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N664US

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In Topic: [Denied] P&C Group Holdings

12 February 2019 - 04:28 PM

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Dear P&C Group Holdings,

 

I regret to inform you that your application failed in a vote by our members. You may apply again when this application is no longer visible in this forum, after fourteen days.

 

If you have any questions about this admissions decision, feel free to PM me.

 

We hope to see you applying again in the near future.

 

Sincerely,

 

N664US

CEO of Unitedwings

 

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In Topic: Interational Airport Redesign

14 January 2019 - 04:21 AM

Do y'all remember when the Avion Airport Replay Discord was still active? 


In Topic: Aircraft Manufacturer Roleplay 4

11 January 2019 - 01:59 AM

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Fisher Aircraft is a relatively new entrant to the American aviation industry, based in Hartford, Connecticut near industry giants Pratt & Whitney and United Technologies (UTC). Its main base of operations located at Bradley International Airport (BDL) in Windsor Locks, CT.

 

Fisher began in 1986 in Windsor Locks as an FBO for Bradley under the name of "Fisher Flight Support," servicing corporate jets and charter flights which operated from the airport. In 1991, a small maintenance base was added for Learjets and Challenger business jets in partnership with Bombardier, which had acquired Learjet the year prior. In 1994, Fisher upgraded to become a Bombardier service center with full maintenance and repair services, leading to the renaming to "Fisher Aircraft Services & Maintenance." Over the coming years, Fisher expanded maintenance operations to include aircraft engines and avionics. 

 

In 2008, Fisher made its leap into aviation manufacturing, purchasing the bankrupt very-light-jet manufacturer Echelon Aerospace from New Haven, CT (HVN) and transferring their operations 50 miles north to Bradley. As a result, the Echelon 100 jet was renamed to the Fisher Ultimate 100 and Fisher was renamed again to "Fisher Aircraft Manufacturing," which ultimately led to the termination of maintenance services with Bombardier. Most recently, Fisher focused on upgrading, upselling, and enhancing the Ultimate 100, with modest deliveries beginning in 2011 and onwards after the effects of the Recession fell off. As of 2014, the Fisher Ultimate 200, a re-engined and upgraded version of the Ultimate 100, is offered for sale. 

 

Today, however, a brand-new factory for a new aircraft line is being constructed at Bradley, at 650,000 square feet. An additional facility for aircraft production in Massachusetts, Connecticut, or New York is currently being studied. Fisher plans to release a new 80-100 seat regional jet concept, dubbed the "Regional Jet of the Future," shortly. Specifications, however, are unknown at this time.


In Topic: A New Chapter.

10 January 2019 - 10:53 PM

To all posting in this announcement:

 

Announcements are not forums for conversation, nor are they opportunities for bland remarks or general back-and-forths. As much as I encourage open discussions, your conversations are not pertinent to the topic at hand.

 

To prevent further wayward speech, this topic will be locked. Feel free to continue your bickering in PMs to one another or in some other space.

 

Cheers,

N664US


In Topic: [Approved] AussieHopper Airlines

04 January 2019 - 05:05 AM

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Dear LukeSmith,

 

Congratulations, AussieHopper's application has been approved. Please join our Discord to learn more about UW membership and to begin your journey with Unitedwings. You may find an invitation in your PM mailbox.

 

Sincerely,

 

N664US

CEO of Unitedwings

 

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