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Skyways Cargo is Taking Off!

As of now woh|group virtual airlines is looking for pilots for their new cargo airline “Skyways Cargo”. Since January 27th 16 MD11-Freighters are serving destinations around the world, main hub of “Skyways Cargo” is Frankfurt/Main. You will find routes within Europe as well as longhaul services.  Special highlight is a three-times per week served “around the world” service. We offer textures for FS9 and FSX as well as for Free- and Payware (PMDG).

Until March 31st new applicants are able to choose the MD11-Typerating as entry rating. Within the same period all “Skyways Cargo” flights will be rewarded with double miles. Miles can be used to acquire further type-ratings.

woh|group has been founded in 2000. Today about 200 pilots are flying for five airlines (American Sun, Arabian Sun, charterair, Virtual Skyways and brand-new Skyways Cargo). We serve about 350 destinations in more than 100 countries. Simultaneously we consider ourself as an aviation interest group which stages meetings and workshops.

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woh|group is Offering Four Embraer 170 for Sale or Longterm Lease

The woh|group is offering four Embraer 170 for sale or long-term lease. The four aircraft has been built in 2004 and has been operated since then by different member airlines of the woh|group. Currently the aircraft are flying for our subsidiary Arabian Sun where they soon will be replaced by bigger aircraft . As we are also simulating the economic background of our virtual airline we would like to offer these aircraft to other virtual airlines either for sale or a long-term lease (minimum 3 years). The aircraft are equipped with 6 business class and 64 economy class seats and are based in Abu Dhabi (OMAA). If you are interested and/or looking for a new short haul fleet, please contact us by email (


New Chief Operating Officer at Woh|group Virtual Airlines

German virtual airline company woh|group has announced a new Chief Operating Officer. René Kraemer will direct the Operations division from October, 1st. He is following Raphael Loechner, who resigns today from this position for private reasons. Raphael Loechner, who is real pilot at a German airline, has directed the Operations and Training division for more then five years and is now looking forward to concentrate on his real life. We would like to thank him for his good work and enthusiasm and wish him all the best for his future.

René Kraemer is an experienced IVAO and VATSIM pilot and controller. He joined woh|group virtual airlines in 2007 and was at last a staff member for media relations until his present change as COO to our Board of Continue reading


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