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Celestial Air Opens Its Doors!

Celestial Air Virtual finally opened its doors after months of behind-the-scenes work re-designing the website, purchasing new aircraft and creating a more stylized livery. Celestial’s Air goal is to be the most realistic virtual airline, adhering to PART121 operations, simulating purchase of aircraft and expenses. A new training center will open on Q4 of 2011 where pilots will have the opportunity to learn how to operate the fleet just like in the real world. Celestial Air operates a fleet of Boeing 737-700’s and Boeing 757-200’s from its two hubs in Boston, MA (ICAO: KBOS) and San Jose, CA (ICAO:KSJC) to over 20 destinations across the United States. Elliot Vanetzian, Celestial’s CEO stated during the press conference that “Celestial is already looking at expansion to different places and the addition of new aircraft, but in order for that to happen we need more pilots to fly our planes and tell us where they want to fly.” Right now, Celestial Air offers support for the Ifly 737 and the QualiyWings 757, but the team is working hard at adding support for the PMDG, POSKY and CaptainSim.

Celestial is currently hiring pilots for its Boeing 737-700 and Boeing 757-200, so if you want to become part of the most realistic Virtual Airline out there and have a lot of fun while becoming a professional pilot apply today!

http://www.celestialairvirtual.com/index.php/registration

Happy Flying!
Celestial Air Virtual Management

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Celestial Air Virtual (ICAO: CAA, IATA: CA) is a virtual airline based in Boston, Massachusetts, with a secondary hub in San Jose, California offering service to over 20 destinations in the United States and abroad. Flying the most modern fleet and offering realistic scheduling, financial and dispatching software Celestial aims to be the virtual airline of choice in the aviation community.

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