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BRO Airlines has finally arrived! Operated by 2 Boeing 757s, BRO Airlines will start flying to many destinations across Eastern Europe and the Balkans, as well as the US!
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Bug reports / Re: [-] 737-900ER bugged range?
« Last post by gazzz0x2z on Today at 09:08:05 PM »
Itd be great if the robobrokers avoided ordering these low range models.

This.

The game favors the LR versions. Brokers should aim them in priority. Maye not 100%, but still.
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Bug reports / Re: [-] LHR Curfew
« Last post by gazzz0x2z on Today at 09:06:38 PM »
I agree with Sami. The system is already complex enough.
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Bug reports / Re: [-] 737-900ER bugged range?
« Last post by Zobelle on Today at 07:12:46 PM »
Itd be great if the robobrokers avoided ordering these low range models.
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Bug reports / Re: [-] 737-900ER bugged range?
« Last post by MikeS on Today at 07:01:48 PM »
You can check the figures yourself in Boeing's documents for airport planing:
https://www.boeing.com/resources/boeingdotcom/commercial/airports/acaps/737.pdf

You'll see that the low MTOW 900ER variant has the same figures as the basic B737-900. It's just an option for airlines (probably to keep
commonality at a maximum)
It can take a lot more cargo, just not for the maximum range. The 160KG is after a full pax load (suggested by system) plus baggage at maximum distance.

As others have stated, nobody in game orders that aircraft, only the AI brokers. In real life it would have lower maintenance costs due derated engines.

Cheers!'

Mike
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Bug reports / Re: [ok] Demand in Yemen is ridiculous
« Last post by dandan on Today at 04:26:07 PM »
So admittedly these are 8 year old figures...

well, true, nowadays the figure is closer to 0
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Bug reports / Re: [ok] Demand in Yemen is ridiculous
« Last post by Zobelle on Today at 04:00:07 PM »
https://dlca.logcluster.org/display/public/DLCA/2.2.1+Yemen+Sana%27a+International+Airport;jsessionid=FE34496FF7673BED6AE3D63C0BAB410E

about 2M passengers per year in 2011... thats about as many as salzburg airport.

So admittedly these are 8 year old figures...
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Bug reports / Re: [ok] Demand in Yemen is ridiculous
« Last post by dandan on Today at 03:54:06 PM »
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Bug reports / Re: LHR Curfew
« Last post by Sami on Today at 03:49:23 PM »
Curfew is fixed hours and there are no quotas or other specialities modelled (= simple system). So not a bug.
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Bug reports / [-] LHR Curfew
« Last post by Zobelle on Today at 03:17:55 PM »
Just found out this little tidbit regarding curfew out of LHR.
Up to 5,800 flights are allowed per year between 2330 and 0600

There are obviously various restrictions to this and these arrivals and departures appear to be mainly in collar hours (2300-0000), (0430-0600) besides unscheduled/emergency arrivals (not modeled in AWS)

Not entirely sure how this can be modeled besides pushing the official curfew to extend and adding some limited slots to these surrounding hours. Feel free to make suggestions.

Source: https://www.heathrow.com/noise/heathrow-operations/night-flights
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