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North American Design Competition 3 


 

Hello all and welcome to the Third annual North American Design Competition sponsored by Valliant. My name is Boeing Flight Simulator and I will be the host of this year's competition alongside ThePessimist and GJ. We are happy to welcome you to this year's competition and hope you have as much fun designing as we did setting this up for you all. Now without further adieu we will get into the guidelines for this year's competition.

 

First off the changes from (Link) last year's competition.

  1. Three Bonus Points  

  2. Additional Countries/ Regions


 

Now onto categories, There will be four categories to this competition same as last year,

  1. Full Service/Mainline Carriers (Ex. United, Air Canada)

  2. Low Cost Carriers/Ultra Low Cost Carriers (Ex. Spirit, Frontier, Volaris)

  3. Regional Airlines (Ex. Endeavor, Air Wisconsin, Denver Air Connection)

  4. Cargo and Charter Carriers (Ex. National, Polar, FedEx Express)


 

Entry Guidelines

Each Participant is limited to one entry per category.

Entries must be from the modern era 2000-2023

Each entry must either be from scratch or posted on the gallery between December 21st 2022 and November 21st 2023

All submissions must have a short lore post. 10-25 sentences

Participants must include a separated livery and logo, At least one piece of Auxiliary branding is also required but there is no cap on Auxiliary branding. Failure to include aux branding will lead to an immediate loss of 10 points. 

Credit sources ex. If you use a preexisting logo without credit, your score will be significantly affected.

Entries must originate from Belize, Canada, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Greenland Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, St. Pierre and Miquelon, the United States, or the United States Virgin Islands. This includes Hawaii and Alaska.

Entries must follow this criteria

[Group] [Airline Name] IATA: ICAO: CALLSIGN: [Headquarters] [Era of Submission (year of livery)]:

Example: Group A Northern Airlines IATA: NO ICAO: NAS CALLSIGN: Chicago IL 2022

 

 

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Judging Criteria

 

Airlines will be judged based on the following categories,

10 points for Creativity: How does this airline stand out from the other competitors and how well does it fit into the chosen environment and group?

10 points for Design Principles: How well executed is the brand and its overall design?

5 points for Logo and Branding Elements: Outside of its presentation on an aircraft as a livery, is this brand realistic and appealing?

10 points for Auxiliary Branding: How well does it fit into its area and target audience, is the auxiliary branding executed well?

5 points for Bio and Lore: Is the written history of the airline correct for the era, is it interesting and creative?

 

We Got Bored Bonus Points

+1 Point for correct translations of languages with region specific dialects.

+1 Point for you if you choose one of the following countries/categories, Cuba (category 1), Hawaii (category 3), Alaska (category 2), Canadian Yukon (Northwest Territories, Yukon) (category 4) 

+1 point for everyone if Dokateo posts a submission 

 

The score will be out of 53

 

All submissions will be due by 11/30/2023 1:00AM UTC time

 

Happy Designing from the NADC 3 team!


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RedAir, officially Corporación de Carga Aérea de Red (Network Air Cargo Corporation) is one of the largest cargo airlines in Mexico. It was founded in 1995 with 2 leased Boeing 707-320C aircraft and a base in Mexico City, with the latter being the airline's headquarters across its almost 30 year history. After replacing the 707 with DC-8s a few years after its launch, it expanded into Europe and South America, and China in 2017. As of 2023, the airline flies over 600 flights and moves 60,000 tons of cargo annually.
 
The fleet as of 2023 consists of 5 Boeing 767-300 freighter aircraft. All of these aircraft were previously passenger aircraft. Despite the company being legally registered in Mexico, 3 aircraft are registered in Ireland and 2 in the United States. The Irish registered aircraft are leased from Freightstar Malta, in which RedAir has a 49% stake.
 
N203CM is pictured in its 2021 livery. It changed hands frequently between China Southern, Canadian Airlines, Air Canada, and Air Canada Rouge before being converted to cargo in 2021. Following the completion of the conversion in 2022, the aircraft was delivered to the airline in August of that year. It is registered in the United States to avoid aircraft taxes.
 
N871MY is pictured in the livery Red adopted between 2000 and 2009. The aircraft previously served with United as a passenger airliner and Fast Air as a cargo airliner. The aircraft was delivered to Red in 1998 as the first aircraft taken up. It was taken out of service in 2002, one year before all DC-8s were retired and 2 years after the 767 was introduced. After its tenure with Red, the aircraft was delivered to Promodal Transportes Aéreos of Brazil, where it was later taken out of service again in 2004 and finally scrapped in 2017.
 
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Group 1 | NewAir | IATA: NA | ICAO: NEW | ROCK | St. Johns NL | 2002

 

 

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NewAir was established in 1989 as Newfoundland Air System by a Canadian businessman. Following the merger of Air Canada and Canadian Airlines International NewAir began to expand exponentially and by the end of the 2000s it had 3 European destinations as well as many routes within Canada and to the United States.

The Livery depicted was introduced in 2002 on a 737-200 thus beginning a new era for the company. NewAir operates primarily out of its main base at St. John's, NL along with a secondary base at Montreal, QC.

 

NewAir's fleet as of Q4 2023:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

NewAir Link (Regional Fleet)

 

  • 5    De Havilland Canada/Viking DHC-6-400
  • 12  De Havilland Canada Dash 8-300
  • 9    De Havilland Canada Dash 8-200
  • 4    Saab 340B+
  • 12  Canadair CRJ-200

 

NewAir (Mainline Fleet)

 

  • 7 Airbus A320
  • 3 Airbus A321
  • 6 Boeing 737-700
  • 5 Boeing 737-800
  • 4 Boeing 737-900
  • 2 Boeing 757-200
  • 4 Boeing 767-300ER

NewAir Cargo

  • 3 DeHavilland Canada Dash 8-100P2F
  • 5 Boeing 737-400BCF
  • 2 Boeing 757-200PCF

 

Boeing 737-275/Adv C-FICK is depicted as it looked in August 2006, and 767-38E(ER) C-GBZR as it would in 2016 along with the cover of a safety card.

 

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Group A | Pacific Airways | CX | CLX | CaliEx | Los Angeles, CA | 2012

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Pacific Airways is the fifth largest airline in the United States, based in Los Angeles. The airline was founded as an intrastate carrier in 1946, operating Curtiss CW-46s, then Vickers Viscounts and Vikings. The airline has been the dominant carrier in Hawaii and the transpacific market for most of its history. The focus on Hawaii is reflected in the airline’s livery, which was originally a turtle from 1985 to 2010, then a Hibiscus flower from 2010. The airline exists as a hybrid carrier on domestic routes, offering amenities and legroom not seen on LCCs, for a LCC price, an example being their commitment to personal AVOD screens at every seat, and a market-leading domestic first class cabin, which features aboard the A320neo and 737 MAX aircraft in the fleet. Internationally, Pacific offers at least a three class service aboard each aircraft, featuring the reverse-herringbone OceanBlue suites in business class, while on the A350s first class is also available, configured 1-1-1, and featuring a seperate bed and recliner configuration. Economy has generous legroom (32-33”) and amenities. Major bases in Pacific’s network include:

  • Los Angeles
  • San Francisco 
  • Newark
  • New York JFK
  • Honolulu 
  • Guam
  • Boston Logan
  • Chicago O’Hare
  • Seattle-Tacoma

The airline currently serves 380 destinations, on each continent apart from Antarctica, with a daily route mileage of about 1.5 million. 
Pacific Airways current fleet

  • Airbus A220-100 x 40
  • Airbus A220-300 x 50
  • Airbus A320neo x 90
  • Airbus A321neo x 60
  • Airbus A321XLR x 12 (on order)
  • Airbus A350-900 x 40
  • Airbus A350-1000 x 20
  • Boeing 737-8 x 60
  • Boeing 787-8 x 45
  • Boeing 787-9 x 40

Imgur album featuring aircraft liveries: https://imgur.com/a/BZ7HyuL


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Group A | Pacific Airways | CX | CLX | CaliEx | Los Angeles, CA | 2012

lets see it

 

i'm giving feedback so detailed on this one that i've already started pre-emptively grading existing submissions so that the results are ready sooner


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lets see it

 

i'm giving feedback so detailed on this one that i've already started pre-emptively grading existing submissions so that the results are ready sooner

oh no. but it's coming. i'll finish up the lore, then post most of it


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Quick question, what counts as auxiliary branding? I have a logo and livery ready but I'm not quite sure what to do for the aux branding.



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Quick question, what counts as auxiliary branding? I have a logo and livery ready but I'm not quite sure what to do for the aux branding.

Advertisements, website mock-ups, etc.
At least that’s my understanding of it

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Group A | Aerocubana | IATA: CB | ICAO: ACB | CALLSIGN: AEROCUBANA | Havana (HAV) | 2005

 

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Aerocubana is the flag carrier of Cuba. The airline's logo is a stylized rendition of a Cuban trogon, the country's national bird.

Aerocubana was founded in 1949 with a fleet of DC-3s and Lockheed Constellations. By the late 1950s the airline has grown to a sizable network connecting Latin America, North America, and Europe. After the Cuban revolution in 1959, the airline was restructured under government control, and in 1961 with the US embargo of Cuba they were forced to end all services to the United States as well as cancel all orders for western aircraft. Since then, Soviet and Russian built aircraft have been the backbone of the airline's fleet. Multiple times since the embargo some western aircraft have been leased from various airlines on a temporary basis, although there are none currently.

 

Current Fleet:

2x ATR 72-500
5x Ilyushin Il-96-300

5x Sukhoi SSJ100-95LR

2x Tupolev Tu-204-100

2x Tupolev Tu-204-100C

2x Tupolev Tu-204-300

 

On Order

3x Ilyushin Il-96-400M
 

Tupolev Tu-204-100 CU-T1402 in the airline's current livery introduced in 2005.

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A safety card for the Airline's Tu-204 fleet.

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Group 2 | Cascade Air| IATA: CS | ICAO: CAS | CALLSIGN: CASCADE | Vancouver (YVR) 1994


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Group A | Midwest International Airlines | IATA: MW | ICAO: MWA | CALLSIGN: MIDWEST | Chicago, IL | 2004

 

(CREDITS TO BOTH AIRPLANO21 AND MEDVIATION FOR THE TEMPLATES.)

 

 

 

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The modern history of Midwest International Airlines can be traced back to 1955, when Chicago-based Midwest Air Services and Detroit-based Pacific Air Transport Corporation merged to form Midwest Pacific Airlines (MPA). 

 

Through the 50s and 60s, MPA grew its pacific network, becoming the biggest US carrier in the pacific by 1962.

 

In 1982, MPA acquired most of the assets of the recently liquidated Pan Atlantic Airways (PAA). This granted MPA PAA's hub in JFK and BOS alongside PAA's slots at various major European airports and its widebody fleet of B747-100s and DC-10-30s. The company's new atlantic network prompted a rebrand, replacing the "Pacific" in its name with "International".

 

In the mid 90s, Midwest International Airlines (MPA) and Trans Continental Airlines (TCA) merged to form the, at the time, biggest US airline in terms of fleet and domestic passengers, and third biggest in what international passengers concerned. The newly formed entity adopted the name "MWA", alongside a new livery that combined aspects of those of its predecessors (MPA's grey fuselage and tail design and TCA's red cheatline, albeit modernized).

 

 

By 2004, the company was in the process of retiring several aging types from its fleet. The Boeing 727-200ADVs, all non ADV 737-200s, the remaining DC-9-10s, and the infamous within the airline-MD-11 were the types removed from the fleet by the end of that year. Although MWA's MD-11s weren't that old, by that time having an average age of 8.7 years, their operating economics, an excellent offer from Boeing for its 777-200ER stemmed from the MD-11s early failure to reach its promised performance targets and the MD-11's great resale value as a freighter meant that an early retirement was a more economically sound decision.

 

By 2004, MWA maintained hubs at ORD, DTW, BOS, MSP, DEN, JFK, LAX, PDX, and overseas hubs at AMS and NRT. All regional planes operating under the NWAEXPRESS banner were operated by Vermilion Airlines in a franchise agreement.

 

MWA had at the time a bi-monthly in-flight magazine called MWAGlobalConnect, which included several pages detailing all planes that were part of the MWA ecosystem. These are modern recreations of how these fleet pamphlet-like pages looked like in 2003.

 

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GROUP A | Canada Air | CA | CAN | DOMINION | Vancouver, BC | 2020

 

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Canada Air is one of the largest carriers in Canada, and was previously the national airline of Canada before being privatized at the end of the Cold War. It was originally founded by the Parliament of Canada as the Royal Dominion Airways Corporation (R-D-A-C or Rodac) in 1939 to provide air service between Britain and its Far East and Caribbean colonies after the more direct Europe-Africa-Asia routes were affected due to the outbreak of World War II. After the start of the Pacific War in 1941, it ceased operations until peace was declared. Through the 1950s and 1960s, it expanded rapidly and gained a reputation for its glamorous passengers and luxurious in-flight service, first focusing on its South American and European destinations served by its hubs in Toronto and Montreal, and Asian destinations by its headquarters in Vancouver. On July 1st, 1967, R-D-A-C was officially renamed to Canada Air to coincide with the nation's centenary, as well as due to a joint venture between R-D-A-C and fellow crown corporation and major supplier of airframes, Canadair.

 

By the start of the twenty-first century, the only Canadair left in service was the CL-415 Flying Boat, and Canada Air was seeing increased competition from smaller regional and low-cost carriers such as CanJet, Cascade, and Air Laurentian. After privatization and downsizing in the late '90s and early '00s, morale was low and one of the factors was the rebranding the company did in the early 2000s. The traditional livery of Canada Air's All-Boeing mainline fleet was always a burgundy cheatline and matching hockey stick paint scheme, affectionately called the 'The Red and Grey' by older pilots. By 2000, it was replaced on all aircraft by a garish bright red and black livery, derided by the older pilots. Even after additional growth in the mid to late 2010s, the livery remained the new and much-maligned variant. Though rumours circulate to this day, Canada Air corporate has no plans to change the livery, which is one of the last in the world to feature a cheatline, still practiced due to tradition.

 

Canada Air’s self-identity is largely formed by its golden age, between the introduction of the Lockheed L-1649 Starliner Super Constellation and the end of the Cold War, and there still remains a large contingent of both employees and customers who want Canada Air to bring back it’s old livery.

 

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By Q4 of 2020, Canada Air's active fleet consists of the following;

 

CANADA AIR MAINLINE

 

18x Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner

10x Boeing 787-10 Super Dreamliner

21x Boeing 777-200ER [50 total on order, further delivery paused, being phased out with 787-10 by 2030]

33x Boeing 767-200ER [Being phased out with 787-8, circa 2012-2025]

12x Boeing 757-200 [Being phased out with 737 MAX 10, mid-2020s]

110x Boeing 737-600 [Being phased out with 737 MAX 7, circa 2025-2030]

 

CANADA AIR CONNECT

 

91x Bombardier CRJ-700 [Being phased out with Embraer EMB-175, starting 2021]

26x Canadair CL-415 Flying Boats

 

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Lady Lansdowne (CF-TOD), pictured here in her pre-2000 livery, had a long career operating out of Montreal on Canada Air's European routes. In 2000, she witnessed the crash of the Concorde in Paris from her gate in Terminal 2 at Charles De Gaulle Airport. A year later, she was one of the planes diverted to Gander during 9/11. She was retired in 2007 and scrapped a year later, replaced by a modern 777-200ER, which remains in service.

 

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Lady Clarkson (C-GWSJ) is one of Canada Air's 737-600's, entering service in 2002, and seen here in Canada Air's current and controversial livery. Lady Clarkson continues to fly twice daily between Victoria International Airport (CYYJ) and Toronto Pearson (CYYZ) as Dominion 131 and Dominion 132, respectively. She is slated for retirement in 2024.

 

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Lady Elizabeth (C-FRTW) was the first 787-10 delivered to Canada Air, and it currently operates on the Vancouver-Tokyo route. She's noted for the spelling error of her nameplate that she received at the Boeing Paint Shop before her delivery, and has caused some friction between Boeing and Canada Air, though her crews have pushed back on fixing the mistake, seeing it as endearing.  


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Group 1 | IslandsAir | IATA: IL | ICAO: ISD | Callsign: Flora | Saint Thomas STT/ Saint Croix STX | 2023

Group 2 | Ranger | IATA: RX | ICAO: RNG | Callsign: Cowboy | Austin AUS | 2023

Group 3 | TempestAir | IATA: YA | ICAO: TMP | Callsign: Tempest | Austin AUS | 2023

Group 4 | Arctic Air Cargo | IATA: 3A | ICAO: AAX | Callsign: Glacier | Kangerlussuaq SFJ | 2023



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Pacific Northwest Airlines (Cat. 1) PN/PNW/PACIFIC NORTHWEST/KPDX/2023

Pacific Northwest Airlines was founded in Portland in 1971, flying an initial network that connected Portland PDX, Seattle SEA, and San Francisco SFO together. These three cities currently make up PNW's three primary hubs. Business statistics database Sirion reports that, in 2022, SEA was the largest; SFO came second; and PDX came third, despite PDX being their main hub (with PNW holding a 63% market share). 

In 1980, PNW established a wholly-owned subsidiary called Rainier Airways, which operated regional airliners for PNW. Over the years, this has included the Embraer ERJ, EMB-120, and E175, as well as the DeHavilland Canada DHC-8-300 and -400. 

PNW flew their inaugural flight on 22 May, 1971, as Pacific Northwest flight 102, on a Douglas DC-9-32. The plane flew a route from PDX-SEA-SFO-PDX on that day. PNW continued to expand in a relatively rapid fashion throughout the '70s and '80s, although expansion was greatly hindered by gasoline shortages as a result of the Gulf War. By 1985, PNW was the tenth largest airline in the United States. 

Expansion of PNW slowed into the '90s, and expansion slowed even further after the September 11th attacks on America and the subsequent crash in air travel demand. This crash in air travel demand marked the first and only time that PNW had to apply for bankruptcy protection. Fortunately, PNW managed to find several new shareholders, and they managed to stay aloft. 

In 2010, PNW launched a seaplane subsidiary known as Puget Sound Airlines in Seattle. Puget Sound flies DHC-6s and DHC-8s to areas around the Puget Sound, including Seattle, Friday Harbor, Victoria, Vancouver, and other locations as well. This coincided with PNW launching a vacations program, where they offered bundled vacation deals - transportation and lodging - in exchange for cheaper fares for those who selected these packages. This led to PNW establishing a partnership with Milner Hotels, and also a codeshare with Japan Pacific Airlines. 

The 2010s were an era that PNW was again able to prosper within, and they became America's fifth largest airline by 2019. During the 2010s, PNW opened tertiary hubs in Denver, Sacramento, Spokane, Santa Ana, San Jose, Eugene, Medford, Redmond, and Salem. This complimented the addition of Spokane and Minneapolis as secondary hubs. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic struck, and PNW was forced to furlough hundreds of employees and cancel as many flights. 

In the post-pandemic era, PNW has rebuilt from what they lost during the pandemic and is eyeing addition expansion. Additionally, they have launched a climate initiative program, with the ambitious goal of being zero-emissions by 2040. As a part of this program, PNW became the first airline in the world to eliminate single-use disposable plastic from their operations, opting for biodegradable alternatives.
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