Airlines Manager Tracking Thread

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Airlines Manager Tracking Thread

Many users of the AFC play a game called Airlines Manager. It is a game where you are the CEO of your own airline, and you get to expand your fleet with a wide range of aircraft, as well as a large array of destination you can fly to.

I’ve been playing Airlines Manager for a few months now, and I’m addicted. My airline has a fleet of 50 aircraft, and serves 2 countries, with many more on the way.


Post about your airline below, and I will add it to the list below.


Air Oceania

Airline Name: Air Oceania

CEO: @AviationMad

Hubs: YSSY (Sydney), YMML (Melbourne), Brisbane (YBBN), YPAD (Adelaide)

Fleet: 36 A320neo’s, 24 A321neo’s, 1 ATR 72-600, 4 A220-100’s

Number of Countries Served: 7

Alliance: IFC Group

Aerolineas Tico

Airline Name: Aerolíneas Tico

CEO: @baseball_inferno

Hubs: MROC/SJO (San Jose, Costa Rica) and MRLB/LIR (Liberia, Costa Rica)

Fleet: 15 EMB-120s, 1 Q-200, 1 A319LR, 3 A320s, and 2 787-8s

Number of Countries Served: 8

Alliance: IFC Group

China Southern

Airline Name: China Southern

Airline CEO: @acesoftheace_kenwei

Hubs: Guangzhou

Fleet: A320, x2 787’s

Number of Counties Served: 2

Alliance: N/A

FarSkies

Airline Name: Far Skies

Airline CEO: @BigBert10

Hubs: KSJC (San Jose), KLAX (Los Angeles), Portland (KPDX), Tampa (KTPA), KIAH (Houston) (Codeshare Hub)

Fleet: N/A

Number of Countries Served: 12

Alliance: IFC Group

Route Database

Skytunt

Airline name: SkyTunt

Airline CEO: @Cheryl_Tunt

Hubs: KPHX

Fleet: 2X Emb 120, A220-100R,

Q-400, 747-300.

Number of countries served: 2


Let’s hear about your Airline!


#2

Thanks for recreating the topic! :blush:


#3

Aerolíneas Tico started flights to LHR from SJO on our A319 and 787-8


#4

Should I download airline manager? I know it but it doesn’t let you fly so I am not sure if I am going to have it.


#5

You manage an airline. Its fun. You can give it a try if you want


#6

I will do it and start China Southern va


#7

OK, sure start that airline.


#8

Airline Name: Aerolíneas Tico

CEO: @baseball_inferno

Hubs: MROC/SJO (San Jose, Costa Rica) and MRLB/LIR (Liberia, Costa Rica)

Fleet: 15 EMB-120s, 1 Q-200, 1 A319LR, 3 A320s, and 2 787-8s

Number of Countries Served: 7

Alliance: IFC Group


#9

How rare is it to get 3 jackpots in the same 20 tickets?


#10

No, it isn’t I have had the same thing happen. It’s good to get a jackpot :blush:


#11

Your airline has been added to the list!


#12

Current Aerolineas Tico Routes


Current SJO Routes


Current LIR Routes


#13

@AviationMad We now fly to 8 countries.


#14

China Southern, consisting of A320 and Boeing 787 which flies from Guangzhou to Chengdu and Guangzhou to New York respectively


#15

I’ll add you to the list soon


#17

I think I just bought another 787, this time is a 787-8, the first 787 I got was a 787-9. Also how do I remove an aircraft


#18

Go into the Aircraft information and click the sell button I think


#19

FarSkies

Hello AFC! It is great to be back. As many of you know, I have an airline in Airlines Manager. My airline’s name is FarSkies and its main hub is at SJC. FarSkies also have other hubs at LAX, PDX, and TPA. In addition, we also have a codeshare hub at IAH (@Aviation360). We also have focus cities: ATL, LAS, SAN, SEA, SMF, and SNA.

Ever since the previous forum closed, Airlines Manager has been growing rapidly. I will put the details of the expansion in the next post.

FarSkies Routes Database


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Here are the expansions since the last AFC closed down:

NEW ROUTES

IAH-SNA (@Aviation360)
SJC-YYC
SJC-CUN
PDX-LIH
LAX-GIG
PDX-GIG
LAX-YYZ
PDX-FNL
IAH-SEA (@Aviation360)
TPA-BUR
PDX-BUR

ROUTE SUSPENSIONS (until further notice due to Hurricane Dorian)

SJC-FLL
TPA-DAB
TPA-FLL
TPA-BGI


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Airlines Manager Users

If you would like your airline to be featured in the top post, please make sure you use the following format.


Airline Name:

Airline CEO:

Hubs:

Fleet:

Number of Countries Served:

Alliance


It’s also optional to create either a route map with all of your routes, or a route database like @BigBert10 has.

Thanks all!