doesn't really matter much in beginner's world. stick anything before 10 years old is fine imo.
if you cannot stay alive in (i guess midway?) then you must be doing something really wrong. It really does not matter where you start as this is a practice world. If there isn't other airport that can supply international route and no competition, I suggest take another round with midway again.
yes to hub traffic, will not affect HQ.
Plane choice is very crucial in this game, you are best to stick with 1-2 fleet type, and go for aircraft that is most efficient until you know more about the game. I would suggest restart, and apply for mentor. He/She will be able to pick up your mistake and point you to the right direction. Ask as much question if you can, most will happy to help if you show you are willing to learn.
Yes, I'm doing something wrong, for sure!!!
And even if some of you think beginner's worlds are too easy, for those like me starting on the game, it's already quite hard. And there are a lot of people wanting for new games to come on, and they take the best airports...
For me it's lot more instructive trying to play with a small or a domestic airport, because you must be careful about everything, than playing on a big hub ! Don't care if I won millions or not, what I care is to make my airline (even if it's a small regional airline) to have profits... and that's hard !!!
I already asked for a Mentor but in 2 weeks there's no player that accepted it. So I'll try to go by my own !
I opened an airport in Honolulu, it's working fine with small domestic airlines and small planes... It was working fine with the 747 I leased, but since the "bird flu", even changing routes, my 747 are ¼ full!
Well, I think another mistake was made... I try to understand what... And I think I'm gonna reset it again tonight! Just don't know if I'll keep the same airport or take Chicago's Midway again!
Who can help or advise me??? Thanks a lot !!! :-)