I am not arguing your right to complain, nor am I saying you do not have a right to an opinion.
I am, however, saying that that 2 year old airline with 400 ordered planes is the exception, not the rule. AWS is realistic in more ways than it is not. In the end, it IS a game, and in all games there is a way to exploit and gain an advantage.
But, that was not your complaint in the post I replied to. The complaint was you had to wait 3 years for a "good" aircraft, the high costs of TU-204's and IL-96's was unrealistic, and Sami "had" to do something about it. Again, you are entitled to your opinion, and I respect your opinion. I may have come across as harsh, so I apologize for that. My point was, specifically in reply to your complaints, that there is NOT a 3 year wait for a "good" plane, there is a 3 year wait for the planes you want. There are several planes that are far better than the TU-204 and IL-96 that can be had in under a year, and in several cases under 6 months. If you want A320's, 737's, A330's, etc, order some, get in line. In the mean time, order something as a stop gap--717's instead of 73G's, A300's instead of A330's--and replace them with the "better" plane after 3 years. This is a long game world, and as time goes on, the order books will ease up and quality used aircraft will be available on the board.