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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Ramon » September 30th, 2017, 9:01 pm

The Wiki Page with the informations of VASC: http://aoin.eu/wiki/index.php?title=Via ... a_Catarina
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Gregor » October 1st, 2017, 9:41 am

I'll add you no problem, however

@Ramon @Charlie @InvaderNat you might want to check the size of the fleet's for example Air New Duveland has 264 Planes, which is massive, by comparison Qantas only has 112

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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Otto » October 1st, 2017, 9:58 am

Gregor wrote:I'll add you no problem, however

@Ramon @Charlie @InvaderNat you might want to check the size of the fleet's for example Air New Duveland has 264 Planes, which is massive, by comparison Qantas only has 112

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edited it already. AND now has only 190 aircraft, which should be a bit more realistic
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby InvaderNat » October 2nd, 2017, 6:19 am

Gregor wrote:I'll add you no problem, however

@Ramon @Charlie @InvaderNat you might want to check the size of the fleet's for example Air New Duveland has 264 Planes, which is massive, by comparison Qantas only has 112

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You're right, for some reason I thought Qantas had 300+ planes, not sure where I got that info from. I've changed it to 105.
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Charlie » October 2nd, 2017, 8:41 am

Welp Otto made all my fleets for me, so I'm gonna shift the blame to him :lol:

jk, thanks for pointing out some realism faults, they get overlooked sometimes. :P
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Ramon » October 2nd, 2017, 3:46 pm

Gregor wrote:I'll add you no problem, however

@Ramon @Charlie @InvaderNat you might want to check the size of the fleet's for example Air New Duveland has 264 Planes, which is massive, by comparison Qantas only has 112

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The fleet of VASC is with the union of all the subsidiaries, so I think it is good.
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Otto » October 2nd, 2017, 4:07 pm

still. 274 is a very large number. for comparison, LATAM - which basically covers all of South America - has only 160 aircrafts.
You have to have en excessive number of flights on all routes to justify such a large fleet. If you want, we can go through your fleet and destinations together and we'll figure out a realistic fleet size for you.
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Ramon » October 2nd, 2017, 4:42 pm

LATAM with just 160 airplanes is the brazilian one(check LATAM Airlines Group), the whole group has about 320 airplanes. Anyway I am open to figure out a realistic company, I don't see any problems.
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Sharkestra » October 14th, 2017, 8:13 pm

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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby JellyStar285 » Yesterday, 5:38 pm

NovaJet

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Fleet size: 95

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Postby Gregor » Yesterday, 5:51 pm

Thanks for applying you guys! I'll add you both in ! @Jelly considering the size of your nation 150 seems high.. do you have any reference airline ?
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Postby JellyStar285 » Yesterday, 5:59 pm

I wanted to go off of a system like LATAM. In NovaJet, there is: NovaJet (North and South America), NovaJet Europe, and NovaJet Asia. NovaJet Europe and Asia are partially owned by larger airlines in those regions, but are stilled owned by a holdings company which is headquartered in Beaumont.
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Otto » Yesterday, 6:56 pm

Häh? your airline has subsidiaries in those regions, so you have hubs over there too, but they are locally owned by let's say Lufthansa or Japan Airlines?
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby JellyStar285 » Yesterday, 7:13 pm

Yeah.... thinking about that, then only Novajet South America and NovaJet North America would be part of Horizons unless if Novajet Asia was part of Oriental or TAL. Would that be right?
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Re: AIN Airline Alliance | Horizons

Postby Otto » Yesterday, 7:20 pm

you're pulling up an entire rat's tail with that. technically they could be part of Horizons, however since they are on RL nation's grounds, and we excluded roleplaying with RL nations, you'd only be allowed to have your South American branch as part of Horizons.

But it's quite weird and difficult and rather unusual what you are planning with your airline. Yes, Easyjet does a similar thing in Europe, with different operating bases and different HQs for their different subsidiaries. However, on a global scale it is much harder to perform.
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