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Author Topic: Brockair and Flying Green fined by admin  (Read 416 times)

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Brockair and Flying Green fined by admin
« on: May 30, 2022, 09:11:03 AM »
The airlines mentioned in the topic title have been fined by the administration regarding aircraft transfers between the two airlines which exceed the fair play standards in the game rules.

The transactions for the following aircraft are in violation of the game rules regarding fair play and cash transfers:
https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/View/History/68798/
https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/View/History/53548/
https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/View/History/44452/
https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/View/History/53243/
https://www.airwaysim.com/game/Aircraft/View/History/53452/

This is a clear violation where the aircraft has been first owned by company A, then sold to company B at the maximum price, and then bought back by company A at the minimum price. The rules directly forbid such actions, and at least another player of the two is well aware of this rule already from his previous violations.

Penalties given:
 - Brockair; cash fine of $25 million (roughly the amount of money gained), combined with -30 pts Company Image loss. (for first rule violation of this type)
 - Flying Green; cash fine of $500 million and company image loss of -100 pts. (not the first violation of this rule, and no explanation was received of the actions from this player - next violation will lead to a ban from the game)

As a reminder, rules state the intention for aircraft trading clearly, but naturally all individual examples cannot be listed: "Users are forbidden to effectively transfer money between two airlines by for example repeatedly selling and buying aircraft between each others. Normal one-time sales of aircraft, including sale & leaseback deals, are naturally allowed but transferring aircraft with the only intention of at the same time generating profits/money to one airline is considered unacceptable. The purchasing airline must also have a legitimate use for the aircraft to be purchased - putting the aircraft into storage, scrapping it or letting the aircraft sit idle after it has been purchased is not a fair basis for aircraft sales (especially if combined with an exceptionally low or high purchase price)."

Stick to the rules.

 

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