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That sounds like what Kim-Jong Un would said.


Until his film got assassinated and so did he. Blessed retards those hackers were. Besides, this is way off topic.

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Until his film got assassinated and so did he. Blessed retards those hackers were. Besides, this is way off topic.

I think turboprops would fit well with North Korean market. They don't have much competition and they only had small handful of demand. To be able to make money from turboprops, you have to have either scam-IFS or no competition at all. (On-topic)


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Actually, you can use turboprops in competition because turbos burn less fuel and you can charge A LOT less fare than a jet operator. Enough SAIID!!!

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Actually, you can use turboprops in competition because turbos burn less fuel and you can charge A LOT less fare than a jet operator. Enough SAIID!!!

Depends though, Turboprops still use 2 pilots even though they carry less passengers, also turboprops have way lower speed than jets which mean it would reduce aircraft utilization, that would make turbo generates less income compared to jets.


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Q400 is more efficient than CRJ-700, so you can charge lower fares. IDK why people love jets on AE. Still my airline has an almost entirely jet fleet in R6.

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Q400 is more efficient than CRJ-700, so you can charge lower fares. IDK why people love jets on AE. Still my airline has an almost entirely jet fleet in R6, 17 out of 89 aircraft are turboprop, BTW THIS IS OFF TOPIC.

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basically. 

 

Props are extremely profitable on the right route.

 

is this with your realistic "quality" airline? :giggle:

This was with another airline where I was operating 2-3 star IFS. It was so helpful.



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The turboprops are great for routes that others wont do, definitely on short feeder routes around your hub with less tham 25 pax per day.

Actually when you have a random wide-body that has a few hours left, a feeder route is the best thing to use it on, which effectively destroys props. Props are good if you want to actually have a realistic regional airline, or if you just want to have fun operating them. They can also be extremely effective if used properly, but will never be the easiest way to make money...






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