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About Ehrhardt

  • Birthday December 30

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    Netherlands

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  1. VA-World.org is expanding pretty quickly, in a month 15 Virtual Airlines have registered and the January votings are well on their way.The Forum hosts discussions about Virtual Airlines and VA-World and all comments are welcome.Also, voting banners have been made, including the option to design a banner yourself with some options to display your VAs current ranking on it.The Layout will be revamped soon enough, after I am done working on my own VAs site. Feel free to poke around at http://www.va-world.org
  2. The January round is well underway. I added some sections to the VA-World forum, including job openings for Virtual Airlines.I am actually considering making some kind of VA Certification for registered VAs, calculating on fleet layout, registered active members, combined flight hours, what tools they use... etc. If you have ideas on this matter, please contact me or register at http://www.va-world.org and discuss it further on the Forum.
  3. We're almost at the end of the month... If you wanna participate in the voting for January sign up your Virtual Airline now!
  4. Site was down for a while but is online again. Feel free to check it out and think about what the site can do or mean to you..http://www.va-world.org
  5. The VA-World, Virtual Airlines listing page is now pretty much done, but is still open for testing. If you own a VA or know someone who has one and is interrested in placing their VA into the voting list, please point them to the homepage. The URL is http://www.va-world.org. The Virtual Airline can promote itself by showing the pilot list, the destinations and origin of the VA, the type of fleet it has and ofcourse a sort of an advertisement. A forum is also available for discussion on VA's and everything interresting concerning Virtual Airlines and it's functions. If you are looking for a new Virtual Airline you can easily browse through the available registered Virtual Airlines and take a pick that suits you best... However, right now not a lot of Virtual Airlines have registered, which is a real pity. I really encourage CEO's to add their VA to the listing.
  6. new URL is working now, the official URL is now:http://www.va-world.org
  7. Hey everybody,I am working on a site that will have a kind of VA top 100 list. It also lets you, as a VA owner register your VA and details for wannabee VA pilots to view. The VA pilot wannabee will be able (hopefully) to browse through a whole bunch of VA's and to carefully select the one most suitable for him/her. It is currently in a start-up phase, which means i am still writing the homepage scripts. Before the 'grand' opening I am looking for VA owners who are willing to help me through the Beta-phase. If you are interrested to help me out, and test the whole #### thing, please visit (temporary URL) http://vaworld.dof-games.net or (in the making URL) http://www.va-world.org. All help is appreciated, if you don't own a Virtual Airline but you are interrested in joining one, you may sign up as well and join the discussion at the va-world forums.
  8. Nedair VA (fictional name) is looking for new pilots. With the completion of the new site, we are opening our doors for Pilots and HUB-Managers. With our base of operations in Rotterdam (NL) and a fleetbase of Fokkers and Airbus we are adding new flights monthly (Pilot's preferences).HUB-Managers will get to have a small fleet (with their own livery) at their disposal to create a pilot friendly flight schedule. The Managers need to have at least flown over 10 hours and must live in the country of their base of operations (HUB).Monitoring is maintained by FSAcars and (or) FSPassengers. Online flying is endorsed, yet not a must. We still have to pick the online service in which we will fly in (vatsim, IVAO, FPI).The site has many an easy to understand interface, flights are restricted to; plane availability, closed airports, etc. Also, the site's layout I tried to make as real as possible (real airline template).With FS-X we will give the site the option to schedule co-pilot flights.Interrested? Then come and check it out at: http://www.nedair.org
  9. Sounds great, when can I download this system to use for my own VA? :(
  10. UPDATE:- The homepage is as good as done with several new features.- Nedair UK and Nedair Caribbean have their liveries and will start flying soon. We are looking for new pilots!Be the first to take lead of a new National branche!Erik EhrhardtCEO Nedair
  11. Do you guys have a website already? I could make one, or you can make use of my old one, which is still on my home pc server. Take a looksy here: http://foof.dyndns.org/wepLemme know what you think ;)Kind regards,Erikmail: erikehrhardt@home.nl
  12. It has been quiet around Nedair for a while, but Nedair is back and we are looking for enthousiasts!With Fokkers, and an Aero Commander 560 (fleet will expand!) we already have an interresting destination setup. Utilizing FSAcars (automated pireps) and FsPassengers (sideshow) we try to get the most out of the VA as possible to maintain fun in flying.Visit the NEW site at: http://www.nedair.orgFuture implementations are national branches for national flights (think about "Nedair UK" or "Nedair France").See you there!Kind regards,Erik Ehrhardt
  13. Maybe you could have a look at Airwave? We are currently expanding, and acquiring new (starting/established) VA's to build a worldwide community.http://www.nedair.org:)Regards,Erik Ehrhardt
  14. The pilots of your VA that's part of Airwave will have the easiest time ever. The only thing to do at the PiRep is to fill in the flighttime. They will get paid (virtually) to buy passes. With this pass-system they can get promoted instantly. When promoted they can download better planes the VA has already arranged for them, and they can fly new routes.There is an airport-lock; when flown to an airport they are stuck there and need the return flight or schedule another flight from that HUB to return. They CAN'T hub-hop :) [i came up with those terms, its sounds stupid, i know :D]All this to try and keep it as realistic as possible.
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