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Atlas Virtual Airlines is back!

Postby mischka » Tue Jan 27, 2015 11:08 am

Some of you may remember Atlas Virtual Airlines: it was founded in 2010 after a merger of various small airlines in the flightgear community, and until it closed in 2013 it was one of the main VA's for flightgear.

Atlas Virtual Airlines is proud to announce its comeback after two years being offline! With a fleet of 13 aircraft, more than 230 destinations worldwide and over 1300 flight schedules, we are back in the virtual aviation business. Whether you fly props or jets, whether you are new to flight simulators or a seasoned pilot, you are welcome at the new Atlas, no matter which flight simulator you use. It's our goal to continually improve atlas virtual airlines as a place where you can give a purpose to your flying, meet other pilots, learn something new but, most of all, have fun doing so! The new Atlas has been founded by former Atlas members, and we have the permission of those who created the logo and liveries to use these images.

In a nutshell, here's why you should join Atlas Virtual Airlines

    More than 230 airports around the world, some of which are the most challenging in the world.
    Our hubs are Frankfurt/Main (EDDF), Indianapolis (KIND), Singapore (WSSS), Bogota (SKBO) and Luanda (FNLU)
    Our fleet of 13 different aircraft ranges from the 19-seater Beechcraft and DHC6 props to the "queen of the skies": the Boeing 747.
    Our ranking system is based on flight time and experience points. You earn points for smooth landings, flying on time, etc, and the more points you have the higher your rank. This is a unique feature you will only find at Atlas and European Virtual Airlines (see signature)
    We have over 1300 scheduled flights per day, so you can choose from several flights at any given time.
    With our unique charter system you, the pilot, get to choose what you transport, where to, and when. Again, our charter system is exclusive to Atlas and European.
    AVA is open to everyone: whether you fly props or heavies, vatsim or ivao, and regardless what simulator you use, you are welcome at EVA.
    Our forum is fully integrated in the website, and there is no separate account needed thanks to our special one-click login system.
    Chat live with other pilots on the fully integrated chatbox - no IRC needed, no separate logon either
    All the info you need to fly is collected on a single flight briefing page: airport charts, weather information, route planner, checklists and a fuel calculator.
    Find scheduled flights quick and easy, straight from your pilot center. We also have a page where flights are listed by airport.
    In our picture gallery you can see screenshots of other pilots and upload your own!

Come and have a look at the new website of Atlas Virtual Airlines. I'm looking forward to seeing you online!
Do you fly a lot in Europe? Have a look at European Virtual Airlines
Or do you fly all over the planet? Then have a look at Atlas Virtual Airlines
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Re: Atlas Virtual Airlines is back!

Postby clrCoda » Sat Jan 31, 2015 12:31 pm

It's not back. This is new.

If I change my name I'm still me. If you change your name to my old name, what does that make you? A wannabe.

And between the two of us, that's who I'd want to be, Me.

Best of luck tho. Thanks for the tribute! Much appreciated.

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