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The intermation is both an alliance and a new form of virtual airline management set to reform and bring about a new and more empowering way of running an airline. Thanks to intermation, airlines in the alliance are now linked with a centralized system bringing them all together, forming one huge route network encompassing hubs from all over the world, giving the virtual pilot and passenger a new virtual experience.The goal of intermation is not to have one person "run the show," so to speak. Each and every airline has its own operations center within the intermation system and has the flexibility and freedom to run itself in a way which it sees fit. Furthermore, airlines can now realistically run their operations as now they have the ability to calculate how many aircraft they need to fulfill their route structures. In addition, each and every aircraft in the fleet is maintained and a log on the aircrafts history and any maintenance flaws is readily available to the virtual pilot, improving safety and reliability.With hubs all over the world, intermation has now opened the virtual curtain to the world, and the stage is now set for a revolution in virtual aviation.The Alliance has formed from the ground up with three already very active VAs and two more in progress. Join us for our first flyin event to celebrate our beginnings and bright future. Windy City Fly-in! Fly in to KORD - Chicago's O'Hare International Airport have a snack and fly right out to our country's capital Wahington DC (KDCA). This event is organized by intermation alliance, all airlines invited! February 28, 2004 arrive at KORD for and ETD of 1900Z for KDCA.http://intermation.shorturl.com/Kevin W SmithinterMation Alliance US Marketing ManagerAsst. CEOCarnival Virtual Airlineshttp://flyfunjets.com

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Correction to the date on the Flyin should read February 29, 2004Thanks

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