Meridian Virtual was founded as a Code Share and Charter Virtual Airline. We operate flights for Delta and United as well as our core charter flights in the NE, Caribbean and Southern California. Our current hubs are located at (KFLL) Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and (KSNA) John Wayne-Orange County Airport. In addition to the code shares, we offer a variety of ways our pilots can select a flight. We have a random jobs generator that spits out a variety of jobs throughout the day; we have our Charter Ops center where the job is available until flown and the system rarely repeats; and finally we have our Cargo Ops center which functions much like the Charter Ops center, but you have the option of flying various Cargo missions big, medium and small. If that is not enough for you we have over 10,000 routes in the database. Our main database has over 2,400 different airports. We do this to keep the system running quickly and smoothly. If you do not find an airport you like, just search our Charter Ops database which contains over 43,000 airports.
Meridian is one of the more challenging Virtual Airlines to join and fly for. Our goal is not to have hundreds of inactive pilots that have not flown in months. We also seek more experienced pilots than the average Virtual Airline. In order to attract more active and more experienced pilots, we have spent money on the best modules available to give you a lot of options, and a quality web client. Our entrance exam is not very easy to pass, but for the experienced Virtual Pilot it should be no issue. Half the test covers basic piloting skills and the other half covers our rules. We require each pilot to fly a minimum of 10 hours per month. All PIREPS must have a landing rate under -600 fpm, overspeeds must be under 16kts, and correct altitude for Continue reading