UTUA Group Holdings Inc. launches UTUA-Freight, which will operate cargo only routes from its inaugural flight from Dubai(OMDB) to Al Ahsa(OEAH). It commemorates 50 routes operated by UTUA, and the new freight route will operate with the route number TU099, TU100. DUBAI - 19th of November 2021 - PRESS RELEASE
UTUA-Freight currently has one route operated by UTUA's Britten-Norman BN-2T Islander. We plan to expand further, with 10 more additional routes planned by August 2022. We aim to service an additional 15 airports across the Middle East and Africa, using larger planes. We hope that we will bring convenience and reliability to our customers.
It's quite funny to see AI airlines going burst. Is are there statistics for that ? Do we know what the systhem do well or not ? Full fantasy mode: It would be nice to be able to take over an AI airline. Could be an easy way to create a base.
Last post by fanglin - February 27, 2024, 10:53:31 PM
Today, Californian Airlines revealed a new livery. Throwing out its history of modesty, the new look is a bold step into the future. The livery has already been painted on one A340-300, and the rest of the fleet will receive repainting in the upcoming few years.
This world can use another Alliance to compete with the current larger ones. If you are interested in becoming a co-founder of the new start-up alliance "SkyWorldAlliance" feel free to contact me. There are no specific entry requirements, except that your airline needs to have decent punctuality and network to support the growth and stats of the alliance
Last post by d.kouwie - February 27, 2024, 12:24:28 PM
Leading the Skies with the New Airbus A318
We are thrilled to announce that Sky-High Express has become the first airline to place an order for the cutting-edge Airbus A318 aircraft. This marks a monumental milestone in our journey of providing unparalleled service and innovation in the aviation industry.
The Airbus A318, known for its agility, efficiency, and state-of-the-art technology, aligns flawlessly with our mission to connect destinations with unmatched reliability and comfort. Its advanced features and capabilities ensure that we remain at the forefront of the aviation industry, offering our passengers the best in modern air travel.
We are immensely proud to lead the way with the Airbus A318, and we look forward to welcoming our passengers aboard this remarkable aircraft. Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to elevate your flying experience with Sky-High Express.
Last post by Cornishman - February 26, 2024, 01:42:00 PM
Let me guess, you've been flying around Europe for years now and all you get are greedy airlines with cramped seats as tight as we can make them for economy class passengers, right? Yup, we too have been guilty of this - but we've been listening to our customers complaints and we at ST. PIRANS AIRWAYS are doing something to fix that right now!
Starting immediately, we are commencing the phasing out our huge European fleet of older generation Boeing 737-300 and 737-400 and replacing them with bigger, more fuel-efficient and most importantly, better seating leg-room for ALL customers whether in economy or 1st class with our new Boeing 737NG aircraft.
Over the next few months we will also be retiring our smaller regional-jet fleet of Bombardier CRJ aircraft and replacing their routes with 737s wherever practical, giving vastly improved passenger comfort on all those routes too.
Then in another year or so from now, we have another huge new and very exciting additional change we are going to be launching... Watch this space ! ... We have been investing $$$ BILLIONS $$$ in new aircraft and making changes to ensure we remain by far, the most significant airline in France and clearly one of the best in Europe.
St. Pirans Airways - We Innovate - Others Imitate ! A proud member airline of ELITE Worldwide Alliance
Last post by fanglin - February 25, 2024, 03:45:01 PM
I had to replace a fleet of 400+ pax and cargo A300s for my LAX-based airline. I replace them with a mixture of new fleets; A321-200 to cover most domestic routes, A330/40 for transatlantic and LAX-JFK, and 747-400F for cargo. I highly recommend splitting the A300 into at least two fleets, one large and one very large. This will allow you to be more efficient at all ranges. If you use cargo A300s, make sure the very large fleet has a cargo variant too. (I chose 747 simply to compete with opponents, it is not the best direct freighter replacement).