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Author Topic: Worth starting as an advanced beginner?  (Read 379 times)

Offline lynneau

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Worth starting as an advanced beginner?
« on: January 21, 2018, 07:52:24 PM »
So seeing that even in BW1 resources are scarce and many routes are overbooked and dominated, would it be worth starting in one of the GW from scratch? Are there still niche markets that are profitable or is it already over to start new?

Online Tha_Ape

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Re: Worth starting as an advanced beginner?
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2018, 08:33:40 PM »
GW#4 is finished, and should start again in some time.
Though, about the general matter...

GW#1 is not full. Not at all. Don't know what you expect but in GW#2 we're more than twice that number of players, and there are a lot of large companies (400+ planes), and we're all alive (well, the 2nd fuel spike is on its way).
So better specify what you mean when you say "resources are scarce and many routes are overbooked and dominated". If it's CDG-LHR, or LHR-JFK or such, sure, a lot of people always HQ there.
But even in GW#2 there are some underplayed areas, and this for various reasons, good or bad.

Anyway, if you thought you would play all alone, you're not in the right place. AWS is a competition game and you'll always face "opponents". Or it means that you went to some remote location, but this is another topic.


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