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MetroAir Virtual Airlines and Fly UK Virtual Airways Announce Historic Partnership

KANSAS CITY, MO - MetroAir Virtual Airlines and Fly UK Virtual Airways announced today a historic codeshare arrangement. Beginning December 1st, 2014, pilots of each airline will have the opportunity to fly select flights in the partner airline’s route network.

MetroAir pilots will have the ability to fly 30 Fly UK routes using Boeing 737-800, Boeing 767-300, and Boeing 747-400 aircraft from Fly UK’s London Heathrow and Manchester hubs. Fly UK pilots will be able to fly Airbus A319 and Bombardier Dash-8 Q400 aircraft on select routes throughout the United States. Pilots of each airline will not be required to join the roster of the codeshare airline to fly the codeshare flights. However, pilots are encouraged to join each others airlines to experience additional routes and aircraft offerings, as long as minimum flight requirements are met for both airlines. Codeshare flights will be duplicated in each airlines’ database under a reserved codeshare flight number. A complete list of active codeshare flights can be found on the Codeshare tab of each airlines Operations pages. Aircraft models and Continue reading


American Airlines VAFS Celebrates Asiana VA Partnership

To celebrate the new codeshare between Asiana and American Airlines, American Airlines is hosting a group flight from Asiana’s hub in Incheon to American Airlines hub in Los Angeles.  The group flight is to take place on the VATSIM network. American Airlines VA is searching for new pilots to help increase pilot turnout. Flight is on June 2nd at 1400z departing RKSI at 1430z. American Airlines VAFS is the first AAVA to participate in the VAFS financial system.

Andrew Johnson
AAL5001 American CEO

Hawaiian Virtual Airlines Partners with Oakland ARTCC

Honolulu, Hawaii – Hawaiian Virtual Airlines (HAL) announces the beginning of a strategic partnership with the Oakland ARTCC. This collaboration will is the first of this kind for the young Hawaiian airlines and considered to be a major milestone and achievement.

The initiation event took place this passed Saturday at the “West Coast Scramble” event organized by Oakland ARTCC. Hawaiian pilots participated in never before seen numbers and filled all the schedules services into and out of KSFO, KOAK and KSJC airports with trans-oceanic flights originating in Honolulu International (PHNL). Continue reading


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