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AJ787-9

Member Since 07 Sep 2009
Offline Last Active Aug 06 2020 04:11 AM

In Topic: Air New Zealand SYD-AKL Business Class

24 January 2019 - 11:40 PM

I would, though I feel like I need to take more photos if I were to post on A.net

In Topic: Southeast Asia and Oceania Design Competition 2018

27 July 2018 - 04:37 AM

Name - Solint - Solomons International

Country of Origin - Solomon Islands

ICAO - SLI

IATA - SI

Callsign - SOLOMONS

Current Fleet - Airbus A220-300 and Viking Air DHC-6 Twin Otter

 

Solomons International (widely known by its shortened form: Solint) is a full-service airline based in Honiara. Founded in 1985 as a collaboration between local business interests, the Government and Tasman, it serves as the Flag Carrier and major gateway to the Solomon Islands. With its fleet of DHC-6 Twin Otters, it connects the Capital with 35 communities across all 9 provinces in the country, while the newly acquired fleet of Airbus A220-300s from Tasman connects the country to destinations in New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific Islands, even as far as Tokyo and (potentially) Honolulu.

 

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In Topic: The Airbus A200

27 April 2018 - 09:11 AM

Too bad :( I like the C-Series name. What's next, the Boeing 6X6 family (Embraer E-Jets E2)?

Wall Street Journal reported in December that Boeing entered into talks to take over Embraer; last I read the Brazilian government needs to sign off on the agreement.


In Topic: What's the biggest monopoly you've had?

26 February 2018 - 12:21 AM

I was the only airline out of the Ivory Coast on an earlier round in R1 (or 0, this was a few years ago), on the last Rδ round I dominated NZ with only a small bit of competition domestically (the closest rival was a "kiwi" airline, based in Aussie). Currently I've got the run of Italy in R1 as Alpini; It's practically small players and regional hubs from non-Italian carriers.