Chicago, IL, – Atlantic International Virtual Airlines (AIV) announced today AIV3.0, their upgraded web site with a new company logo and much more. AIV senior management has been working behind the scenes to come up with a refreshing look, as they recently re-branded the airline. AIV3.0 is scheduled to be release to the public in June 2012 with a much power punch to the flight simulation community. Also, with AIV3.0, AIV will be changing their Corporate Headquarters and Home Airport to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (KORD). Back in April 2012, AIV announced 2 new additions to their fleet, which it will be the Boeing 777-200LR and Bombardier Q-400. We will be position these new aircraft’s to their new Domiciles within the new few weeks before we launch AIV3.0, said Corey Durham, Vice President of Flight Operations. AIV re-brand also allowed the airline to do a major makeover not only our web site and logo, but a new paint scheme, which it has painted all of their B777?s and Q400?s. Their will continue to paint the remaining fleet and should be completed by end of 2012. We have worked countless hours during the past year on planning and developing our re-launch to the flight simulation community, said Nathan Cox, Vice President of Domicile Operations of Atlantic International Virtual Airlines.
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Chicago, IL –Atlantic International Virtual Airlines (AIV) announced today it has started accepting membership applications and will commence operations on Wednesday, March 14, 2012. AIV will re-launch with their customized and enhanced website, known as Project AIV2.0 and will serve 21 cities within the North American Continent with the Embraer 170 and Boeing 737, 757 and 767 aircraft’s. We have worked countless hours during the past year on planning and developing our re-launch to the flight simulation community, said Robert Sayles, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic International Virtual Airlines.
Project AIV2.0, Atlantic International Virtual customized and advanced system, will offer its members the most updated technology and enhanced award and recognition system. We are really proud of our Developer, he did an outstanding job with Project AIV 2.0, said Andrew Horn, Vice President of Corporate Operations of Atlantic International Virtual Airlines. Future members can go to our website at http://www.atlanticvirtual.org and fill out our membership application, we ask our members to give us up to 48 hours to process their application. Members can email our Member Relations Department at HQMEM@atlanticvirtual.org, if they have any questions regarding their pending application, said Horn.
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Atlantic International Virtual Airlines will re-launch on March 12, 2012
DULLES, VA (KIAD) — February 19, 2012–Atlantic International Virtual Airlines (AIV) Senior Management team announces the official re-launch date. AIV will re-launch on Monday, March 12, 2012 after many months of re-developing their operations. AIV will start accepting applications for their Washington Dulles International Virtual Domicile (KIAD) on March 1, 2012.
Due to Atlantic International Virtual Airlines Technology “Go Forward Plan”, AIV has enhanced their technology capabilities and along with a new URL. The new URL will be www.atlanticvirtual.org and is now active on the World Wide Web. We are asking everyone to make note of our new domain and to update your records accordingly.
“We have begun the hiring process for Atlantic International Virtual Senior operations staff”, said Andrew Horn, Atlantic International Virtual Airline, and Vice President of Corporate Operations. We will search and bring on committed professional staff members, both real world airline employees and flight simulation aviation enthusiasts alike. If you are interested in a staff position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The only requirement is a love of aviation and a willingness to help others. Please continue to Continue reading
Will services 19 Destinations from its Mid Atlantic Hub
DULLES, VA/ Dec. 16/ — Atlantic International Virtual (AIV) announces today that the re-launch airline will initially operate 19 new cities from their Washington Dulles International Airport Domicile. The comeback Airline has decided to use the E170, B737, B757 and B763 aircraft’s for the company fleet. Today’s announcement is the result of a partnership among AIV, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Embraer, The Boeing Company and the State of Virginia.
“Atlantic International Virtual Airlines is making a significant investment in the Metropolitan Washington Area and Dulles International Airport. This strategic investment is designed to maximize Washington’s assets, create a positive environment for business and serve as a vehicle for tourism to the entire United States,” said Andrew Horn, Atlantic International Virtual, Vice President of Corporate Operations. ”
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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 Continue reading
Scheduled for entry into the virtual airline market, Atlantic International Virtual, subsidiary of Pegasus Simulations, Inc., is on course to launch operations from a Boston-Logan International hub (KBOS) on November 14, 2008. Included in the plans are provisions for many different types of aircraft, including, but not limited to; the Embraer 170 (E70), Boeing 737-800 (B738), 757-200 (B752), and 767-300 (B763) with service to over a dozen cities worldwide. The 4th quarter 2008 start-date has the executive staff at full throttle as they work to ensure an on-time opening.
Pegasus Simulations, Inc., parent-company of Atlantic International, is also looking to add to their growing roster of experienced staff members. ”We are still in the progress on hiring more executive and operations staff,” said CEO Robert Sayles, and those interested in joining their team should visit the Atlantic International web-site at: http://aivirtual.org for more information.