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Announcements - Cargo Challenge / Tulip air Cargo ceased operations
« Last post by Juan havana on Today at 01:25:07 AM »
The Ceo of Tupi air cargo has decided to ceace operations, aybe he get bored... because it can be because he had no incomes..
Anyway now the used plane market is filled with a bunge of planes fpr leased... making this challenge, less and less challenging.

To any airlines who has overprices B 527 and over planes listed overpriced... you can still dream to lease and sell them...
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Hello,

Sky Alaska is proud to introduce flights to Barrow/Utqiaġvik. Flights will operate as follows:

SK3225, Anchorage to Utqiaġvik, 11.35am - 1.55pm, Saab 2000, M,T,W,T,F,S,S
SK3226, Utqiaġvik to Anchorage, 1.40pm - 5.05pm, Saab 2000, M,T,W,T,F,S,S

We are also pleased that are now offering 4 daily flights from Anchorage to Fairbanks. Flights are operated as follows:

SK517, Anchorage to Fairbanks, 06.20am - 07.25am, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S
SK3217, Anchorage to Fairbanks, 10.05am - 11.10am, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S
SK3219, Anchorage to Fairbanks, 1.50pm - 2.55pm, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S
SK3221, Anchorage to Fairbanks, 5.35pm - 6.40pm, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S

SK518, Fairbanks to Anchorage, 08.15am - 09.15am, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S
SK3218, Fairbanks to Anchorage, 12.00pm - 1.00pm, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S
SK3220, Fairbanks to Anchorage, 3.45pm - 4.45pm, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S
SK3222, Fairbanks to Anchorage, 7.30pm - 8.30pm, Dornier 728-200, M,T,W,T,F,S,S

Sky Alaska is the state of Alaska's premium flight operator. With flights to 14 destinations, we are dedicated to the communities we serve.
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General forum / Re: Changelog and Previews comment thread
« Last post by Tha_Ape on Yesterday at 09:16:18 PM »
Tu-214 is basically the same thing as Tu-204-200. Different designator as it's build by different factory and has a slightly different exit door configuration but performancewise the same, and won't be added separately. -300 series is also sometimes dubbed as Tu-234.

I had the impression that it had a longer range/additional tanks. But anyway, long range ops with a Russian NB might not be such a good idea...
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General forum / Re: Changelog and Previews comment thread
« Last post by Sami on Yesterday at 09:04:58 PM »
Tu-214 is basically the same thing as Tu-204-200. Different designator as it's build by different factory and has a slightly different exit door configuration but performancewise the same, and won't be added separately. -300 series is also sometimes dubbed as Tu-234.
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General forum / Re: Changelog and Previews comment thread
« Last post by Tha_Ape on Yesterday at 07:57:14 PM »
Just to say I'm happy that there is finally a full family of NB with freighter variants able to somewhat rivalise with the 737 and A320 :)
Thanks Sami!
(still lacks the -214 though)
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Bug reports / Re: Why was the delivery rate of aircraft slowed down?
« Last post by JumboShrimp on Yesterday at 06:01:19 PM »
I looked at it some more, and it is not a bug.  In fact, I really like the way it works incrementally, leaving more open spaces year and more in the future, and gradually compressing the beginning of the production line, one increment (compression) per week.

What made me think there was some change:
- the end of the production line used to compress now only beginning of the line compresses, which is I think more desirable functionality (current functionality).
- the rate of production of the line I as watching (A320 GW3 went from 47 to 45 which must be somewhere around the cutoff that allows deliveries every 11 days vs every 12 days.


Question about a different unrelated subject which makes me believe there is some (unnecessary) hardcoding:
- A320 line has 220 orders, 45 per month production
- NH has 218 orders, 50 per month production
- 757 has 428 orders, yet the per month production is going down from 33 to 32 to 31.  757 line should be producing as many as A320 / NG, given its popularity.
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Bug reports / Re: Incorrect Cargo Volume - Tupolev Tu 204
« Last post by MikeS on Yesterday at 05:24:47 PM »

In the book 204C is reported as 44.5m3 (lower holds).


That would be the right volume to be fair because:
1. No need to use contsiners (like A320 family)
2. The 44.5m3 take into account the extra purely bulk hold in the tail which doesn't fit containers.
So 44.5m3 is the correct total volume, usable without containers

Mike
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Announcements / Re: AirwaySim Changelog
« Last post by Sami on Yesterday at 05:19:33 PM »
Tu-204 update

Updates
  • Tupolev Tu-204 data updated:

    • Runway requirement updated.

    • Added conversion option to Tu-204-100 and Tu-204C.

  • Tupolev Tu-204-100 data updated:

    • Runway requirement updated.

    • Noise certification level updated.

    • Payload & Range values updated.

    • Added conversion option to Tu-204-100C.

  • Tupolev Tu-204-120 data updated:

    • Runway requirement updated.

    • Payload & Range values updated.

    • Added conversion option to Tu-204-120C.

  • Tupolev Tu-204-200 data updated:

    • Runway requirement updated.

    • Noise certification level updated.

    • Payload & Range values updated.

    • New picture.

  • Tupolev Tu-204-220 data updated:

    • Runway requirement updated.

    • Payload & Range values updated.

  • Tupolev Tu-204-300 data updated:

    • Runway requirement updated.

    • Noise certification level updated.

    • Payload & Range values updated.

  • Tupolev Tu-204-100E data added:

    • New model: "The -100E variant is similar to -100 but with upgraded western avionics, larger fuel tanks and other minor changes."

  • Tupolev Tu-204-120E data added:

    • New model: "The -120E variant is similar to -120 but with upgraded western avionics, larger fuel tanks and other minor changes."

  • Tupolev Tu-204C data added:

    • New model: "This is the freighter variant of the first production model."

  • Tupolev Tu-204-100C data added:

    • New model: "The -100C variant is a freighter with extended range version with additional fuel tank and powered by Soloviev (now Aviadvigatel) PS90 turbofan."

  • Tupolev Tu-204-120C data added:

    • New model: "The -120C variant is a freighter with extended range version with additional fuel tank and powered by RR RB211 engines."

  • Tupolev Tu-204-120CE data added:

    • New model: "The -120CE variant is a freighter similar to -120 but with upgraded western avionics, larger fuel tanks and other minor changes."

  • Tupolev Tu-204SM data added:

    • New model: "The 204SM variant (also known as 204CM) is an overall upgrade of the Tu-204-100 series, including new cockpit systems, upgraded engines and better passenger cabin."

This thread is locked and is reserved for announcements only. Please make all comments to the General forums: http://www.airwaysim.com/forum/index.php/topic,60273.0.html
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Bug reports / Re: Plane order order/ delivery order Bug/ feature
« Last post by Superbenj on Yesterday at 02:56:59 PM »
It is indeed per design that a new order that is made goes after your existing orders, regardless of the model chosen.

Its a bad design though, esp now fleets are much bigger due to cargo as covered in Muzhic's post.

Orders of available aircraft should be able to fill gaps until the later model comes into production. It makes little sense for real word and doesn't service any kind of gameplay mechanic in the game itself, it just seems like a lazy implementation to keep things simple.
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Bug reports / Re: Plane order order/ delivery order Bug/ feature
« Last post by Superbenj on Yesterday at 02:53:05 PM »
the same is discussed here

https://www.airwaysim.com/forum/index.php/topic,79447.msg468263.html#msg468263

Yup good points made there, Its going to take me an age to replace my DC8s due to the slow ordering, not helped when I have a 2 year gap in production due to the games flawed mechanics
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