The airline industry is all about low costs and fast travel. Your job as the new president of an airline is to grow your regional airline into a global travel empire. Each player begins with a regional hub of their choosing, four regional (100×2/200/250 seats) and two national (250/300 seats) aircraft. Each passenger pays only 100 dollars per seat.
Acquiring addition regional hubs costs 100,000,000 dollars and must be located near a currently owned regional hub.
|U.S. Eastern||U.S. Western||Canadian Eastern||Canadian Western|
|Mexico (Gulf/Atlantic)||Central America||Northern S. America||Southern S. America|
|Northern Pacific Islands||Western Europe||Central Europe||Eastern Europe|
|Russia/China||Western Asia||Eastern Asia||Middle East|
|Northern Africa||Southern Africa||Australia||Southern Pacific Islands (New Zeland)|
|Oceanic||Transcontinental Air||International Airlines||Air Palantic|
|Southeastern Airlines||Northwestern Air||[Custom Name] (In-Application Purchase)|
Passenger Jet Manufacturers
|Model Code||Airline||Model Code||Airline|
|AA||Aussia Airliner||UJ||United Jet|
|HA||Hispanic Aeroteca||JJ||Jerusalem Jet|
|EA||Euro-Aerodynamics||ASA||Aero South Africa|
|JJA||Japan Jump Airliner||HC||Haslage Corp. [25% Off Each Aircraft] (In-Application Purchase)|
Passenger Jet Classifications
The cost of each jet is equal to the number of passenger seats times 10,000 dollars.
|Regional||100, 200 & 250||National||250, 300 & 350|
|International||350, 400 & 450||Continental||450, 500 & 550|
|Intercontinental||550 & 600||Orbit (In-Application Purchase)
These will include the airline’s advertising and marketing functions as well deals with cruises, hotels, resorts and popular vacation spots.
- The comments found in the brackets () are simply ideas for possible use as everything is tentative.