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If You Would Start An Airline..............

Sun Sep 05, 1999 12:44 am

If you would start an airline, What would be the name? how would the service be? What routes? Planes? Where would you expand? Any extras? Why should we fly it? etc, etc, etc.
 
Dazed767
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RE: If You Would Start An Airline..............

Sun Sep 05, 1999 1:13 am

Well here are the routes, airplanes I would have. I know this is starting out, but lets say money doesn't matter.

HUB: Orlando Intl (MCO)

CITIES: ATL, CVG, DEN, DFW, HNL, IAD, LAS, LAX, MSP, ORD, SEA, SLC, STL

AIRCRAFT: A330-300, 767-300ER, 757-200, 737-400, 717-200
 
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RE: If You Would Start An Airline..............

Sun Sep 05, 1999 1:20 am

Mine would be "Sunny", the service would be cheap only providing the air transport and a little snack with a professional look, clean and light.
The routes would be from Faro to central and north Europe looking for tourists wanting to spent holydays here. On the Winter I would lease my planes if needed, to other airlines around the world.
I would start with one or two 2º hand A320 or 733.
I think this could work because now there are airlines from other countries making flights between 3º countries and Faro.

Luis, Faro, Portugal
 
AirT85
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RE: If You Would Start An Airline..............

Sun Sep 05, 1999 1:25 am

My airline would be named Jet East. And that would tell everyone who we are.
HUB: Cincinnati, Oh
Routes:ATL, BWI, BOS, CLE, DEN, GSO, BDL, MCI, LAX, MSP, MKE, MDW, PIT, PHL, and SLC
Aircraft: I would start service with several second hand MD-80s and add more as they become available.
Why would God make us all so different, if He wanted us to be the same?
 
American B757
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RE: If You Would Start An Airline..............

Sun Sep 05, 1999 2:02 am

Well heres mine:

Hub: YUL, and YYZ

Cities: lax, jfk, sfo, phx, IAh, ord, Sea, yvr, yeg, Yow, yqc, YWG, YYC, CDG, dfw, sju, hkg, zrh, lhr, dfw NRT mex MIa, BKK.

Aircraft: B777 747 and B767 to europe/asia, and A318s A319s and A320s for and B767s for USA/Canada routes
 
carnival air
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RE: If You Would Start An Airline..............

Sun Sep 05, 1999 4:23 am

Mine would be Puerto Rico Star and PREagle

HUB: San Juan & Aguadilla, PR
Routes:Mco, Fll, Bos, Atl, WPB, DFW, LAX, SFO, JFK, EWR, ORD, MDW, LHR, MAD, PAR, BUENOS AIRES, MEX

PREagle to: STT, STX, STM, SDQ, VGD, PCE, MZA, PUERTO PLATA, CUR, ARU, TOT, BON, CAR, STL, CUL, VIEQ

Aircraft: PRS- 717, 737-800, A340-200 and 757-200

PREagle- EMB 120, EMB 135 and EMB 145


Exellent service. Leather seats and meals on all flights.
 
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My Airline.

Sun Sep 05, 1999 8:27 am

Well, after thinking about how much Pan Am meant to the industry and America itselft I would start Pan Am 2 but without 2. I would operate out of JFK's soon to be abandoned terminal 6 and have at least 1 daily flight to the following destinations. LHR, CDG, FRA, FCO, HKG, TKO, and SIN. I would operate 747-200s because they are not that expensive to come by and in the long run switch to the 747-500. I am not sure if I would wear the old Pan Am livery with the bare metal or the all white one. What do you think Cedarjet?
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Sun Sep 05, 1999 9:02 am

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