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on: February 27, 2010, 07:54:07 am
Hello. I'm looking for a good jet-speed aircraft to replace my Tupolev 134's. They shouldn't have more than 100 seats, because they are flying from small hubs.
I'm playing to have get first, although the second place is about 10 million value above me ^-^ So I'm just playing to have fun.


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Reply #1 on: February 27, 2010, 01:41:11 pm
Since we have no details about your operations, no one can really help.

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Reply #2 on: February 28, 2010, 08:30:52 am
Sorry.
Airline ID#: 14837
World ID#: 1135
The year is 1986
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Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Bergen, Keflavik, Tallin, Riga and Johannesburg.
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Reply #3 on: February 28, 2010, 09:41:29 am
I think best will be BAC-111-200 or 475 or some variant of Fokker F28 Fellowships, they are cheaper but have less range (about 13xx nm).
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Reply #4 on: March 27, 2010, 07:52:59 pm
Sorry, I got bored a bit of the game, and three years have past. It is nearly 1989, and I'm looking for a jetliner to replace my really old Tupolev 134 and some old Yakovlev 42 and B737-200 HGW. I also have aging MD-81/83 that I have to replace, so it's a big project. The numbers also have changed. I now have a DOP of 48 645 060, but I have over 10 billion in cash, so the DOP doesn't really matter now ;). So if you could reccomend any type of aircraft to replace the listed (same configuration/range), I'll be glad to read.
The list of current A/C:
Tupolev 134    (pax 72, range 2174)
Yakovlev 42    (pax 120,range 1178) partially replaced by the 732.
B 732 HGW      (pax 130, range 2761)
MD 81/83        (pax 172, range 1877/3014) maybe MD 88?
A 300B2-100   (pax 336, range 2071) no replacement.
L 1011-200     (pax 256, range 5615)
L 1011-500     (pax 300, range 7077)
Tupolev 144D  (pax 156, range 4349) no replacement.

I look forward to hear your recommendations


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Reply #5 on: March 28, 2010, 02:44:16 am
Again, buy the 737-300 to replace the 732... If you want to wait, you can replace with the A320 in 1990


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Reply #6 on: March 28, 2010, 04:21:33 am
A320 is way too large for his bases--except to 350k airports.

L1011's are also very poor choice.

I would stick with 50-seat turboprops, F-70s, and F-100s for most of your routes.
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Reply #7 on: March 28, 2010, 10:32:25 am
Okay, thanks for the advice. My replacement plan is as follows:
Tupolev 134    (pax 72, range 2174) - BAe ATP
Yakovlev 42    (pax 120,range 1178)  - 737-300
B 732 HGW      (pax 130, range 2761) - 737-300
MD 81/83        (pax 172, range 1877/3014) - MD 83/88
A 300B2-100   (pax 336, range 2071) - remaining hours on the intercontinental 767's
L 1011-200     (pax 256, range 5615) - B 767-200ER
L 1011-500     (pax 300, range 7077) - B 767-200ER
Tupolev 144D  (pax 156, range 4349) to be scrapped.
What do you think?

I have now ordered all of the necessary planes to realize this plan.
« Last Edit: March 31, 2010, 11:09:26 pm by 1993matias »


 

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