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Author Topic: So who are all the regional airlines out there and where are you based?  (Read 3771 times)

tidelover05

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Just curious...

Talentz

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*Raises hand*


Im a little airline based in POP.





- Talentz



sittingbull

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KPHX   for  me   13 saab2000  1  737   Making  i nice Little profit .

will  open i second base soon i hope   

Offline Maarten Otto

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I still consider myself as a regional airline as I have 3 hubs in Europe.... And 96% of my flights cover distances below 700 NM.

Offline Daveos

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I am operating the regional arm of NorgeFly in Bodo and Tromso.

Offline JJP

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Gateway Express based at St. Louis, MO in USA.  I've done pretty well for being based at a relatively small airport (compared to some!).   :)

munipandita

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Gateway Express based at St. Louis, MO in USA.  I've done pretty well for being based at a relatively small airport (compared to some!).   :)

Regional with 4 B757 on order?  :P

I'm Catita Express, doing great in Mactan - Cebu, Philipines, with AVRO RJ, and soon Embrar E-JETS...



Catita Express

Offline ekaneti

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I am Fiji Airways in Nadi.

I have 5 EMB-120ERs and 2 Saab2000

I am making 400-500k per week

Offline ekaneti

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oh yes, I consistently finish in the top 10 in profit margin :laugh:

munipandita

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oh yes, I consistently finish in the top 10 in profit margin :laugh:

You are just behind me!

I am the 3rd, and you, the 4th...  :P Lets see what hapens hehehe

munipandita

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Well.. I had to close down my airline because the country was too limited.. But i'll be back here soon =P

Offline apenfold

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Highland Airways, based at EGPD (Aberdeen).

Been running at a loss for a while but adjustment of certain aspects, a complete rescheduling and a tax rebate has seen HLA return to profitability and 'into the black' in terms of cash.

ICEcoldair881

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*Raises hand*


Im a little airline based in POP.





- Talentz




I love how you classify 14x B747s and 5x B777s with 7 more on order, a regional airline..... ::)

Bettyb

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regional here, based at Jersey UK
growing fleet of saab2000

Talentz

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I stated I was a small airline...  ;) 

Although at the time I posted that I had more ERJs then widebodies   :laugh:


regional here, based at Jersey UK
growing fleet of saab2000


Those Saabs work much better, eh?  :)


- Talentz

Bettyb

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saabs are working a dream.
worked out that from the saabs speed i can get an extra flight a day than a dash8/ATR

strange that they only made a small number of them

Offline JJP

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Regional with 4 B757 on order?  :P


Um, I have 1 hub in the U.S. from a relatively small airport, and I my routes don't even reach the West Coast!  If Southwest Airlines is considered a regional carrier, then mine certainly would be categorized as such.   Besides, the OP asked for regional carriers NOT commuter lines.

Offline CUR$E - God of AirwaySim

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I'm a regional airline, too. I have ATR-72 AND Dash8-Q400!

Offline Sigma

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Um, I have 1 hub in the U.S. from a relatively small airport, and I my routes don't even reach the West Coast!  If Southwest Airlines is considered a regional carrier, then mine certainly would be categorized as such.   Besides, the OP asked for regional carriers NOT commuter lines.

Wha?  Southwest Airlines hasn't been considered a "Regional" carrier in decades.

For an airline to be considered "Regional" today (in the US, by the FAA, but similiarly throughout the world) it must generally fly aircraft of more than 10 and less than 100 seats.

A "Commuter" airline operates aircraft that are much smaller and operates none of them with required flight attendant service.

Bettyb

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For regional routes: lets say with a bit of competition on a route, would passengers rather fly jet than prob? does the game take this into account?
Looking at my saab only fleet and tempted to get a few crj's for longer routes to speed them up and also help out on busier or competitive routes

 

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