I have to agree with wapp. JA is a joke....fuel is $30 and the aircraft have capacities that fit with the time frame. The 70's and 80's brought along wide body aircraft that were too big for the demand at the time, but everyone ordered them because they didn't want to be left behind. It was nothing in the US to fly a 300 passenger DC10 with 70 people on it. With gas dirt cheap, though, and regulation on the airlines' side, everyone still made a profit. Because of that, there are few capable narrowbody aircraft the fit the demand of the time frame until the M80 and 733 are introduced. I know in DOTM2, the M81 was available from day 1, but the real workhorse of the M8X's is the 83 which will begin deliveries in 1984, I think. the 732 is good for its day, but does not have the legs required to be a workhorse in this time frame. Because of this, DOTM scenarios get interesting. This may not make then HARDER per say, but makes planning a little more interesting. As for Modern Times scenario, that $1400 fuel is killer. If you don't have a lean operation by 2007, you are done.