OK, since no one else has answered "SnowFallin's" complaint about the unmanageable popus when route planning; and yes Sami, you did try and give advice (which was good advice to be honest with ya'll
); I'll answer it for you. I don't know exactly what the circumstances are for you, but this is what I think is happening. You are probably setting A/C on a route that can't be serviced by it, setting prices that are stupid (not saying YOU are, but just bare with me) to say the least (like $500,000 for first class etc.), routing them on days when there aren't slots available, routing them on no days AT ALL, departing later than the airport is open until (ie. like in Taiwan: all airports close from around 10pm local to about 7am local time, and no flights can be landing or departing then), you routed a plane that has a schedule that is too full OR you put a route number that is already used by another flight for this particular flight (in general, no reference to a flight in particular). does that solve it? Also, eRepublik (for those who don't know about it) is a LIFE simulation game and a horrible one at that. Not to mention, it isn't even CLOSE to real life, while Airwaysim is getting closer by the minute. You can't buy houses, drive somewhere in a car, BUY OR LEASE A CAR FOR THAT MATTER, buy a bus ticket to somewhere, travel back and forth to your job (in which it most likely it is a gun-manufacturing company because everyone is so militaristic in that game), choose when you can sleep, have to wait a full day before you can work again, usually don't even have enough money at the start to buy food for a week and you loose health everyday if you don't eat (not even taking in to account that people go on holidays etc. and may be away for weeks at a time). You also cannot join the damn army until level 77 or something, and once you can you don't do much apart from fight is stupid wars (like Indonesia Vs. USA in the battle for WISCONSIN, or Russia Vs. Canada in the battle for NUNAVUT) in which you can do almost nothing because it COSTS health for each time you fight, and usually you end up doing it only once per DAY. Also, to do any real damage what-so-ever, you have to BUY a gun (and yes, that means that the US Army doesn't supply guns to fight for it's own turf
) from the armory, and that generally costs double what you currently have, which is somewhere from $15-20 USD.....And then it becomes ridiculous. To move (which usually costs nothing if you're moving to a neighboring state, or even to one that hasn't already been claimed by Angola or Namibia or something) you have to FLY, and they charge somewhere in the range of 80 bucks to move from Montana, Indonesia to Alberta, Poland! Honestly, GET A GRIP OF YOURSELVES!
I just looked and Scotland and Delaware are owned by Canada, France is non-existent as Spain and Poland have taken them over, Germany has two regions that never belonged to them to begin with, Norway owns N/E England and Northern Ireland, the US owns 1/2 of what's left of the UK, and just attacked West Midlands. They also own the region that has Mumbai City in it (in India)...Greece owns two regions in Turkey and one in ISRAEL.....Serbia has a region that belongs to PAKISTAN; Hungary owns a region in China and whatever part of Mongolia that eRepublik bothered to put in; Russia just attacked N/W China and Tibet (Tibet was also a joint attack by the PHILIPPINES) and most of China is claimed by the Philippines. North Korea (or what's left of it) only owns it's Capital, Pyongyang; Argentina owns a region in South Africa; Brazil owns the region with Pretoria in it, and they also own the northern part of Venezuela; Columbia owns the western part of Venezuela by their border with them....aaaand Peru: North Brazil (which is a region) is owned by them. Does that just about explain why eRepublik is not a good life simulation?!?!?
Now, if you call eRepublik a good simulation of how good life could be: I suggest you rethink that crazy idea of yours.
btw, I don't mean to come off sounding like and a-hole, but i'm sorry.....eRepublik just isn't a good simulation of life.