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« on: June 20, 2007, 02:33:12 AM »

Welcome!

Posted below is the template to be used for posting your maximum of two airlines. Your start off with 10 planes of any year, any make, and you have a maximum of 8 destinations (these may be all domestic, all international, or a mix of both).

Airline Name
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Hub(s)
Name of Manager

Fleet: (quantity)x(plane type)

Destinations:

Comments (optional)

Future expansion plans (optional but recommended)

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« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2007, 02:58:26 AM »

Air Bretagne
Calligsign: BREIZH
France
Rennes Saint Jacques

Yves Le Guen

Fleet: 1x Bombardier CRJ-900; 1x Airbus A-319; 4x Boeing 717

Destinations:

Domestic
Rennes Saint-Jacques
Brest
Nantes Atlantique
Paris CDG
Ouessant

International
London Gatwick
Cardiff
Dublin

Future expansion plans: Channel Islands, Lyon, Germany, Spain
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« Reply #2 on: June 20, 2007, 11:31:20 AM »
« Edited: June 20, 2007, 07:18:08 PM by Senator Colin Wixted »

Airline Name: Air South Africa
Country: South Africa
Callsign: ASA
Hub(s): Johannesburg, Cape Town (as of now)
Name of Manager: Colin Wixted

Fleet: 1x ATR-72; 2x Embraer ERJ 145ER; 2x Embraer ERJ 145LR; 2x Airbus A319; 1x Airbus A321; 1x Airbus A330; 1x Airbus A340-600

Destinations: (not including my two hubs) Durban, Port Elizabeth, Kruger-Mpumalanga International, George, Nairobi, Accra, Buenos Aires, Washington Dulles

Comments: Air South Africa is a new privately owned domestic and long-haul full-service airline that has recently begun operations.

Future expansion plans: Southern Africa, Europe, further domestic flights, small increases in long-haul flights to US

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Airline Name: Air Caribbea

Country: St. Kitts and Nevis

Hubs: St. Kitts Robert L. Bradshaw Internation; Antigua VC Bird International

Name of Manager: David Pressberg

Fleet: 2x DeHavilland Canada Dash 8-100; 2x DeHavilland Dash 8-400; 1x Airbus A320; 2x Airbus A319; 2x Beechcraft 1900D; 1x Airbus A330

Destinations:

Caribbean

San Juan
St. Maarten
St. Barts
Anguilla
Barbados

International

Miami
Chicago
London Gatwick

Future expansion plans: Continue expansion of feeder routes throughout Caribbean, further increase flights to continental US with possible additions of Dallas, Washington, and Minneapolis flights.
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« Reply #3 on: June 20, 2007, 12:15:14 PM »

Airline Name - South Coast Airlines
Three-letter designator - SCA
Telephony designator - South Coast
IATA reservation code - 78
Country - USA
Hub(s) -
Albuquerque - ABQ (hub)
Baton Rouge (New Orleans area) BTR (hub)
Fort Lauderdale (Miami area) - FLL (mini-hub)

Name of Manager - Darryl W. Perry

Fleet: CRJ 900's
(5 with 86 coach seats and
5 with 70 seats - 10 first class, 60 coach)

Destinations:
San Antonio - SAT
Orange County (Sonoma/Southern California) - SNA
Newport News (Virginia Beach) - PHF

International
Cancun, Mexico - CUN
Nassau, Bahamas - NAS

Comments (optional)
SCA is a Regional Carrier serving primarily southern USA vacation destinations, along with two popular international destinations.

Future expansion plans
upgrading to CRJ 1000's when they become available
Plans also include additional destinations thru-out the southern portion of the USA and Carribean
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« Reply #4 on: June 20, 2007, 01:27:29 PM »

Airline Name: Pan-Western Airways
Three Letter: PAW
Country- United States
Hub(s)- Providence, RI [Boston Area, Main], Long Beach, CA [LGB]
Name of Manager: James Gregg

Fleet: (quantity)x(plane type): 3 Embraer RJ 170, 3 Boeing 767, 3 Airbus A320, and 1 CRJ-200

Destinations: Phoenix, AZ [PHX]
                     Portland, OR [PDX]
                     Raleigh, NC [RDU]
                     Hartford, CT [BDL]
                     Chicago, IL [MDW] NOT O'Hare
                     Toronto, ON [YYZ]
                     Montreal, QB [YUL]
                     Calgary, AB [YYC]         

Comments (optional)- This is meant to be a mostly domestic and Canadian airline at first.

Future expansion plans- Expansion to Mexico and south, More Canadian cities, and Transatlantic and Transpacific Routes, and a move to LAX when that happens.





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« Reply #5 on: June 20, 2007, 02:00:45 PM »

Airline Name: CaledonAir
Three Letter: CDN
Country- Scotland
Hub(s)- Prestwick International, Glasgow International, Edinburgh  International
Name of Manager: Andrew Leitch

Fleet: ---

Destinations: Internal destinations.
International: London Stansted, Manchester Airport, Dublin International, Paris Charles De Gaulle, Brussels Charleroi, Stockholm-Skavsta, Newark Liberty     

Comments: Scotland's national domestic airline. Also runs twice daily to London and frequent flights to Europe. New Transatlantic route runs to Newark, NJ

Future expansion plans- Eastern Europe, Iceland and Germany.
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« Reply #6 on: June 20, 2007, 03:13:10 PM »

Airline Name:ZephAyr
Three Letter: ZYR
Country - United States
Hub(s): Philadelphia, Charlotte
Name of Manager: Ernest Clay

Fleet: 2 A321, 8 A320

Destinations: Boston, Chicago (Midway), Richmond, Atlanta, Orlando, New Orleans, Memphis, New York (La Guardia)

Comments: The A321's are used for the main trunk flight connecting the two hubs.

Future expansion plans: Add additional cities in the United States, primarily east of the Mississippi so as have a dense network employing the A319/A320/A321 series of planes.

Airline Name:ZephAyr Caribbean
Three Letter: ZYC
Country - United States
Hub(s): Charlotte, Miami
Name of Manager: Ernest Clay

Fleet: 2 A321, 8 A319

Destinations: Bermuda, Nassau (Bahamas), San Juan, Aguadilla (Puerto Rico), Charlotte Amalie (St. Thomas, USVI), Christianstaf (St. Croix, USVI), Kingston (Jamaica), George Town (Caymans)

Comments: The A320's are used for the main trunk flight connecting the two hubs.   Intended mainly a tourist airline. Charlotte hub serves mainly to connect the Miami hub with the ZephAyr route network, but some international flights depart directly from there.

Future expansion plans: Add additional destinations in the Caribbean and Central America, adding additional U.S. mainland hubs as needed.  Possible third hub at Aguadilla should inter-island routes be added.


Reserved future names and codes
ZephAyr Atlantic (ZYA)
ZephAyr Europa (ZYE)
ZephAyr International (ZYI)
ZephAyr Pacific (ZYP)
And basically ZephAyr Whatever (ZY?)
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« Reply #7 on: June 20, 2007, 07:03:06 PM »

Airline name: Antipodeair
Country: Australia/New Zealand
Hubs: Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland
Name of Manager: Regina Anselm

Destinations: Canberra from Melbourne and Sydney; Hobart from Melbourne. Brisbane from Auckland; Christchurch from Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne. Wellington from Sydney and Melbourne; Dunedin from Auckland; Queenstown from Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Sydney and Melbourne. Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland all have interconnecting flights.

Fleet: No clue

Expansion plans: If demand seems existant, most likely new routes include Auckland-Adelaide, Auckland-Hobart, Auckland-Wellington, Melbourne-Dunedin and Sydney-Dunedin.


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AirAustralis
---An international carrier linking the key areas of the southern hemisphere and also providing Antarctic flights.

Country: Australia, NZL, RSA, Chile, Argentina and Brazil
Hubs: Perth, Santiago
Name of Owner: Phineas Portmanteau

Destinations: Cape Town, Johannesburg, Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, Santiago, Buenos Aires, Rio de Jeneiro, Sao Paulo.

Routes:
Cape Town to Rio de Jeneiro, Johannesburg, Santiago and Auckland (over Antarctica)
Johannesburg to Cape Town and Perth
Perth to Melbourne, Sydney, Johannesburg and Buenos Aires (over Antarctica)
Melbourne to Perth, Sydney, Auckland and Santiago (over Antarctica)
Sydney to Rio de Jeneiro, Perth, Melbourne and Auckland
Auckland to Melbourne, Sydney, Santiago and Cape Town (over Antarctica)
Santiago to Cape Town, Auckland, Buenos Aires, Rio de Jeneiro, Sao Paulo and Melbourne (over Antarctica)
Buenos Aires to Santiago, Rio de Jeneiro, Sao Paulo and Perth (over Antarctica)
Rio de Jeneiro to Sydney, Buenos Aires, Santiago and Cape Town
Sao Paulo to Santiago and Buenos Aires

Fleet: NI

Expansion plans: Direct links down from the Northern Hemisphere. Probably Tokyo-Perth, London-Cape Town, Los Angeles-Santiago and New York-Rio de Jeneiro; maybe a Frankfurt-Rio de Jeneiro and a London-Perth service as well
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« Reply #8 on: June 20, 2007, 09:23:20 PM »
« Edited: June 20, 2007, 11:59:16 PM by Dean »

Airline Name
TransAsia Air

Three Letter: TAS

Country
South Korea

Hub(s)
Incheon, Singapore

Name of Manager Kang Seung Jae

Fleet: 3 B777, 7 B737

Destinations: Narita, Shanghai, Kunming, Singapore, Ho Chi Min City, Bangkok, Bengaluru, Incheon

Comments: navigating the government red tape in China is the current #1 challenge.

Future expansion plans: Dominate the routes within East Asia and Southeast Asia. Partner with a new private airline in China. Partner with an Indian airline. Expand into Middle East, with a hub in the Gulf States. Start services to North America, and partner with an airline with a hub in California. Long-haul flights to Africa possible.

EDIT: didn't see the maximum destinations thingy.
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« Reply #9 on: June 20, 2007, 09:42:54 PM »

Airline name: Starlight Airlines
Callsign: STR
Country: United States
Hub: Las Vegas
Name of Manager: James McCarran

Fleet: 10x Boeing 737-800 (configured to fly 153 passengers in good comfort).

Purpose: to be a fairly nice airline, based in the Southwest (mostly Vegas). Notable for cheerful, friendly female flight attendants who wear miniskirts, as well as good food (the longer flights, like from Chicago, have actual meals, and the snack packs on shorter flights aren't just peanuts) and clean lavatories. Not a budget airline, but not intended to be ultra-expensive either. Everyone flies in semi-business-class - no first class seats, but 36 fewer than an all-coach layout and the seats themselves are fairly plush.

Destinations/Routes:
Between Las Vegas and...
- Los Angeles (LAX)
- Phoenix
- Denver
- Chicago-O'Hare
- Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)
- Houston

Also, a DFW-Phoenix direct flight

Expansion plans: looking to extend service between Vegas and more cities, including those on the coasts. Perhaps a few more routes into Phoenix and DFW.
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Aurora Air
Callsign: AUR
Country: Canada
Hub: Yellowknife, NW Territories
Manager: Michael Smith

Fleet: 3x Beechcraft 1900D (17-19 passengers),
7x Beechcraft King Air 350 (4-9 passengers) - both are twin-engine turboprops

Purpose: Aurora Air flies almost entirely within the Northwest Territories of Canada, primarily serving communities with a few hundred or thousand people (they don't do really bush locations; they do require the destination has at least a minimal airport). They have good mechanics and pilots and are reliable at getting passengers and cargo from one place to another; however, service isn't first-class as the copilot doubles as the steward(ess), and generally consists of hot beverages like coffee or hot cocoa, and sandwiches on longer flights.

Destinations/Routes:

Mostly a charter airline, however there are semi-regular flights (at least 1 a week when the weather is good) between Yellowknife and the communities of Fort Smith, Fort Simpson, Hay River, Behchoko, and Inuvik. Service is often seasonal and is best in the summer months.

Expansion Plans: looking to expand service into Yukon Territory and western Nunavut Territory (they already fly to some areas in both on request - it is primarily a charter airline, after all). Possibly a 'hub-link' flight to Edmonton in the not-too-distant future, to bring fliers to Yellowknife from a major airport.
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« Reply #10 on: June 21, 2007, 01:03:45 PM »


RussAir
Callsign: RussAir
Russian Federation
Hubs: Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport [SVO]

Manager: Aleksandr Patrichek

Fleet: 3x Ilyushin Il-14; 2x Embraer ERJ-180; 1x Boeing 777-200ER; 3x Tupolev Tu-154 (phase-out), 1x Ilyushin Il-86

Destinations:

Domestic
SVO Sheremetyevo International Airport (Moscow)
YKS Yakutsk Airport
LED Pulkovo Airport (St. Petersburg)
IKT Irkutsk International Airport
AER Adler-Sochi International Airport
SVX Koltsovo International Airport (Yekaterinburg)
PKC Yelizovo Airport (Petropavlovsk)
ARH Talagi Airport (Arkhangelsk)

Comments: Founded in 1993 by Russian millionaire Aleksandr Patrichek to rival state airline Aeroflot, but also other airlines such as S7, Transaero.

Future expansion plans: Major domestic network expansion to Siberia (Vladivostok), European Russia, as well as international destinations in the CIS states.
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« Reply #11 on: June 22, 2007, 01:03:20 AM »

so what happens now?
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« Reply #12 on: December 27, 2007, 09:48:49 PM »

Patrician Airlines
US
No hubs; point-to-point travel
James Flynn

Fleet: Airbus A318 (10)

Destinations:

San Francisco
Los Angeles
Chicago
Houston
New York
Toronto
London
Paris

Comments: Excellent service at exorbitant rates

Future expansion plans: Rome, Tokyo, Cancún



Air Nostrum
France
Paris, Cairo
Charles Mettre

Fleet: Airbus A340-200 (10)

Destinations:

Paris
London
Rome
Cairo
Istanbul
Casablanca
Tunis
Athens

Comments: Regional airline serving the former Roman Empire

Future expansion plans: Barcelona, Madrid, Nice
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