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Phoenix Virtual Airways Adds 300th Airline


NEW YORK, New York (August 18, 2011) – After appointing Jason Epps-Eades as Scheduling Coordinator last month, Phoenix Virtual Airways (PVA) has gone through another rapid growth spurt and is celebrating the addition of their 300th active airline with S7 Airlines out of Ob, Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia. S7 Airlines expands PVA’s presence in Russia and throughout the world, offering flight simulator pilots the opportunity to fly to any of nearly 3,000 global destinations on the PVA system.

“PVA is the definitive leader in the sheer number of airlines and types of aircraft to fly, places to go, and things to do,” remarked Michael Moro, CEO, during an announcement at Tolmachevo Airport in Novosibirsk. “At any given moment, PVA pilots are flying anything from a Hawker Siddeley for airlines like Wasaya up in Canada, through ERJ and CRJ regional jets for carriers like Delta or United in the US or City Airline in Sweden or Airlink in South Africa, up to 747′s and A380′s on hundreds of thousands of routes globally.”

PVA is the most complete simulation of commercial aviation available today. All airline timetables follow real world schedules as of the time the airline is added to the system. PVA pilots progress in rank to fly larger and more challenging aircraft, and there are numerous opportunities to fly any aircraft in the system during special “CAT Waiver Weekends” like the one PVA is holding to celebrate this milestone.

PVA also maintains an active pilot community with various contests and company forums. There are always a number of fellow crew members willing to help with flight simulator related advice and support.

Phoenix Virtual Airways provides virtual flight crew services to 300 airlines serving nearly 3,000 destinations worldwide. Built using a custom Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) and phpVMS, Phoenix Virtual Airways is a leader in virtual airline automation and realism. Flight Simulator pilots using either FS9 or FSX are encouraged to become part of their community of fun loving, dedicated, flight simulator fans. Find out more by visiting the PVA website at http://www.phoenixva.org.

Contact:
Chuck Topinka, Public Relations
chuck.topinka@phoenixva.org

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