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Discover St Paul Airline, an incredible VA, so different!

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Besides our three international hubs, Minneapolis / St Paul, Miami and London Heathrow, bringing to our crews thousands of short, medium and long range flights involving both jet and props liners, we are even prouder of our much more remarkable departments:

As a matter of fact, we also offer to our pilots who prefer more adventurous experiences lots of other opportunities. Whether bush operations in extreme environments, major air raids to discover remote areas, tracking long rivers of the world, playing around the highest peak in the mountain chain of the Himalayas, repeating  the exploits of aviation pioneers by performing famous historic flights, going around the world in small aircrafts or visiting all ports of USA using seaplanes, with St Paul Airlines you may be daily surprised and amazed by the unsuspected wealth and resources within your flight simulator.

Our Special Operations department already contains more than 3,500 flight plans. And it continues to grow and regularly new proposed flight are added. Business jets, postal flights, dedicated freight division, charters, helicopters operations or friendly multi-players sessions are also part of the fun.

 

To give you a better idea, visit our website:

http://www.stpaulairlines.com/

Almost everything is open: you can download our fleet's aircrafts, discover all our departments without restriction and maybe see why you should join us. Whether for a few weeks to forge your opinion, or for the rest of your life because you will find yourself at home with us, only one thing to say: Welcome!

 

Yoland Grosjean - CEO of St Paul Airlines Virtual

Special & Bush Operations manager

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Presently, St Paul Airlines just signed an agreement with "Misty Moorings" organisation and can now offer new Bush Operations style programs to all its pilots.

The company is also encouraging new pilots to join the fun. It's funny, easy, friendly and interesting. Have a look at the web site:

 http://www.stpaulairlines.com/

 

Welcome aboard

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