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Curious if anyone's gotten more ridiculous profits with A320s before using this method (not u atnt).

 

Yeah IK its an exploit and there's 'better' ones; I'm just saying I think its stupid how the game lets u do this.

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this actually pretty old


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Yeah that's not exactly realistic. Much better than in Airline Mogul though. Because AM bases ticket prices exclusively on how many seats are offered, it can be more profitable to run a long haul route with a 20 PAX plane than an A330

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deal with it idiot


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It's called Demand & Supply. It's basic high school economics. Scant supply of something in high demand is gonna mean you can charge a crap ton for it. It happens in the real world every day.

 

This strategy only works in the initial phase of the game. You have to be first on the route, & remain the only one on the route. As soon as someone else comes along & dumps an entire planeload of pax on the route, the trick is up. Which means the easiest way to beat or frustrate someone doing this is simply put your planes on the same route at default fares.



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It's called Demand & Supply. It's basic high school economics. Scant supply of something in high demand is gonna mean you can charge a crap ton for it. It happens in the real world every day.

 

This strategy only works in the initial phase of the game. You have to be first on the route, & remain the only one on the route. As soon as someone else comes along & dumps an entire planeload of pax on the route, the trick is up. Which means the easiest way to beat or frustrate someone doing this is simply put your planes on the same route at default fares.

Yes and yes, but there'd be a limit in real life, people would not pay 3k for a 6 hour economy flight - even if there's only 4% of the demand accommodated - they'd take some drastically inefficient but still cheaper route with multiple flights. I'm not saying it shouldn't let you do this, I'm saying it shouldn't be this extreme. Its a petty complaint I know



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deal with it idiot

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