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General forum / Re: Request for Information: Debt
« Last post by Zobelle on Today at 10:00:37 PM »
One idea to avoid the CI hit from bad maintenance is to cease by yourself the flights or downsize if possible to fly your routes at least once a week while you work your situation out.
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Announcements - Game World #4 / A New Way of Flying
« Last post by KestrelAIH on Today at 09:32:52 PM »
A new exciting way of flying is coming to Greece.....
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Kinatay Pacific, Philippines' largest airlines, wishes everyone a Merry Christmas.

In a week, everyone will be welcoming yet another year of flying. Experts predicted that air traffic will grow at rates never seen before. Rumour has it that Boeing is working on a giant plane for one of our industry peers - a plane way ahead of its time and will be called the Queen of the Sky. This new Queen will allegedly bring all of us to new heights, reaching destinations we've never been before.

Good luck and be extra safe with Santa and his reindeers!
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General forum / Re: Request for Information: Debt
« Last post by Cardinal on Today at 06:00:53 PM »
Further down the death spiral... lease renewals!

If you are below the threshold, and have aircraft leases expiring, they will not renew and the broker will repossess the plane. This is ONLY for expiring leases, however. Current lease contracts will continue to be paid out of your negative balance.

Then the inbox starts piling on the shame with slot warnings from the grounded flights and strongly worded letters from the bank about missed loan payments  :-[
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General forum / Re: Request for Information: Debt
« Last post by schro on Today at 04:38:35 PM »
so one does need positive cash for C/D checks, right? or are they just deducted off the account nonetheless?

You need either positive cash or slightly negative cash (above that of the bankruptcy warning threshold) and C/D checks will be performed and deducted from your account. If they are not performed, the money is not deducted and they continue to fly without checks until you get fined for it (at which point they are grounded by "authorities" until brought current).

A/B checks continue to happen regardless and are deducted.
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Announcements - Beginner's World #2 / Indian Ocean Airlines Board Meeting
« Last post by jjj on Today at 03:22:21 PM »
Indian Ocean Airlines held its board meeting few days back . It is pleased to announce 1000th Aircraft in its fleet . It has been a very proud moment since its inception . Airlines is right  haing largest fleet in the whole world and also it transports maximum number of passengers . It has also has highest revenue . 1 of its directors commented that '' After few quarters of Financial turmoill due to high fuel prices and rapid expansion , now it is back on track with increasing quarterly profits . We are also proud that we are having highest airplanes of the all the airplanes it operates . We are also havin other expansion plans .Already a market leader in whole of Europe , we are also planning to serve small cities .  Customer reach is or goal '' . 
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General forum / Re: Request for Information: Debt
« Last post by dandan on Today at 02:52:27 PM »
so one does need positive cash for C/D checks, right? or are they just deducted off the account nonetheless?
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Bug reports / Re: Aircraft returned from lease in cargo only config.
« Last post by RuneF on Today at 01:18:21 PM »
GW3, and if i remeber correct it was a 320neo
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General forum / Re: Request for Information: Debt
« Last post by schro on Today at 11:53:36 AM »
You will get a bankruptcy warning when you go far enough into the negative cash realm - anywhere from a few million in the early days to about 20 million as time progresses.  Once you get the bankruptcy warning, you will have a game year to right the ship (basically, get back to positive cash). However, the plot thickens as C/D checks are not performed whenever your cash level is below the bankruptcy warning threshold, thus, will often kick off a spiral of death as your planes get grounded and your CI is destroyed.

If you're 2-3 months into a bankruptcy warning and not climbing out, then you're more or less toast unless you can sell a bunch of planes.
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General forum / Request for Information: Debt
« Last post by dandan on Today at 11:28:28 AM »
Question out of interest: when does "the bank" close down the airline? How far in debt does an airline have to be for that?
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