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What if all airlines on AE existed?


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I have always wondered... There are so many airlines on Airline Empires that are pure quality that they deserve to be real airlines. What would you do if your airline on AE became a reality?



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Considering I take pride in making my airline customer and staff oriented (most of the time), i'd be the happiest person in the world =).



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There would be way too many airlines in the world.


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They’d probably all go bankrupt due to competition.


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They’d probably all go bankrupt due to competition.



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Oh man, I'd love to see Vanguard, Heartland, and Crimson fly one day. Perhaps it would work if the AE airlines replaced pre-existing airlines like Hanseatic would replace Lufthansa and Crimson would replace Delta so on and so forth...

...and SAPSA would replace TAP Air Portugal.

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SAPSA and/or Air Portugal

The rivalry of the two airlines begins.

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Well I personally would love to see Air Scotland. Its my favourite airline on the gallery! Well done AJB!!



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As it matures, I aim to bring SAPSA into the ranks of the most prestigious airline brands in the AE community. Same with Air Lorosa'e and Macau Airways.

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Well, it depends under which conditions they exist. If they existed along side the real airlines, they'd be forced to merge or collapse very quickly.

If you're taking about an alternate universe where it's only the AE brands that "deserve" to exist, there'd be a disproportionately high number of North American and European carriers and not enough African or Asian airlines, so while brands in the Western Hemisphere merge, new ones would sprout up in Asia and Africa to fill the voids there. 

 

It'd be really interesting to see how it'd all play out!!


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Well, it depends under which conditions they exist. If they existed along side the real airlines, they'd be forced to merge or collapse very quickly.

If you're taking about an alternate universe where it's only the AE brands that "deserve" to exist, there'd be a disproportionately high number of North American and European carriers and not enough African or Asian airlines, so while brands in the Western Hemisphere merge, new ones would sprout up in Asia and Africa to fill the voids there.

It'd be really interesting to see how it'd all play out!!

AE is also critically short on airlines from South America, don't forget.

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Even if AE airlines replaced pre existing airlines, some AE airlines would have to change their fleets if they want to stay profitable in the real world. Many airlines on AE operate large fuel eating aircraft like the 747-8i and A380.

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Even if AE airlines replaced pre existing airlines, some AE airlines would have to change their fleets if they want to stay profitable in the real world. Many airlines on AE operate large fuel eating aircraft like the 747-8i and A380.

And many real world airlines are now retiring the A380. The 747-8I hasn't been very popular either.

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And then there's all the spamlines...



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get so bankrupt probably


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