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exactly. there are players that like to do that, like me. there are different playstyles and everyone should respect one another, unless someone spams a route with 1 dollar fare.


8 dollar fares on some routes force me to be broke on that route


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I find that a big reason a lot of in-game realistic airlines go bankrupt is because when they are small airlines, they don't route planes when they get them, or a few hours after, but instead wait for a day and do it for some reason. 

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You have to have good dedication. Preferably checking AE at least twice on a daily basis. Running profitable and realistic airlines takes a lot of work, dedication and practice. That's why it took me 3 years to work it out. But it is well worth the investment if you are after the level of respect a community will give you. I used to get harassed in the community so much, but that doesn't happen anymore. I am proud of how far I personally have come, and many people on here have the potential to do at least as much. Beating spammers just requires a certain knack for demand manipulation



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tbh this guy spams my routes really bad

Show the routes... 

747 and other long range planes are a lot of time in the air. and have sense because operating costs. SOme airlines have flights in the midnight to land starting next morning. Using a 20h aircraft is not for worry  i do.

look this real  "SPAMLINING" of American Airlines in 2000   Atlanta to Dallas: more than 50 flights at week.

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Show the routes... 

747 and other long range planes are a lot of time in the air. and have sense because operating costs. SOme airlines have flights in the midnight to land starting next morning. Using a 20h aircraft is not for worry  i do.

look this real  "SPAMLINING" of American Airlines in 2000   Atlanta to Dallas: more than 50 flights at week.

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if you did 50 weekly flights in AE with those same planes, you would probably not fill demand. 


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if you did 50 weekly flights in AE with those same planes, you would probably not fill demand.

Could be a nice experiment, i use F100 in one of my airlines fleet, but i have my own policies and when the flight number is more than 14 at week, its necessary a bigger air plane. 

But AA does with F100 MD8X and 727-200

 

And the real airlines fly with 80% seat capacity. i try always to fly with 100%

 

I attached a example of my airline policies:

 

[ Demand ][ Aircraft ][ Range ][  Recommended number of flights at week for 100% ]

 

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NO,

747 20h came on that airplanes continue in the air with 2 crews.

Have a decent huge airline map. must view one of their most populated routes. If have sense and good efficiency.


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