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vValuJet Airlines to Conduct Market Study

The vValuJet Airlines group is currently conducting a market study for
flight simmers and VA pilots. The Airline hopes to address key factors in
the VA community and will be considering all feedback for implementation.

The purpose of this study is to provide a VA experience that is not only realistic for it’s members, but also enjoyable with preferred routes, flight times, and aircraft for it’s pilots. VVA wants to know what YOU want in a Virtual Airline.

If you would like to participate in this exciting study, please contact CEO Mike Crane at



West Palm Beach, FL – Virtual ValuJet Airlines is now hiring for several staff positions.

With the new year upon us, VVA is ready to expand its current operations
and welcome new ideas. vValuJet is looking for dedicated, experienced and
enthusiastic individuals to fill these positions. All that are interested
should be at least 18 years of age with prior flight sim experience and be
able to read and write English fluently.


-> Chief Operations Officer
-> Chief Personnel Officer
-> Public Relations Director
-> Event Coordination Director

If you would like to become part of the Continue reading


Virtual ValuJet Airlines Re-Opens Under New Mission!

Palm Beach, FL- CEO and Founder of Virtual ValuJet Airlines, Mike Crane, has re-opened VVA effective 1/12/11, under a new mission, To provide an even richer flight simulation experience. VVA strives to provide the best experience in the skies, for both pilot and ATC enthusiasts. With our RealLife airline procedures we truely simulate what a day in the life of a pilot is like. At VVA we pride ourselves on a long standing “On Time” record, having recently updated our fleet to the widely known Boeing 737-600 we are able to carry more passengers a longer distance, and still maintain our record. We invite all who enjoy flying and being a part of the next big thing, to visit us at, more information can be found under the About Us and Careers tab at the top of the page.


ValuJet Airlines Accepting Applications for Chief Information Officer

Virtual ValuJet Airlines is reopening with a new management structure, fleet type, and route map. The airline is set to launch and is in need of a qualified web designer.

It is preferred that all applicants have experience with HTML, CSS, MySQL, and PHPVMS integration.

If you are interested, please contact Mike Crane at


Virtual ValuJet Airlines to hit 2010 with a BANG!

Virtual ValuJet Airlines has been providing passengers with low-cost, domestic travel since December of 2009. With feedback from customers and staff, VVA will be rolling out a new website, operating procedures, fleet, and new domestic & international travel destinations. These changes will be taking affect in the coming months. The company will be expanding it’s fleet to include the following type categories:

CATI Base Operations -> Beechcraft 1900
CATII Regional Operations -> Embraer 145
CATIII Mainline Domestic Operations -> McDonnell Douglas DC-9
CATIV Mainline International Operations -> Boeing 737-500 Continue reading


Virtual ValuJet Airlines Announces Long Awaited Launch Date

In a recent press conference, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Mike Crane announced that “Virtual ValuJet Airlines will be taking to the virtual skies for the first time on December 1st, 2009.” First flight details were not provided, but Mike did go on to say that VVA will begin accepting applications for pilot positions one week prior to the proposed launch date. Many are expected to be in attendance for the first flight, as VVA’s “Critter” will grace the virtual skies for the first time on VATSIM.

Apply on November 24, 2009 and become a part of virtual airline history!


Virtual ValuJet Airlines Purchases Fleet

Providence, RIVirtual ValuJet Airlines announced today that they have recently purchased 13 McDonnell Douglas  DC-9 aircraft from various McDonnell Douglas private dealers throughout the country. 7 Embraer 145 aircraft are also on delivery to VVA headquarters in Providnece, Rhode Island from the Embraer factory. VVA executives will meet with FAA aircraft inspectors in the coming weeks in Providence. Inspectors will check all ValuJet aircraft and receive operating permits.  After the aircraft are inspected, they will be flown to a prearranged aircraft painter in Seattle, Washington for livery application.


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