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Game forums => Game talk - Beginner's Worlds => Topic started by: Andrej720918 on September 30, 2017, 06:11:32 AM

Title: C checks
Post by: Andrej720918 on September 30, 2017, 06:11:32 AM
Hello fellow CEOs,

I have just started to play this simulation. Finally I found an entertaining simulation which is challenging but also relaxing compared to other MMO games with a lot of grinding (e.g. WoT, WT)

I still have to get a lot of experience, and I am also wathcing some useful youtube videos. However at the moment I should like to have an important question. I am now running a fleet with 5 planes, and 2 more are in the order book. In about 6 month time my planes should undergo C checks which means that they will not fly for 10 days. What is the usual way to overcome this period not loosing money and passengers?

Thanks for the replies.
Title: Re: C checks
Post by: Sami on September 30, 2017, 08:03:55 AM
Probably just easiest to have the C checks and do not worry about replacement aircraft for that short period.
Title: Re: C checks
Post by: Andrej720918 on September 30, 2017, 11:38:39 AM
Thanks Sami.

One more issue, is there any effect on passengers' mood if I use std or high density economy? I mean if passenger number requires I can use higher density and passengers do care about higher density.
Title: Re: C checks
Post by: gazzz0x2z on September 30, 2017, 04:10:17 PM
Thanks Sami.

One more issue, is there any effect on passengers' mood if I use std or high density economy? I mean if passenger number requires I can use higher density and passengers do care about higher density.

mood, in terms of image, not to my knowledge.

The main difference is in terms of pricing. You can't raises prices much when you fly high-density. While, on routes with not much opposition, you can absolutely milk your passengers with standard seating(+50% is not uncommon for me at 90 company image). But.... but you fly less pax. Your call. That being said, the longer the route, the harsher the penalty for flying high density.