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#1
Hi! I have some free time recently so I would like to do some help. Since I know nothing about programming, I can only offer you some more data.

This is CAAC, the predecessor of Air China. It played an important role in Chinese aviation history.

And China Northwest Airlines...


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.xls   China Northwest Airlines.xls (Size: 22.5 KB / Downloads: 5)
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#2
AIR KENYA

</airport>
   <airport name="Mulika Lodge Airport" icao="HKMK" iata="JJM" type="Domestic" season="All_Year">
    <town town="Meru County" country="146" GMT="03:00:00" DST="03:00:00" />
    <coordinates>
      <latitude value="0°9'54''N" />
      <longitude value="38°11'42''E" />
    </coordinates>
    <size value="Smallest" pax="48" cargo="Smallest" cargovolume="0" />
    <terminals>
      <terminal name="Terminal" gates="5" />
    </terminals>
    <runways>
      <runway name="01/19" length="1000" surface="Asphalt" />
      <runway name="11/29" length="310" surface="Dirt" />
    </runways>


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#3
Cool and I will take a look at it :-)
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#4
I just have read about a new hypersound airliner to get into service within the next years.

https://boomsupersonic.com/airlines/

Seems to me a good addition to our manufacturers.

2700 kmp/h, but only 55 seats, built to fly intercontinental... but it looks  Cool
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#5
I doubt it will ever be succesfull. The problem with supersonic aircrafts is the fact that they can't fly overland at super sonic speeds. This because of the sonicboom that is created. 
Although it could be used for oversees flights. But I don't think that carrying 55 passengers over such distance could ever be profitable.

nnick
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#6
Hi!
 I have get some new information again!

Name: Flash Airlines
Introduction: Flash Airlines was a private charter airline operating out of Cairo, Egypt that was part of the Flash Group tourism company.
IATA: 7K   ICAO: FSH  Callsign: FLASH
Operations: 1995-Mar.2004
Fleet size:
       SU-ZCE/SU-ZCF/SU-ZCD (Boeing 733)
       SU-ZCC (A312)
       SU-ZCA (MD83)
HUB: SSH

Name: China Xinjiang Airlines
IATA: XO ICAO: CXJ Callsign: XINJIANG
Introduction: China Xinjiang Airlines (中国新疆航空公司) was a Chinese airline owned by CAAC. It had its headquarters on the property of Diwopu International Airport in Urumqi. In 2003, the airline was acquired by China Southern Airlines.
Operation time: 1985-2003
HUBS: URC     CZX
Fleet:
   ATR-72
[*]   Boeing 737-700
[*]   Boeing 757-200
[*]   Ilyushin Il-86
   DHC-6
[*]   Tupolev Tu-154

Name: Air Guilin
Introduction: Air Guilin(桂林航空) is a Chinese airline based at Guilin Liangjiang International Airport in Guangxi. It was found by the Guilin Municipal Government and HNA Group. The airline began operations in June 2016 using Airbus A319. It intends to boost the tourism industry in Guilin.
Founded: 25 June 2016
IATA: GT        ICAO: CGH Callsign: WELKIN
HUB: KWL
Fleet:
  A319*3


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(06-23-2017, 06:45 AM)nnick Wrote: I doubt it will ever be succesfull. The problem with supersonic aircrafts is the fact that they can't fly overland at super sonic speeds. This because of the sonicboom that is created. 
Although it could be used for oversees flights. But I don't think that carrying 55 passengers over such distance could ever be profitable.

nnick

It is planned for transocean flights. A ticket from Paris to New York e.g. shouild be around 3500 $... And if you see all the decadent football or other sport pros, I am sure it can work out.

As the article I read sais, there are more than 70 orders fixed yet (76) and the first of several customers is Virgin Atlantic...
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#8
I have added the 3 airlines as well as the XB-1 Baby Boom. The supersonic plane will be delivered from 2020, and I have used the information I have been able to find online
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(06-26-2017, 08:15 AM)pjank42 Wrote: I have added the 3 airlines as well as the XB-1 Baby Boom. The supersonic plane will be delivered from 2020, and I have used the information I have been able to find online

Cool Smile
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#10
Hi, I have find a bug here. When I choose CAAC in 1985 and apply for slots, the logo is Air China and I cannot use PEK as a hub to buy aircrafts. Also, for some how, it seems that Air China is still available since 1949 but it was supposed to be a part of the CAAC then (if my information is correct). Would you please have a look at it sometimes?
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