The company value is $ 1.226 billion with a stock price of $122.51/share.

Zippy will press on in the face of opressive boredom to continue padding the profits and fleet size. We do have about 32 thousand shares that we can invest in a few airlines that strike our fancy.

Zip

Ok, who turned off the spell check and added the text from someone else's post in my reply "box"?,
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Mar 07, 2010 3:11 am

Aeroleet Airlines is proud to announce that we fly to EVERY country in South America, Europe and Asia.


Our fleet consists of 69 Ilyushin 96-400s as well as 36 A380s. Our new goal is to fly to every country in Africa. We still have stock available for investors, so don't forget to buy  .
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 10, 2010 9:14 am

Thanks to all those who have took the plunge and invested in Los Real Airlines.

We continue to grow and have offically confirmed DUB as our hub.

We now have 18 routes and we are flying to all of the world continents.

We have just purchased our first 787 and it has been put on our DUB-Perth route and getting excellent loads.

Over the coming days we hope to expand further into North and South America along with some new African destinations.

Stock price currently $1.50. A steal!!
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 10, 2010 9:23 am

My Airline
GlobalWorldExpress Airlines

1 Concorde

3 A380-800

3 A340-600

1 A318Elite

2 A319CJ

3 B777-200LR

27 Boeing 787-8

6 ERJ-190
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 10, 2010 9:34 am

GlobalWorldExpress Airlines is an airline with 1 A318Elite , 6 A319CJ ,3 A340-600 , 4 A380-800 , 27 B787-8 , 3 B777-200LR and 6 ERJ 190 . We fly to almost all the continents in the world , mainly Australia , Asia , Europe and North America. We pledged to expand our services soon to the other areas of North America , Europe and South America and we treat our passengers as guests instead of passengers. All our planes are fitted with glass cockpit and our aim is to provide "new aircrafts" instead of "aging ones" We looked forward to buy more A380-800s and bringing in new types of Wide-bodied aircraft and replace all the regional jets in the future.
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 10, 2010 10:16 pm

Quoting DABZF (Reply 157):

Since last week JPIA Airlines faced out all Embraer Regional Jets as well as the odd B737-800 and has introduced B737-900ER to compliment already existed B737-900 on it's routes. For the more popular routes we have acquired 2 more B757-300's as well as 3 B787-3's.

For longer routes we have invested into 2 A380-800, which are currently operated on HEL-AKL and HEL-VCP routes.
Our A340-200 has just been sold and A340-300 will be sold tomorrow - we have not been happy with the performance of the A340's and our fleet will see more B777's as well as B747's in the future.

Our current fleet is:
2 x A319-100CJ
5 x B737-900
10 x B737-900ER
3 x B757-300
3 x B787-3
1 x B777-200
1 x B777-300
1 x A340-300
2 x A380-800

JP International Airlines - We take you there where no one else flies   
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Mar 11, 2010 1:21 am

My stock is currently at $82.80 because I bought fuel. I am saving money to buy somewhere around 5-10 A380s at once. Stock price will rise accordingly as will the prominence of Denver . . . maybe? Aspen Mountain Airlines

Texan
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Mar 11, 2010 1:21 am

DRH Airlines is today starting to get rid of its Mixed long haul fleet of 75 76 and 340 aircraft, and going over to larger capacity 787-800 aircraft. 9 were purchased today, with 12 more on order due for delivery shortly. 3 new 320s were also purchased today to start new euro routes out of MAN, as well as a 321 which replaced the 1 remaining 318 to increase capacity. More will shortly come into the airline once the route network is looked at.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Mar 11, 2010 7:27 am

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

Our narrowbody replacement is proceeding great. The only problem is that fuel prices have been pretty damn high for quite a while. We're close to getting rid of all Embraers, followed by the ATRs.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Mar 11, 2010 4:53 pm

Okay, so let me get this straight. When I get to 400 routes, I'll use pax bonus and get 450. I'll subsequently have 450 routes and 450 airplanes. But I can't put two airplanes on one route without making my number of routes flown go up? Why do people have 1200 A380's? Are 750 of them just parked?
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Mar 11, 2010 5:49 pm

HIA is proud to announce an order for 772ER's to upgrade existing capacity and replace A343E a/c. At the same time, we will go from a 60 752 to 50 for domestic routes. The A333's that are free from upgrades will go to domestic services from MCO on trans cons while the 752's will handle trans cons will go to ORD. All 752's that are on Trans Atlantic routes will be withdrawn and replaced with A333's.

Type:

A388-6 (5 on order)
A333-100 (hold 20 options may cancel)
A332-24
A343E-4
A359R-17
772ER-11 (25 on order)
752-59 (9 will leave the fleet)
773LR-1 (to be replaced by A388)
744ER-4 (to be replaced by A388)
MD11ER-17 (3 on order)

On Order

3 MD11ER
5 A388
25 772ER

Adios,
KH
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Thu Mar 11, 2010 10:16 pm

WhineAir is as happy as a cougar in a rabbit store to announce that our petty cash has grown to just a wee bit over $ 3 billion ( $3,006,124,552.00 to be exact). As a result Zippy had to break down and purchase a slightly larger petty cash drawer. The new drawer is not too large and not the least bit gaudy.

WhineAir is petitioning Am to allow unlimited fleet and route numbers. Zippy had a compulsion (and a pheo) to blow the entire $ 3 billion and purchase 3 690 Dassault Mercures. This of course would make Dassault quite happy as there were only about 12 produced in the real world and another 3,678 units would pad their profits.. Lucky for the shareholders that Zippy's Putinka induced random thoughts dissipated and a batch of A380 will be added to the 26 in our fleet.

WhineAir still has the ability to purchase a tidy sum of stocks in deserving firms (witty satirical artwork has been know to induce a frenzy of stock purchases

Zip

Zippy picks up his new bottle of Brugal rum an smiles whilst looking at his industrial sized vat of Tang (though the bottle of Putinka vodka notices this and glares with anger from it's perch
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Mar 12, 2010 6:52 pm

Quoting JWMD123 (Reply 161):
Los Real Airlines is available for investment if any one is interested.

Just bought 7000 stocks 

I had some interesting find on AM to share with everyone.
Dublin - Donegal = 6995km (which takes about 8h 45 to do the route) for those who live in Ireland knows that if you drive from the most northerly point to the most southerly point in Ireland is roughly around 1000km.

Dublin - Wilkes Land = 2494km (Wilkes Land is Australia) why do we need to travel for almost two days on a plane to reach Australia. Its just 3 hours on AM!  

Adelaide - Wilkes Land = 18955km ( anyone heard of a dosmetic this far? ) In AM this is possible! I think I have this route  If anyone who doesn't want to mess up their map with all the long white lines, just use Wilkes Land for all your flights departing Australia. Nice and Short! All Wilkes Land to Australia flights are 18000+ km, perfect for your A380's   

Sa Sa AEX Airlines

  
Split Scimitar or Sharklets?
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:16 pm

Fly Smarter Airlines continues to expand from our JFK hub and DEN focus city. New domestic and international routes are planned; including our first services to Mexico and Germany.

A fleet of 31 aircraft (DH-8-400; E-190, 737-700) provide timely service to a variety of business and leisure destinations.

Invest now and watch your returns grow. Also message via FB if you have destinations you would like to see added.
I want to live in an old and converted 727...
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Mar 12, 2010 8:52 pm

Update: Albuquerque Airlines

Account: $1,580,579,900

Company Value: $1,087,998,829

Fleet: 135

Routes: 135

Fuel: 805,182,667 Lbs

Stock Rate: $108.80

Fleet:

Boeing 757-300
Total: 28

Boeing 767-200
Total: 4

Boeing 767-200ER
Total: 16

Boeing 787-8
Total: 42

Boeing 747-400C
Total: 30

Boeing 747-400
Total: 7

Boeing 747-400ER
Total: 1

Airbus A380-800
Total: 7
-------------------------
Total: 135

 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Fri Mar 12, 2010 11:27 pm

Aer Eireann Update

Current situation as of 23:25 GMT 12/03/2010

Base: DUB and secondary hub at BHD
Company Value: $11,289,936
Stock Rate: $1.13
Fleet size: 29

Current fleet:

1x ATR 42-600
EI-ATB - LDY-NCL

3x ATR 72-600
EI-ATC - BHD-LCY
EI-ATD - BHD-EDI
EI-ATE - BHD-ORK

6x Boeing 737-700
EI-BOA - DUB-TFS
EI-BOB - BFS-TFS
EI-BOC - DUB-LPA
EI-BOD - BFS-LPA
EI-BOE - DUB-LCA
EI-BOF - BFS-LCA

5x Embraer E195
EI-MBC - DUB-LTN
EI-MBP - DUB-MUC
EI-MBQ - BHD-MUC
EI-MBR - DUB-NUE
EI-MBS - BHD-NUE

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
EI-MBJ - DUB-PMO
EI-MBK - BHD-PMO
EI-MBL - DUB-CAG
EI-MBM - BHD-CAG
EI-MBN - DUB-KRK
EI-MBO - BHD-KRK

I have decided that from now on Aer Eireann will update the shareholders at airliners.net on proceedings only once a week and that will be on Friday evenings (GMT). Last weekend's business was hampered by a visit that I had to make to the land of the Geordies (Newcastle) therefore was not able to get as many flights out as I would normally. However business was good enough for us to introduce 5 new destinations to our route network this week: CAG, LCA, KRK, NUE and MUC. The latter 3 were a temporary move from typical holiday spots to move into the city break market, there will be more 'city break' destinations in due course from Aer Eireann possibly Belgrade, Sarajevo, Milan and some others, all just speculation at the moment. Finally on Thursday morning we finally broke through the $1 stock price and in less that 48 hours our stock price has risen 13c, quite impressed!

Anyway, plans until next Friday are: Monday, introduce DLM and AYT from both DUB and BFS and then on Wednsday (St Patrick's day) we will have a special update to announce 4 new extra special routes from BHD. Give you a clue, 4 A318s have been ordered from Airbus and they are to have their full ranges stretched.

Speak to you again on Wednesday for our special mid week announcement!

All the best!

CEO of Aer Eireann
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Mar 13, 2010 5:52 am

HIA has purchased two 772ER a/c with RR engines to create more of a diversified fleet. Heres the fleet by engines:

A333/332- RR Trent 700
A343 GE
A359R RR
A380 RR Trent 972
752 RR535E4
772ER GE/RR
773LR-GE
MD11ER PW 4460/62
744ER PW4062

HIA announces four 772ER's will be based at MCO for flights to Asia. We have closed our NRT hub and opened one at HND. Also we have opened a new flight between Suriname and AMS that is operated with a A333. Here are our focus cities and hubs:

European: BRU focus city
Asian: HND focus city
N. American: ORD Hub
MCO focus city
S. American Paramaribo focus city

HIA announces the retirement of its A332's. HIA will replace them with 772ER's. HIA will power them with a combo of GE and RR engines.

KH
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:02 am

BN Dan Air Lines is pleased to announce the formation of our newest hub in Cologne. We now maintain hubs in Seattle, Lima, Taipei, and Cologne. Our fleet consists of:

10- B738
2- B788
11- Q400
16- B753
4- B747-400C
1- B747-400D

Our stock is currently trading at $9.45 and there are still plenty of shares available.


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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sat Mar 13, 2010 11:54 pm

Well here is my airline: flyAzul Airlines

Company Value: $1,051,215,418
Stock Price: $105.32

Hub: MDW

Fleet: 196 airplanes

75 A320-200
66 777-200
8 777-300
3 777-300LR
39 787-800
5 787-300

Invest, lots of stock still left to be purchased.

     
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Mar 14, 2010 1:43 am

Charles Ryan Airlines will be taking delivery of a concorde and 2 Airbus A380 tonight.

Current stock price = $165.23
Current company value : $1.6 billion

The airline has been expanding rapidly in South America, Europe and US areas especially.

The fleet now stands at 201

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

Charles Ryan Airlines
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Mar 14, 2010 1:48 am

HIA took delivery of a MD11ER for the ORD- Suriname route. While it is a short route for the MD11, the route is valuable with the upcoming expansion of our Suriname focus city.

KH
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Mar 14, 2010 4:02 pm

That's strange, I thought I had posted an update on here already.

Roadrunner Express, ya'll.

727-200 - 12
737-100 - 2
737-200C - 14
737-300 - 20
737-500 - 15
737-700 - 21
737-800 - 20
747-100 - 4
757-200 - 15
767-200 - 10
767-300ER - 3
777-200ER - 1
DC-9-50 - 20
DC-10-10 - 3
MD-80 - 20
ERJ145 - 50

230 airplanes.

The 737-100's have been mostly phased out, replaced by -700's, but I'm keeping a couple around for a while because I want a really long aircraft type list when I post on here.



I have routes from Houston to almost every American city and fly to several Mexican destinations, mostly using Embraers. Latin and South American expansion is on the dime of 737-800's and good ole 757's, with farther destinations being the responsiblity of the 767-300. Newark continues to be neglected, with routes to 40 US cities thanks to the Douglas designs and the 767-200's and 747's ply a limited number of European routes. My first 777 begins the finalization of my Texas route network, marking international expansion.



I still have stock available. And remember, I may not be number 1, but I am 60,164.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Mar 14, 2010 5:39 pm

1000Island Airlines is pleased to announce the purchase of 14 jets in the past 24 hours to aid its continuing expansion.
Our total fleet now stands at 110 and the stats are as follows:

10 X 747-100
7 X 757-300
32 X 767-200ER
32 X 787-8
24 X A330-300
5 X A380

Our commitment to growth continues and through wise purchases and careful route selection we are maximizing profit and continuing our growth in the industry.

Company stats:

$100M minimum daily income from flights
$625M Company Value
110 aircraft flying 110 routes
208.7M lbs Fuel
Stock currently trading at $62.53

Stock is rising by more than $1 per day and although our shares are fully taken up, keep your eyes open and ears to the ground for an opportunity to invest wisely in our airline.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Mar 14, 2010 5:41 pm

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 have finally phased out our entire ATR fleet, and apart from two Twin Otters, we're all jet now. Next up is the phaseout of the Embraers, there are just three of them missing.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:21 pm

70 x Boeing 747-400
9 x Airbus A380-800
38 x Airbus A320-200
88 x Airbus A330-300
83 x Airbus A321-200
24 x Airbus A340-600

12,196,000 satisfied customers
4,499 happy members of staff

Company value = $ 2,818,915,000
Fuel tanks = 99.4% full
Stocks = $ 281.90
Rank = 9,156

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:49 am

Quoting Aer Lingus (Reply 178):
Just bought 7000 stocks

You won't be dissapointed.

Stock Price now up to $2.12

Total routes now 21.

We have added the following destinations

Tripoli (High density route)

Addis Abbaba


We hope to add more exotic routes in the coming days
 
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Mon Mar 15, 2010 10:37 pm

8 DC-10-10 (D-ADAO, D-ADBO, D-ADCO, D-ADDO, D-ADEO, D-ADFO, D-ADGO, D-ADHO): SJO-IAD, SJO-RDU, SJO-CMW, SJO-ATL, SJO-BNA, SJO-SFB, SJO-EZE
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're happy to announce that our fleet replacement programme (swapping E-190, ATR 42 and CRJ 100 with Boeing 737-800, -700 and -600 respectively) has concluded successfully. Soon, we're launching our third 787 destination with CDG. In the mean time, we announce our next DC-10 service, which will be served with two DC-10s: We're launching service to EZE! Argentina will have a connection to our slowly expanding network.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:09 am

DRH airlines have today sold their last A340 after it was replaced by a new 787-800 as part of our long haul fleet renewal.

We only have 1 767 and 1 757 left which are being replaced shortly.
We are looking at moving over to Airbus short haul aircraft on the routes currently flown using our Dash 8 Q400 aircraft, and upgrading A320s to larger A321s on popular routes across our European network.

Once our Long Haul and European fleet is sorted, it will be time to look at our other operations in the Americas, Asia, and the Pacific region, increase the Schedule and look at aircraft types.
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:04 pm

With a bit of sadness WhineAir announces that our petty cash slush fund has dipped to exactly $3,034,463,053. This is due to Zippy splurging on a special value three pack of slightly dusty A380s to our fleet. tomorrow we will add our 30th A380 to our fleet and thus we will meet our target number for this type.

WhineAir plans on padding the above mentioned petty cash slush fund for a few days before going on a rather nifty fleet expansion. In a Putinka vodka and Tang induced spat of inspiration WhineAir is pleased to announce that we will be adding 10-12 highly polished B787-8s daily until either the planes or the vodka runs out.

WhineAir expects this fleet expansion to have a way cool effect on our company value. At this time we have daily profits of roughly $ 240- $265 million/day so the planned fleet expansion will not deplete our cash on hand.

Zip

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Tue Mar 16, 2010 11:03 pm

Quoting IHadAPheo (Reply 194):
With a bit of sadness WhineAir announces that our petty cash slush fund has dipped to exactly $3,034,463,053. This is due to Zippy splurging on a special value three pack of slightly dusty A380s to our fleet. tomorrow we will add our 30th A380 to our fleet and thus we will meet our target number for this type.

Pan-Siberian Airlines has a different problem. Petty cash is low, very low - less than 100 million. But, that is because we are nearly at 100 A380 types and the airline has a compulsive shopping problem, meaning that the temptation to buy aircraft always overtakes the desire to accumulate a decent bank balance. Grrr!
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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 17, 2010 12:10 am

HIA will begin taking delivery of two 773LR jets to replace two 744ER jets. Also we opened two new routes from Suriname: SNN with the MD11ER and CHC with the 772ER. In addition new services to CHC and PVG was started via MCO and LAX.

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 17, 2010 12:18 am

Special Aer Eireann Update

HAPPY ST PATRICK'S DAY ONE AND ALL!!!!!

Here at Aer Eireann we think it is very important to celebrate the 17th of March in the grandest possible way. Therefore we have planned to begin 4 extra special routes this morning from our secondary hub at BHD using A318 A/C powered by PW6122s. We have decided to stretch our wings further than Europe and introduce:

G-BBYA - BHD-JFK
G-BBYB - BHD-IAD
G-BBYC - BHD-YYZ
G-BBYD - BHD-BOS

Current situation as of 00:10 GMT 17/03/2010

Company Value: $16,179,057
Stock Value: $1.62
Fleet size: 37

The best of Irish to ya all

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 17, 2010 1:14 am

Quoting RussianJet (Reply 195):
.....the airline has a compulsive shopping problem, meaning that the temptation to buy aircraft always overtakes the desire to accumulate a decent bank balance. Grrr!

Well lucky for me you know how to run an airline as your stock is now at $ 429.07/share which is quite nifty as I paid $ 0.32/share!. A tidy profit indeed.

Quoting EGPH (Reply 197):
Here at Aer Eireann we think it is very important to celebrate the 17th of March in the grandest possible way.

I would be happy to share the good tidings and purchase additional shares in your airline but sadly for me it appears that all available shares in your airline are sold.

I will however raise a Putinka Vodka and Tang in your honor when I get home from work tomorrow (Heck I might convince wifey to raise a Brugal rum and coke in your honor as well.)

Oh well I have a bit of a break in the AM action as all my flights are in the air and I have 87 minutes before the next arrival

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RE: Facebook Airline Manager Part 9

Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:44 am

Quoting IHadAPheo (Reply 198):
I would be happy to share the good tidings and purchase additional shares in your airline but sadly for me it appears that all available shares in your airline are sold.

I am afraid I prostituted my airline when shares were at $0.10 and people queued for them until there were none left  

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