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There is a user in S4E that owns 3 airlines in a world where only one is allowed. They take over the alliances and make theirs the one with the best destinations.

How do I know there are by the same person?

There usernames are all "jgg+[plane number]" Like jgg707300.

They both use the same planes, (Antonov An-28, MD-81, MD-88)

They all have no airline description.

And they are all in the alliance OneWorld, which they cheat their way to making it the biggest alliance.

I know the game will probably never remove them, but just watch out if the airline JATAM is in your world.

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"JATAM" was in S4B before it reset (so about August) but it didnt really bug me but people can always copy logos.. 



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Welcome to unmoderated AE.


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Welcome to unmoderated AE.

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Everyone has the freedom to do what they want with their airlines. I would bet you the guy even set up shared control so that he only has to have one login. It's game mechanics and always has been.


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New update: an airline reached out to me and told me JGG had more than 7 airlines in the world. The airline that told me about that said "Now all of that above is pretty sus, but here is the biggest giveaway yet. JATAM invited me to join Oneworld on 2020-10-08 14:31:31 and I replied by asking if it was going to create a conflict with China Southern Airlines, which also operates in China. I got a reply saying that it wouldn't be a problem on 2020-10-09 09:53:50, but here's the thing. The last time China Southern Airlines was active was October 7. How could JATAM have asked China Southern Airlines between those two times if China Southern Airlines wasn't active since October 7? Unless, if both airlines were run by the same person."



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"Now all of that above is pretty sus, but here is the biggest giveaway yet. JATAM invited me to join Oneworld on 2020-10-08 14:31:31 and I replied by asking if it was going to create a conflict with China Southern Airlines, which also operates in China. I got a reply saying that it wouldn't be a problem on 2020-10-09 09:53:50, but here's the thing. The last time China Southern Airlines was active was October 7. How could JATAM have asked China Southern Airlines between those two times if China Southern Airlines wasn't active since October 7? Unless, if both airlines were run by the same person."

Could've just asked someone IRL






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