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  1. After months of hard work and preparation, we are pleased to announce that Asia Virtual Alliance is now open to the public. We are a Virtual Airline with 15000+ passenger and cargo schedules around the world, an active staff group and we boast a friendly atmosphere for both new and veteran pilots alike. We will be offering schedules for most major Asian carriers as well as some other international carriers. Already included in our network is Cathay Pacific, Malaysian Airlines, British Airways, American, and QANTAS. Soon we will be introducing charter flights, so you can fly between any airports in the world. Also we intend to hold regular events. Feel free to come and check out our website and/or have a chat with our friendly staff Kind Regards, Peter Benson - Media Director Asia Virtual Alliance. website: www.asiavirtualalliance.com teamspeak: ts.asiavirtualalliance.com discord: http://discord.gg/kcaDzuQ
  2. Anyone got any tips on owning a Virtual Airline? Our airline is AAV & we are the biggest AAV on Instagram. Our airline has a CEO (me), co-CEO, Airline Operations Manager & Human Resources Manager. We have a website & 11 pilots, excluding me, the co-CEO, AOM, and the Human Resources manager. If this is in the wrong forum, ignore that. I need tips on owning a Virtual Airline. Thanks.
  3. Hi there, I have just set up a new VA called Rikzo Virtual, a classic low cost European airline operating out of smaller airports like London City. Its not ready yet, so I was looking for anyone wanting to become a staff member, or even just become a pilot and help out with the site and the VA, all help is appreciated. I don't mind who, any age or experience. Or if anyone just wants to offer any advice, I would be glad to hear. The website is rikzovirtual.com (obviously the website is very new and bad!) Thanks in advance, Charlie
  4. Hi there! I think some of you (maybe) know me from all the Reality XP GTN integrations I've done for the community. I appreciate your support and I wanted to share some exciting news! After some grueling time coding I have officially opened my own Virtual Airline that is based off my childhood dream of operating a transportation company named 'Walker Air Transport'. It's been quite the journey and at least over the past year I've had so many messages and asks around social media about how to get my liveries or be part of the brand. It was refreshing and exciting to see others excited in my brand -- just so you know the avatar/logo of my virtual airline is actually me. I work in IT and I traveled a lot (until recently as my role shifted) so my logo became me in the airport, with a backpack, and a ball cap which is how I always travel (comfort!). Fast forward to now--after several months of coding and help from some very close friends I have finally finished and opened it to the public. Here are the simple straight-forward details. I recommend you go visit the website, read it, and maybe join us. Once you get in there you'll see how great (we think) it is. We have 17 hubs stationed in the U.S., UK, and Europe. We have 64 different aircraft types and over 120 liveries available -- they are all designed in-house with high level of quality control (I'm an OCD perfectionist.) We have planes from the C172 all the way to the A321. You can see a full listing of our fleet on the site. We have schedules developed in the US and Europe that are based on the following real-world airlines; Delta Airlines, Southwest Airlines, DHL, Fedex, UPS, EasyJet, Flybe, Ryanair, Air Malta. 53,642 schedules to be exact. We have 3 individual flight operations that act as airlines; Cargo, Charter, and Scheduled. Each one of these has its own fleet to fly and routes (except Charter, that is completely up to you to decide where you wish to fly from and to--there are 44k airports available.) Every flight allows you to pick what you want to fly: yes, our schedules are open. You will get a pop up window that says "Pick your airframe." How often do you see that? We use the SmartCARS application to track flights. We are completely automated -- that means no hub managers, no waiting for a PIREP to be approved. We have a rank and points system that you are awarded for things such as: taking at least 20 minutes to do preflight, using takeoff and landing flaps, maintaining speed under 10k feet, how hard or soft you land. We use a depart last arrival system; if you fly a scheduled or cargo flight you will need to depart from the last location. If you find yourself in a dead-end, let us know and we can fix that. However, we do offer jump seat services if you wish to just move somewhere else. We have Simbrief integration with an output that gives you the details you need very quickly; we also allow our pilots to chose their format and weight type (KGS or LBS.) Our platform uses Leaflet maps. Our booking system is map based (get a look at where you can fly to from your current location and click the pin.) The base of my platform is phpVMS but it is supercharged beyond anything you've seen--it's all done in house by me. We're constantly adding on to it: in the works now is an event center and award center. I think that's enough... you should come see us. You can visit us on the web at https://walkerair.us PS: I'm willing to answer questions but please don't post things that are available on the website if you were to go look. Thanks!
  5. Hello Everyone, So the purpose of this post is to get the word out about Majestic Airways. Run by me, Matthew, we have more than 600+ possible flights once every flight plan is inserted. We currently have about 300. We operate out of London, Heathrow airport in England, to many other airports around Europe, Asia, North/South America, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand. We have many more airports we are considering flying to. Our fleet currently has 17 aircraft, consisting of the A318/19, A380, B737-500/800, B757-200/300, B747-400, B767-300, B777-200/300. We have other orders for the A330-200/300, A340(all versions), A350, B748, and B787-8/9. It is completely free for any pilots to join and we can have you in the air within a couple hours after you join. We offer pilot ranks, meaning pilots can earn a higher pay grade and a more influential say in airline business, with each rank. We have an active website for anyone to view who would like more information. www.majesticairwaysva.com We use the fsairline platform for our airline. If anyone has any questions, please comment them below or email me directly at majesticairwaysva@gmail.com Thanks for your time, and hope to see some of you join! Matthew President/CEO - Majestic Airways
  6. Hi, we’re Porter Virtual, a new VA simulating Toronto based Porter Airlines. Porter operates a Bombardier Q400 only fleet, flying to destinations in eastern Canada, the Northeast US, and seasonally to Florida and South Carolina. Almost every flight is out of the very interesting airport that is Toronto Billy Bishop, just a hop, skip, and jump from downtown Toronto. Along with Porter, we simulate the operations of their partners too! We expand the flying possibilities by flying JetBlue, Emirates, Qatar, El Al, and Sata. Plus we want to make being a pilot with us as simple as we can make it, so we chose smartCARS as our ACARS system of choice. It brings a seamless flight-to-PIREP system into play, and lets you chat with the community; we think you’ll love it. And to make things even better, Porter Virtual is run by a team of dedicated staff who are all die hard flight simmers. We constantly push out updates to our system, and always thrive for a greater experience for our pilots. Intrigued? Visit https://porterva.com/ for the whole scoop. Cheers! -The Porter Virtual Staff
  7. Hi all, I just wanted to let you know that vFlybe has taken back to the skis, simulating the real life operation of one of Europe's best loved airlines! Utalising the VAMSYS ecosystem we're excited to see what the future brings for Flybe. Pilots can join at https://vFlybe.co.uk
  8. Zibo Mod B737-800 Prime Air Livery , XP11B5.0, Active Sky, SOO3613 KCLT-KMIA FL320 0630am Join us at Giantvirtualcargo.org
  9. Hello! I'm looking for some people that would be interested in joining my VA team. We're an already established VA with about 55 members. However, our ACARS system is in need of work, along with our website. We're working on establishing Projectfly into our system, but we're having a hard time with it. Along with that, I've tried downloading VAM (virtual airline's manager) to re-do our website, but even after watching videos and looking at the FAQ, I still can't quite get it. Our current website is https://www.ttavirtual.com, and you'll see it's not competitive at all compared to other VA's. If anyone's interested in working with us, please comment and I'll try to get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks, Jacob, CEO Trans-Texas Virtual
  10. What is Viva Airlines? Viva Airlines will soon be the most professional and technologically advanced VA around! After becoming the largest Virtual Trucking Company in the American and Europe Truck Simulator community, we felt it was time to start up operations in the sky. After 2 months of research, software development, and mod development, we are close to finally to opening our doors for good! Our mission was to create a place where aviation enthusiast that could come together to form a friendly community of all cultures. Viva members will always come first and in order to do that, we must ensure responsibility, respect, trust, and initiative towards all members. What makes us different? To stay ahead of the vast competition of Virtual Airlines, we have invested hundreds in providing our members with the most technologically advanced VA software custom coded by our development team. From our Pilot Hub to our custom Viva Airline app, the experience never ends. Along with our technology, we've worked 1 on 1 with real pilots in the industry to create a realistic atmosphere for all of our Pilots. From logging software to flight logs, our research team has implemented real world industry standards into our Airline. How can I join? We are still working as efficiently as possible to finish our community development. Viva Airlines will be open and accepting pilots Winter of 2017. To stay up to date on our development, sign up on our news letter at https://goo.gl/G5BysG . Thank you for your intrest in Viva Airlines!
  11. Who We Are - Pacific Logistics is a full-service freight provider, based in Los Angeles, California (LAX). We offer a wide array of shipping solutions, and pride ourselves on our flexibility. A fleet of modern and well-maintained Boeing 777s and 747s provides us with a global reach, as well as an excellent payload capacity - all without sacrificing fuel efficiency. Our optimized route network and 24/7 dispatch department ensure that even the most time-sensitive commodities can reach any corner of the globe. Since 2013, we have been impressing our clients by meeting even their most demanding shipping requirements. What We Are Looking For - Pacific Logistics is a virtual airline that was founded to simulate the operations of a fictional cargo carrier. We are geared towards those flight sim enthusiasts who desire a little extra realism in their hobby. PacLog is unlike a majority of virtual airlines in the sense that pilots do not fly a wide range of various aircraft to an almost endless list of destinations. Instead, much like a real-world airline, pilots apply for a specific type of aircraft, and if accepted, fly that type within our carefully constructed route network. Furthermore, while hours are great for tracking experience and activity, all upgrades and promotions are based on seniority. This means that PacLog does not accept transferred hours, though they will be taken into account during the application process. We are currently hiring first officers and direct-entry captains for both our B747-400F and B777-200LRF fleet. Applicants desiring a direct-entry captain position must have previous verifiable type time. We currently support the PMDG 777-200LRF as well as the PMDG 747-400F (v2 and v3). Please visit http://flypaclog.com/careers to see a list of available openings. What We Offer - Seniority-based bidding Modern and sleek custom ACARS program Compatibility with major flight sim add-ons Realistic and extensive route network Custom documents such as checklists and SOPs Please feel free to take a look around our website and contact us with any questions you might have. Regards, Andrew De Forest adeforest@flypaclog.com http://www.flypaclog.com
  12. Hello Ladies and Gentlemen, My name is James. I am writing this post to inform you of a new virtual airline that has opened only yesterday (20/11/16) We warmly welcome you to join Virtual Air Berlin (VAB)! So what you waiting for? Come and join a brand new community today Here: http://virtualairberlin.com/ Best Regards James Diossy - On behalf of Virtual Air Berlin Team
  13. Wer´re happy to announce that we are registered as official virtual airline in the IVAO network from now on. This means, that we have our own livery on the network and that we can be recognized as Wika-Airlines. If you are interested to join us, have a look at our website:) www.wika-airline.de
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