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I would like to fly for a really good Virtual Airline, I Know some of then, for example, belong to the real one, such United Virtual or Austrian Virtual, but, United virtual has a poor website and Austrian a dead forum, Ive heard some good things about Flying Tigers Group, what do you think?

Frederik Guest

I don't know much about United or Austrian, in FTG there are a buch of Virtual Airlines to choose, you may find your favorite there, if not take a look at this:
https://flyawaysimulation.com/news/299/

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

Have a look through this post https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/38/list-of-vas/

I'd probably recommend www.deltava.org as its very professional and good fun Wink

Guest Guest

You can try Austrian Virtual we have a very nice PIREP program, and the best of all, we're supported by the real Austrian Airlines.

Dave J. Guest

Guest wrote:

You can try Austrian Virtual we have a very nice PIREP program, and the best of all, we're supported by the real Austrian Airlines.

I tried AVA a while ago (Austrian Virtual Airlines) and I do not want to say this but I jumped out there, as said they not only have dead forums but sometimes very rude people arround, they even discriminate the non german speaking people and very dead website. Now I fly for Virtual Pilots Association VPA (www.virtualpilotsasociation.org) you can fly ANY airline, ANY airplane, General aviation and they have an active and friendly forum.

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PanAmerican Captain

Family Virtual Airlines is just getting started (Chief Pilot is still available):
http://www.freewebs.com/familyvirtualairlines
Also our Partner Airline:
http://www.globalstar.cjb.net/

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

I'd recommend either Pacific Airways http://pacific.flyafa.com or American Flight Airways http://flyafa.com.

They have interesting routes, including codeshare. They have charter flights available. Their fleet is good and varied. Their forums are active and the people are extremely friendly. Their Pirep system is easy to use. They encourage online flying on Vatsim but it is not required.

Most importantly, they have been around for quite a while and are likely to continue to be for many more years.

F. Bauer Guest

Dave J. wrote:

Guest wrote:

You can try Austrian Virtual we have a very nice PIREP program, and the best of all, we're supported by the real Austrian Airlines.

I tried AVA a while ago (Austrian Virtual Airlines) and I do not want to say this but I jumped out there, as said they not only have dead forums but sometimes very rude people arround, they even discriminate the non german speaking people and very dead website. Now I fly for Virtual Pilots Association VPA (www.virtualpilotsasociation.org) you can fly ANY airline, ANY airplane, General aviation and they have an active and friendly forum.

Totally agree, the real Austrian Airlines is a great airline, one of the best in Europe, they don't deserve to be virtually represented for such AVA.

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