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Chicago, IL – Atlantic International Virtual Airlines today announces to re-launch operations back to the Flight Simulations Community. “We have been quietly restructuring our technology plans, features/benefits and services, over the past few years. “Today we are excited to announce our relaunch plans and intentions to the flight simulations community”, said Andrew Horn, Vice President of Corporate Operations.

Atlantic International Virtual Airlines has begun Phase I out of III, which phase I is mainly focus on its web development. AIV currently are redeveloping the organization which it consist of the new website and its technology development. “We recently decided to re-launch Atlantic International Virtual Airlines because the love of flight simulation and aviation as whole”, said Robert Sayles, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Please click here to visit our Facebook Page or Official Blog to follow the progress of our development.

We appreciate your support and look forward on serving you soon.  Atlantic International Virtual Airlines plans to operate out of Washington Dulles International Airport (KIAD), and will commence operations around the first quarter of 2012.



About Atlantic International Virtual Airlines

Atlantic International Virtual Airlines (AIV), provides the flight simulation community with some of the most advanced simulation technology. While utilizing both Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004, those at AIV will take advantage of the PHPVMS software. This advanced Virtual Airline Administration software provides its users complete financial, aircraft, and pilot statistics, a flight and schedule search, complete fleet management, pilot registration and profiles, and an advanced live ACARS integration.  For more information about Atlantic International Virtual Airlines, please email our Corporate Communications Department at or visit our website at


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