Aviation Roleplay


#1

I found this idea on the Infinite Flight Forum(mobile flight Sim).

Here you can create your own airline . Make sure no one else is using it first though. You can announce routes order aircraft and anything else airline related. If you want you can create a aircraft manufacturer and other people can order you aircraft however it must be realistic. You can’t have a plane with one door that is the same size as a A380. It just doesn’t happen. I will stand in for the real life manufacturers but if you have a made up manufacture you are on charge of it. If I order aircraft someone else can stand in for me. If you want you can make a logo, liveries and templates, but are not required.

Rules
Only use an airline if no one else is
Announce you are going to order an aircraft before you add it to your fleet and wait until order is confirmed before adding it to your fleet. You can start with a fleet at first though.
You can form alliances with other airlines or join a current one.
Routes and aircraft must be realistic.
You must have hubs for your airline.
You must only order a new aircraft if it is still in production.
You must announce important things to do with your airline.
You must announce you are using a name before you start.

-Guxk


#2

Cebus Air founded, based out of JFK in New York. We have a fleet of 5 Boeing 737-8. We have 2 routes, JFK-SFO and JFK-KMIA


#3

Cebus Air founds subsidiary Cebus Manufacturers and starts production of the C500 series, first one is expected to take flight 1 week from now. The launch customer will be Cebus Air.

C500

240 pax (full economy config)
6300 nm Range
Dual Engine (PW2000)
43000 ft ceiling
540 mph (870 km/h) cruise speed


#4

I’ll take Air NZ, based at Wellington. Fleet to be delivered :grinning:


#5

A new manufacturer has entered the fray! :grinning:

Cheviot Aerospace has been founded, with its first aircraft, the narrow-body CV20, nearing entry into service - all it needs are a few orders from some reputable airlines!


The CV20-2, the larger variant of the aircraft. Diagram made possible by https://www.norebbo.com/!

Here are the specs:

CV20-1

Capacity: 210 (All Economy), 186 (Two Class)
Cabin Width: 3.6m
Length: 48m
Wingspan: 38m
Cruise Speed: 560mph (901km/h)
Range: 5000nmi
Ceiling: 48000ft
Engines x2: Pratt & Whitney PW2000 series
Door Layout (One Side): 4 x Large Door

CV20-2

Capacity: 235 (All Economy), 200 (Two Class)
Cabin Width: 3.6m
Length: 50m
Wingspan: 38m
Cruise Speed: 560mph (901km/h)
Range: 4500nmi
Ceiling: 48000ft
Engines x2: Pratt & Whitney PW2000 series
Door Layout (One Side): 2 x Large Door, 2 x Over-wing Door, 1 x Large Door

It can fly Paris to San Francisco, is more advanced than the 757 (and has a wider cabin too!), and suits the “Middle of the Market” perfectly! Possible competitors would be the 737 MAX 10, the A321LR, and the Cebus C500.

If you are interested in ordering, please let me know!


#6


10/5/18- Matthew Fair announces British International, which will take on the giants of British Airways, Lufthansa ect. Fleet has yet to be decided but will be made up of approximately 10 short haul aircraft and 5 long haul aircraft on launch. The CV20 is currently rumored to be the aircraft of choice for the short haul aircraft but nothing has been set in stone as Matthew wants to access other options before placing an order


#7

I would like to order 5 CV20-1 please


#8

Certainly! I presume this is for Cebus Air, which will become the launch customer for the CV20!

5 CV20-1s coming your way! :grinning:


#9

thanks!


#10

British International is interested signing an exclusive deal with Cheviot Aerospace to supply all 15 aircraft for the launch of the carrier however Cheviot do not yet make a plane big enough to satisfy the long haul requirement that BI is after. Will one be announced soon or will we have to look elsewhere @PigScroll?


#11

Cebus Air will start 2 new routes: JFK-ORD and JFK-LHR, to be operated by our new CV20-1s.


#12

Davao Oriental Air is founded along with DVO - Leasing Org. with DOA - Leasing Org under the wing of PHD with a fleet of 3 CS 300 with a 160 Single Class Layout to compete with 5J and PR, twenty CS 300s are under order with capital from PHD, an existing retailer in the Philippines. Operating out of Davao along the DVO-CEB and DVO-CLK routes.


#13

We are currently looking at possible market opportunities for a widebody, long haul aircraft, and one should enter development shortly!

Estimated development time will be 9 hours or so, so expect an announcement in around that amount of time! :slight_smile:


#14

Look who came from the dead… Fokker is back in bussiness! With a new product that can rival the likes of Embraer E2 and Bombardier CSeries. Fokker is now introducing a new re-engined and composite upgraded versions of their most popular regional airliners - Fokker 70NG and Fokker 100NG,there is also a new stretched variant Fokker 130NG. All 3 new variants are avaible for order.

New features compared to Fokker classic series include:

  • new high-bypass geared turbofan engines
  • revised door configuration on F130NG
  • new avonics by Rockwell-Collins
  • tweaked window to seat aligment
  • new composite parts on all of the plane
  • new blended winglets
  • comfortable 3-2 seating configuration with large overhead bins

Technical data:

Fokker 70NG

  • Capacity: 85 (All Economy), 72 (Two Class)
  • Cabin Width: 3,30m
  • Length: 30,91m
  • Wingspan: 28,97m
  • Cruise Speed: 870 km/h
  • Range: 3900km
  • Ceiling: 36.000ft

Fokker 100NG

  • Capacity: 122 (All Economy), 97 (Two Class)
  • Cabin Width: 3,30m
  • Length: 35,53m
  • Wingspan: 28,97m
  • Cruise Speed: 870 km/h
  • Range: 3700km
  • Ceiling: 36.000ft

Fokker 130NG

  • Capacity: 145 (All Economy), 105 (Two Class)
  • Cabin Width: 3,30m
  • Length: 39m
  • Wingspan: 28,97m
  • Cruise Speed: 870 km/h
  • Range: 3950km
  • Ceiling: 36.000ft

List prices:
F70NG 78mil $
F100NG 85mil $
F130NG 92mil $
(prices can be negotiated, if a loyal customer or a large order is placed)
-When ordering planes please state your wanted seating capacity, for max. seating capacity see details above.

(not my work, credit to: ngaircraft.com)


#15

A new aircraft has arrived! :grinning:

Cheviot Aerospace has launched the wide-body CV30!


The CV30-1, the smallest variant of the aircraft. Diagram made possible by https://www.norebbo.com/!

Here are the specs:

CV30-1

Capacity: 440 (All Economy, 3-3-3), 330 (Two Class)
Cabin Width: 5.5m
Length: 65m
Wingspan: 55m
Cruise Speed: 560mph (901km/h)
Range: 7000nmi
Ceiling: 50000ft
Engines x2: Pratt & Whitney PW4000 series
Door Layout (One Side): 4 x Large Door

CV30-2

Capacity: 480 (All Economy, 3-3-3), 350 (Two Class)
Cabin Width: 5.5m
Length: 70m
Wingspan: 55m
Cruise Speed: 560mph (901km/h)
Range: 6500nmi
Ceiling: 50000ft
Engines x2: Pratt & Whitney PW4000 series
Door Layout (One Side): 5 x Large Door

CV30-3

Capacity: 525 (All Economy, 3-3-3), 390 (Two Class), 350 (Three Class)
Cabin Width: 5.5m
Length: 74m
Wingspan: 55m
Cruise Speed: 560mph (901km/h)
Range: 6250nmi
Ceiling: 50000ft
Engines x2: Pratt & Whitney PW4000 series
Door Layout (One Side): 5 x Large Door

It can fly Cairo to Los Angeles, and rivals the 777, A350 and 787!

If you are interested in ordering, please let me know!


#16

British International fleet announcement!
Matthew Fair would like to order 10 CV20-2 and 10 CV30-3


#17

10 CV20-2 and 10 CV30-3 heading your way, British International! :grinning:


#18

Cebus Manufacturers is pleased to announce the completion of production of the C510!
It will come in 2 variants the C510-7 and the C510-8. It will be able to fly from Florida to Hong Kong! We are currently looking for a launch customer.
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The larger version, the C510-8.

C510-7

Pax - 460(Economy 3-3-3, Business 2-2-2)
Cruise Speed - 550mph/885km/h
Range - 7000nmi
Ceiling - 49000
Engines - x2 PW4000

C510-8

Pax - 430(Economy 3-2-3, Business 2-2-2)
Cruise Speed - 550mph/885km/h
Range - 7200nmi
Ceiling - 47000
Engines - x2 PW4000


#19

I am pleased to announce the Global Aviation Authority(GAA), lead by @redstonedesigner. The GAA will approve new routes, new aircraft designs and do routine checks of airlines and aircraft manufacturers(meeting tax standards, maintaining up to standard aircraft, etc)


#20

And an new airline has been founded: Orange Airlines based in Amsterdam. we are still considering our first short haul aircraft.