Air Oceania Official Tracking Thread

Welcome to the Official Air Oceania AFC Tracking Thread.

Air Oceania is an airline that was created by @AviationMad using the game Airlines Manager. We provide direct service to destinations in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and many more countries.

Our fleet consists of aircraft ranging from the Q300 to the 787 Dreamliner. Every aircraft is fitted with at least 2 classes, however most are fitted with 3.

This section will be updated every 2 weeks.

  • 1 Dash 8 Q300

  • 2 Dash 8 Q400’s

  • 11 A220-100’s

  • 3 A220-300’s

  • 36 A320neo’s

  • 22 A321neo’s

  • 2 A321neoLR’s

  • 1 787-8 Dreamliner

Our network consists of 6 hubs, which are strategically placed in order to allow us to operate both high demand business and holiday routes.

Main Hub:

Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport (ICAO: YSSY)

Secondary Hubs:

Melbourne Tullamarine International Airport (ICAO: YMML)

Adelaide International Airport (ICAO: YPAD)

Brisbane International Airport (ICAO: YBBN)

Cairns International Airport (ICAO: YBCS)

Darwin International Airport (ICAO: YPDN)

Profit: $42,611,404

Relationship With Banks: Good

Ranking: 28100 (As of Wed, 8 Jan, 2020)

Aircraft Owned: 74

Aircraft Leased: 1

Alliance: IFC Group

Airline Value: $9,783,531,602

Monday, January 13

A volcano has erupted in the Philippines, affecting Manila airport. Because of this, we have suspended our Darwin-Manila service until further notice. Passengers have the option to either push their travel to a later date, or receive a full refund.


Travel Alert :exclamation::warning:

A tropical low to the east of Darwin is expected to develop into a Tropical Cyclone overnight. It may impact Darwin in the next couple of days. This will cause delays, cancellations and diversions. If conditions intensify in Darwin, Air Oceania operations there will temporarily be shut down and aircraft will be relocated to other hubs.

If you are travelling from Darwin in the next couple of days, please stay informed and keep checking this travel alert. We will alert you of any changes.


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Updated Travel Alert :warning::exclamation:

The Bureau of Meteorology has determined that Cyclone Claudia, which was previously a tropical low, is very likely to impact Darwin on Saturday.

As a precaution, all flights on Saturday have been Cancelled, and aircraft will be moved out to Cairns on Friday afternoon. If you are affected by this you will have received an email with your options.


New Route

Air Oceania is pleased to reveal the first destination of our 787’s! This city was an obvious choice for our 787’s, with lots of demand and a large event coming up later this year. This destination is Tokyo!

Flights to Tokyo Haneda airport will operate daily with a 787-8 Dreamliner. 3 weeks before the Olympics, this service will permanently be upgraded to a 787-10.

Travel Alert :warning::exclamation:

A volcano has erupted in the Philippines, affecting Manila airport. Because of this, we have suspended our Darwin-Manila service until further notice. Passengers have the option to either push their travel to a later date, or receive a full refund.

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New Routes

Departure Airport: Melbourne Tullamarine International Airport (YMML)

Arrival Airports: Mildura Airport (YMIA), Devonport Airport (YDPO)

Aircraft: Q400, A320neo

Remarks: We are very excited to finally be able to launch our first regional routes from Melbourne! Mildura is known for its incredible produce, wineries and the Murray river, while Devonport is the sea gateway to Tasmania. The Devonport service will be operated exclusively with a Q400, while the Mildura service, with more demand, will have a once daily A320neo service, alongside the Q400.


New Routes

Departure Airport: Brisbane International Airport (YBBN)

Arrival Airports: Townsville Airport (YBTL), Avalon International Airport (YMAV)

Aircraft: A220-100


We are very excited and proud to be expanding our A220 operations! These new routes will bring our total number of A220 aircraft (both -100 and -300) to 15. Avalon has proved to be a hit with our customers, offering convenience for those in Geelong and surrounding areas. Townsville is known for some stunning scenery and oceans.


Do you mind if I make a livery for you? :blush:

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He already has one, and I’m working on one for the alliance

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Yeah I’ve already got liveries for all of my aircraft unfortunately. Thanks for the offer though!

New Route

Departure Airport: Brisbane International Airport (YBBN)

Arrival Airport: Norman Y Mineta San Jose International Airport (KSJC)

Aircraft: 787-8 Dreamliner

Remarks: We are very pleased to launch our first services to the US! We have chosen San Jose because not only is it home to many giant tech companies, but it is also the home of FarSkies (@BigBert10). Passengers will be able to use San Jose as a transit hub to connect on to any FarSkies flight to their many destinations, without having to re-check their bags. This flight is scheduled to take off next month.

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WooHoo! I am so excited you are adding a route to my favorite airport and main hub! :smiley:
Can’t wait for flights from Australia!

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How do I make a route map?

Go to this website and just put the routes in. For example:

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Our route database is complete! It will be available in the tracking thread, both here and in the top post.


New Route

Air Oceania is pleased to announce our second destination in the US! This destination is the main hub of one of our partner airlines in the IFC alliance. American Flyer currently operates from Houston to Sydney, so we will be adding to the number of services from Australia to Houston by launching a route from Brisbane!

This service will operate using a 787-9 Dreamliner. It will be our first 787-9 Dreamliner, and we simply can’t wait!

After this route is launched, we will re-direct our attention to connecting more destinations in Oceania, using both the A320/321neo, and 787 Dreamliner.

And, here is an update on our San Jose service.

If everything goes to plan, this route will officially commence next week. We are super excited to finally be able to connect San Jose with Australia for the very first time, and we are confident that this route will succeed.

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American Flyer! Would like to welcome Air Oceania to our Main HUB! we hope your customers benefit from our alliance and we hope our customers benefit as well


Set an Alarm!

AO 268, our inaugural Brisbane - San Jose service (@BigBert10) will depart at 2020-01-25T16:00:00Z. This service will operate 6 times a week, and the schedule is available for the public at the top of this thread.

The 787-8 Dreamliner operating this route is fitted with 20 First Class suites, complete with a door, entertainment screen and lie flat bed. 40 Business class seats, with entertainment screens, lie flat beds and storage space in a 1-2-1 configuration also feature on this aircraft. Last but certainly not least, economy class features 225 seats with entertainment screens and generous pitch and legroom.


WooHoo! I can’t wait for this route! Thanks for adding San Jose! :smiley: