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    Create an airline, tell us your routes, your airline name, main hubs, focus cities, aircrafts, etc.


    My Airline Name:
    - Philippine Pacific Airlines



    Relaunching September 2006 after PAL's brancruptcy in January 2006

    Our total Staff :
    18000

    Current Fleet:

    8 Q400's
    4 EMB-175s
    7 B737NG's
    13 A321's
    8 B767-300ER's
    7 A340-300's
    5 A340-600's
    17 B777-200ER's
    4 B777-200LR's
    11 B777-300's
    9 B777-300ER
    12 B747-400's

    19 A300F's
    17 B744ERF's

    Upcoming Aircrafts for my Fleet:

    23 X B747-8's(on order) to replace the current 11 773's and 12 744's
    21 X B787-8's(on order) to replace the current 12 A321's and 8 B763ER's

    -Every Seat in all our aircraft has an in-flight entertainment system.

    Main Hubs:
    Clark International Airport - RPLC
    Manila Ninoy Aquino Int'l Airport - RPLL
    Davao Francisco Bangoy Int'l - RPMD

    Domestic Destinations:
    Bacolod,
    Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Cotabato, Davao, Gen Santos, Laoag, Manila, Puerto Princesa, Subic Bay, Lapu-Lapu, Tacloban, Tambler, Tuguegarao, Zamboanga.
    (Served with Q400's, EMB-175s, B737NG's, A321's)

    International Destinations:

    Europe:

    Rome, Copenhagen, Milano, Madrid, Barcelona, Vienna, Budapest, Paris, Manchester, Dublin, London, Stockholm, Berlin, Frankfurt,
    Munich, Hamburg, Luxemborg, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Ankara, Sofia, Venice, Prague, Athens, Malta & Algiers, Warsaw, Strasbourg, Helsinki, Zurich
    (Served with 777-200's, 777-300's, 747-400's, A340-600's, A340-300's)

    Middle East:
    Dubai, Beirut, Damascus, Amman, Cairo, Jeddah, Riyadh, Tehran, Dammam, Doha, Kuwait & Muscat.
    (served with 777-200's)

    Indian Subcontinent:
    Bombay, Karachi & Delhi.
    (Served by 777-300's)

    Australia:
    Melbourne & Sydney, Perth
    (Served with A340-300's)

    Asia:
    Jakarta, Bangkok, Singapore, Fukuoka, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, Mumbai, Busan, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Denpasar Bali, Osaka
    (Served with 777-200's & A340-300's)

    Africa:
    Accra, Cairo, Nairobi, Lagos, Dakar & Tunis, Seychelles, Dar Es Salaam
    (Served with 777-200's & 747-400's)

    Russia:
    Moscow, St. Petersburg, Vladiostok
    (Served with 777-200ER's)

    North America
    Los Angeles, New York & Washington, Seattle, Toronto,
    Montreal, San Jose, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas Fort Worth, Memphis, Vancouver
    (Served with 777-200's(LR)

    Central America and South America:
    Mexico City, Cancun, Rio De Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Lima & Bogota.
    (Served with 747-400's & A340-600's)

    History:

    Pacific was created after when Philippine airlines were bancrupted in 2006. 7 months had to pass till this new airline got launched in Midsummer 2006.

    Message for the interested members:
    Totally to kill my time off from school.
    Lets see what your airline would look like.





    Inactive from May 1 2009.

  • #2
    This is John. John needs a hobby.

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    • #3
      http://www.airlineempires.net/

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      • #4
        Well I got time for this eheheh.

        International Airlines

        Country
        Aircraft registerd both in Canada and the US

        Company
        Public
        Trades on the TSX

        Main Office
        YYZ

        Hubs
        YVR | YYZ | MIA | LAX

        Focus Cities
        YUL | JFK | ATL | PHX | ORD | YYC | LHR | FRA

        Picture to be added...

        Divisions
        International Airlines
        International Domestic (reigonal connector)
        International Pacific (South Pacific ops, aircraft registerd in Australia)
        International Charter
        International Cargo

        Aircraft

        International Airlines
        E-175 (x20) GE
        E-190 (x10) GE

        A318-112 (x15) CFM
        A319-114 (x60) CFM
        A320-212 and -214 (x35 -212 and x45 -214) CFM
        A321-211 (x12) CFM

        757-200 (x50) RR
        767-200ER (x6) GE
        767-300ER (x40) GE
        A310-304 (x10) GE A310's used for Charter ops and flights to Carribbean
        A300-603R (x10) GE

        A330-242 (x20) RR
        A330-343X (x20) RR
        A340-543 (x5) RR
        MD-11 (x20) GE

        777-300ER (x1) GE

        747-200B (x2) RR
        747-200SUD (x2) GE
        747-400 (x4) GE
        747-400ER (x12)

        Total: 420

        International Domestic

        Dash-8-100 (x40)
        Dash-8 Q200 (x10)
        Dash-8-300 (x16)
        Dash-8 Q400 (x5)

        ERJ-135 (x4)
        CRJ-200ER (x5)
        CRJ-200LR (x55)
        CRJ-700 (x20)
        E-170 (x7)

        Total: 162

        International Pacific

        A320-214 (x15) CFM
        A330-242 (x15) RR
        A330-343 (x10)
        A340-200 (x3) CFM

        Total: 43

        International Cargo

        757-200PF (X5) RR
        DC-8-73 (x20) CFM
        DC-10-30CF (x20) GE
        DC-10-30F (x20) GE

        Total: 65

        Aircraft On Order

        777-300ER x4
        777-200LR x20
        A330-343X x10
        A320-214 x10

        Total Aircraft:690
        Total with Orders:734

        Aircraft being retired/sold
        A340-543 x3
        ERJ-135 x5

        Routes...

        This is just the stuff that goes Internationally, never mind the Domestic and Reigonal :S
        -Kevin

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        • #5
          Here's something to give Philippine Pacific a run for its money..

          MY Airline Name: Philippine Airways

          -A new airline which started operation July 2006.. It bought Air Philippines and retained the old color scheme but made some modifications.. Its aircraft operate 85 international and 27 domestic destinations.. Aircrafts feature AVOD on all classes..
          My Current Fleet

          Regional
          11 A319-111
          8 A320-214
          12 B737-7F6
          7 B737-8F6
          4 EMB-145
          6 EMB-170



          Long-haul
          14 A330-343X
          6 A340-313X
          12 A340-642HGW
          14 B747-4F6
          16 B777-2F6ER
          6 B777-2F6LR
          14 B777-3F6ER

          Freighter
          10 MD-11F
          10 B747-4F6ERF/SCD

          On Order
          14 B747-8F6
          6 B787-8F6
          6 B787-9F6

          Main HUBS
          CRK – Diosdado Macapagal International Airport
          CEB – Cebu/Mactan International Airport
          DVO – Davao International Airport

          Hubs
          HKG – Chep Lap Kok International
          SFO – San Francisco International

          Domestic
          Bacolod, Baguio, Basco, Butuan, Cagayan De Oro, Cauayan, Cotabato, Dipolog, Dumaguete, Gasan, General Santos, Iligan, Iloilo, Kalibo, Laoag, Legaspi, Naga, Pagadian, Puerto Princesa, San Jose(Mindoro), Subic Bay, Surigao, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, Tuguegarao, Virac, Zamboanga

          International
          Asia
          Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Xiamen, Shenzen, Guangzhou, Macau, Seoul-Incheon, Busan, Okinawa-Naha, Osaka-Kansai, Tokyo-Narita, Nagoya-Chubu, Fukuoka, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Jakarta, Bali, Bangkok, Phuket, Hanoi, Ho Chi Min City, Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Bombay, Lahore, Colombo, Male

          Oceania
          Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington

          Middle East
          Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Kuwait, Muscat

          Africa
          Johannesburg, Cape Town, Nairobi, Casablanca, Cairo

          Europe
          London-Heathrow, Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow, Paris-CDG, Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, Milan, Venice, Frankfurt, Munich, Amsterdam, Athens, Stockholm, Zurich, Copenhagen

          South America
          Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Rio De Janeiro, Lima

          North America
          Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Las Vegas, Chicago-O’Hare, Newark, New York-JFK, Washington-Dulles, Dallas-Fort Worth, Vancouver, Toronto

          Philippine Airways bought Air Philippines from Philippine Airlines when it declared bankrupt and was sold.. Philippine Airways is the premier airline of the Philippines.. 40% of the the airline is owned by the Swire Group and 60% is owned by the Philippine Government.. It recently was invited by OneWorld to join its alliance..
          -Zeypi / CX777 - Cathay Pacific VA Junior First Officer



          Next Flights: FS2004
          EK332 DXB - MNL B77W
          NH001 IAD - NRT B77W
          NH007 SFO - NRT B77W
          NH009 JFK - NRT B77W
          NH011 ORD - NRT B77W

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          • #6
            I got a question cx777, why do you have both the 737NG and the A320 in your fleet?
            -Kevin

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            • #7
              737NGs are used mainly on domestic routes and are configured to all economy..
              A32Xs are used on medium range regional flights(which cannot fill the A333) are configurd in a two class layout..
              -Zeypi / CX777 - Cathay Pacific VA Junior First Officer



              Next Flights: FS2004
              EK332 DXB - MNL B77W
              NH001 IAD - NRT B77W
              NH007 SFO - NRT B77W
              NH009 JFK - NRT B77W
              NH011 ORD - NRT B77W

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              • #8
                I wonder how long it takes when someone comes with the Mile High Airline...
                Suche gut gebaute 18-30 Jährigen zum schlachten.
                - Metzgermeister

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by cx777
                  Hubs
                  HKG – Chep Lap Kok International
                  SFO – San Francisco International
                  That's a close airport from your mainhubs if you're planing to base some of your planes there, Noh ? i get the SFO airport but the HKG puzzled me abit
                  Inactive from May 1 2009.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by cx777
                    737NGs are used mainly on domestic routes and are configured to all economy..
                    A32Xs are used on medium range regional flights(which cannot fill the A333) are configurd in a two class layout..
                    Well why not go all A320 or al 737 and have either one of them configured to all Y and then some to Y & J? It would be more economical and make sense.
                    -Kevin

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ACman
                      Well why not go all A320 or al 737 and have either one of them configured to all Y and then some to Y & J? It would be more economical and make sense.
                      go all boeing, airbus in an inferior product



                      let the flaming commence!
                      Christian Vlček Sullivan | Through The Fence Photography
                      Forever New Frontiers

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ACman
                        Well why not go all A320 or al 737 and have either one of them configured to all Y and then some to Y & J? It would be more economical and make sense.
                        Havent you seen any airlines lately or before that has both (A320's or 737NG's) types...?
                        Inactive from May 1 2009.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by MaxPower
                          Havent you seen any airlines lately or before that has both (A320's or 737NG's) types...?
                          Actually, no, None of the US Big-6 or any others that I know of operate both at the same time. Why? Cuase its dumb and un-economical. Its redundant. Doesnt make sense, you want to see high operating costs? Operate both at the same time. If an airline does operate both at the same time, it wont be long before one of them is gone.

                          Other than EasyJet and some charter airlines, please show me an airline that operates both the 737NG and A320 family of aircraft.

                          Originally posted by [email protected]
                          go all boeing, airbus in an inferior product
                          You want to see Inferior, go buy some electornics at Super Store!
                          -Kevin

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ACman
                            You want to see Inferior, go buy some electornics at Super Store!
                            Christian Vlček Sullivan | Through The Fence Photography
                            Forever New Frontiers

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ACman
                              Well why not go all A320 or al 737 and have either one of them configured to all Y and then some to Y & J? It would be more economical and make sense.
                              B737NGs carry more people for less weight and lesser range than the A319.. A319 on the other hand carries less people and more weight for greater range..

                              I dont need that kind of range if im operating within the islands of RP..
                              -Zeypi / CX777 - Cathay Pacific VA Junior First Officer



                              Next Flights: FS2004
                              EK332 DXB - MNL B77W
                              NH001 IAD - NRT B77W
                              NH007 SFO - NRT B77W
                              NH009 JFK - NRT B77W
                              NH011 ORD - NRT B77W

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