MAE ripoff, but better

ah, the ideal simulation

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probably not for the last time

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Yes makes sense
So the implementation of the bank is :poop:

I’ll remove it I guess
also its a pain in the a$$ to maintain

Venezuela, as KGJT said

Nah
I did it

hmmm

All Indian Railways Train Types

TIER 1 Services

  1. Vande Bharat

  1. Rajdhani

TIER 2 Services

  1. CityJet

  1. NightJet

  1. TwinJet

TIER 3 Service

  1. InterCity

TIER 4 Service

  1. Garib Rath

that blue twin jet one is nice

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Thanks :slight_smile:

orange has decided to order 25 Boeing 757-200’s, 5 Boeing 757-300’s and 10 Boeing 737MAX-7’s.

Welcome to Orange!
Orange is a Premium Luxury carrier from Bengaluru, India. We aim at providing our customers with the best service, both in the air and on the ground.
The lounges that we operate are named SWARGA.
We operate a fleet of Boeing 737MAX-7’s, Boeing 737-800’s and 737MAX-8’s, Boeing 737-900ER’s, Boeing737MAX-9’s, Boeing 757-200 and 757-300, Boeing 777-300ER’s, Boeing 787-9’s and Boeing 787-10’s . ATR72-600’s and A220-300’s, are operated by Lime.
The planes are painted completely orange with the logo on the windows. The tail section has alternating orange strips (the 2 orange shades on our logo) and each plane has a name, written under the cockpit windows. The plane model is written under the name. An Indian flag is displayed between the front door and cockpit windows. The “Amar Jawan Jyoti” is displayed on each door.

Our boarding music.

Our First Class offering is called Valencia, Business Class offering is called Mandarin, Premium Economy is called Tangerine and Economy is called Lima.

Cabin configuration details :
Cabin config on our ATR72-600’s :
Rows 1-18 → Lima, in 2-2 layout.

Seat config on our A220-300’s:
Rows 1,2,3,10,11 → Tangerine, in 1-2 layout
Rows 12-32 → Lima in 2-3 layout

Cabin config on our 737MAX-7s (Planned) :
Rows 1-3 → Mandarin in 2-2 layout
Rows 2-8 → Valencia in 3-3 layout
Rows 9-30 → Lima in 3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 737-800’s :
Rows 1-3 → Mandarin, in 2-2 layout
Rows 4-7 → Tangerine, in 3-3 layout"
Rows 8-31 → Lima, in 3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 737MAX-8’s :
Rows 1-3 → Mandarin, in 2-2 layout
Rows 4-7 → Tangerine, in 3-3 layout
Rows 8-31 → Lima, in 3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 737-900ER’s :
Rows 1-4 → Mandarin, in 1-1 config. Lie flat seats with 180 degree recline.
Rows 5-9 → Tangerine, in 3-3 layout
Rows 10-44–> Lima in 3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 737MAX-9’s :
Rows 1-4 → Mandarin, in 1-1 config. Lie flat seats with 180 degree recline.
Rows 5-9 → Tangerine, in 3-3 layout
Rows 10-44–> Lima in 3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 757-200’s (Planned) :
Rows 1-5 → Mandarin, in 1-1 layout
Rows 6-14 → Tangerine in 3-3 layout
Rows 14-40 → Lima in 3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 757-300’s (Planned) :
Rows 1-7 → Mandarin, in 1-1 layout
Rows 8-15 → Tangerine in 3-3 layout
Rows 16-40 → Lima in 3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 777-300ER’s :
Rows 1-5 → Valencia Suites, in 1-2-1 layout
Rows 6-17 → Mandarin, in 1-2-1 staggered layout
Rows 17-22 → Tangerine, in 2-3-2 layout
Rows 22-42 → Lima, in 3-4-3 layout

Cabin config on our 787-9’s (config 1) :
Rows 1 to 8 → Mandarin, in 1-2-1 staggered layout
Rows 9 to 15 → Tangerine, in 2-3-2 layout
Rows 16 to 38 → Lima, in 3-3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 787-9’s (config-2) :
Rows 1-4 → Valencia Suites, in 1-2-1 layout
Rows 5-14 → Mandarin, in 1-2-1 staggered layout
Rows 14-17 → Tangerine, in 2-3-2 layout
Rows 17-37 → Lima, in 3-3-3 layout

Cabin config on our 787-10’s :
Rows 1-4 → Valencia Suites, in 1-2-1 layout
Rows 5-17 → Mandarin, in 1-2-1 staggered layout
Rows 17-20 → Tangerine, in 2-3-2 layout
Rows 20-40 → Lima, in 3-3-3 layout

Seat’s :
Each seat has a personal entertainment screen, with the size as prescribed by the seat makers. The system is called Orange Play.

ATR72-600

  1. Lima - Recaro SL3510

A220-300

  1. Tangerine - Recaro CL3710
  2. Lima - Recaro SL3510

737MAX-7

  1. Mandarin - Stelia ELYSIUM
  2. Tangerine - Recaro PL3530
  3. Lima - Recaro CL3710

737-800/737MAX-8

  1. Mandarin - Stelia ELYSIUM
  2. Tangerine - Recaro PL3530
  3. Lima - Recaro CL3710

737-900ER/737MAX-9

  1. Mandarin - Stelia OPERA
  2. Tangerine - Safran Z400
  3. Lime - Recaro CL3710

757-200

  1. Mandarin - Stelia OPERA
  2. Tangerine - Safran Z400
  3. Lime - Recaro CL3710

757-300

  1. Mandarin - Stelia OPERA
  2. Tangerine - Safran Z400
  3. Lime - Recaro CL3710

777-300ER

  1. Valencia - Stelia FIRST CLASS BESPOKE
  2. Mandarin - Stelia SOLSTYS III (Solstys seats on orange have closing doors)
  3. Tangerine - Safran Z535i
  4. Lima - Safran Z400

787-9 Config 1

  1. Mandarin - Stelia OPAL
  2. Tangerine - Stelia CELESTE (Celeste seats on orange are a bit downgraded)
  3. Lima - Safran Z110i

787-9 Config-2

  1. Valencia - Stelia FIRST CLASS BESPOKE
  2. Mandarin - Stelia SOLSTYS III (Solstys seats on orange have closing doors)
  3. Tangerine - Stelia CELESTE (Celeste seats on orange are a bit downgraded)
  4. Lima - Safran Z110i

787-10

  1. Valencia - Stelia FIRST CLASS BESPOKE
  2. Mandarin - Stelia SOLSTYS III (Solstys seats on orange have closing doors)
  3. Tangerine - Stelia CELESTE (Celeste seats on orange are a bit downgraded)
  4. Lima - Safran Z110i

At airports, we operate a fleet of Ashok Leyland ULE CNG’s, Tata Marcopolo LF CNG’s,Volvo 8400’s for ferrying passengers, Tata Harrier’s for staff transport, wholly built Ashok Leyland 3120 6X2 Dlta trucks for use as catering trucks operated by Orange Gourmet, stair cars built on modified Tata T6 Ultra chassis, which will be used for 777’s and 787’s.
We have signed a deal with Swissport to use the Citaro buses at our European destinations.
We operate Mercedes Benz E Class Limousine’s as chauffeur cars for Mandarin passengers and 80 Skoda Slavia’s for Lima and Tangerine passengers who are willing to pay for chauffeur services.
To reduce our carbon footprint, we have all our planes installed with the WheelTug® system, reducing the need for tugs at airports. And our 737’s also have inbuilt staris, reducing the need for a stair car.
Orange does not use the jetbridges at airports.
We operate lounges with the name of “SWARGA” at BOM,BLR,DEL and VIE. We use the Platinum lounge at BUD.
We have partnered with the The Phoenix Mills to promote our airline and for onboard services, to add to the premium feel. We also have a new partnership signed with Marriott Hotels which enables our and our partner airlines passengers to stay at their hotels at a discounted price. Another partnership has been signed with TAJ Hotels, Vivanta by TAJ for airline promotion and discounted hotel stays. We have signed a deal with Coffee By Di Bella to add to our on-board menu. All their waffles, cakes, coffees, milkshakes and sundaes will be served on orange flights.
orange will establish Vienna International Airport as it’s European gateway. We’ll build a lounge there and make it a minor hub of our’s. We will also start serving products from The Waffle Mill on board our flights.

To add to that, we have signed codeshare agreements with ÖBB, Austrian Airlines and deals with The Austrian government to get in tourists and business passengers to Austria.

We have also partnered with the Indian Railways for offering extra connectivity to our passengers.
Codeshare agreements have also been signed with Vistara, SpiceJet and Qatar Airways.
We have singed a codeshare agreement with Singapore Airlines

So, orange has finally been accepted into SKYTEAM. We are now a SKYTEAM member and have full access to lounges and routes operated by member airlines.

Links :

Not reading allat

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New HST designed by Citrus Mobility for the NHSRCL HSR corridors which will replace the current Japanese funded HSR corridors (which have almost been dismantled)

It has a design speed of 400kmph and operational speed of 350kmph.

did @ThatOne9WPlen forget about the discord :frowning_with_open_mouth:

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No I didn’t lol

I was spending time with my grandparents so didn’t check discord :sweat_smile:

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Untitled

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lkpkpl

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naise adverts

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thamk

Time you start a real airline ay?

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hmmmm…

I think I’ll make a new airline that I’ll be more detailed on, and would be starting from scratch (Tokyo Air is still here though). Worldwide, the new airline, will be based in Surabaya (Indonesia), with basic backing from Tokyo Air. And we will also set up another branch of our airline, with another AOC in Grand Rapids, US, and in Alicante, Spain, to provide better coverage of tourist, and underserved markets.

For our starting fleet, we will obtain 32 old A320-200s from Tokyo Air (Owned aircraft) and from Aircraft lessors, and 20 A330-300s from Cathay Pacific, Tokyo Air, and Hainan Airlines, for regional and underserved long-haul markets

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Current Hubs:

US

Grand Rapids, MI
Austin, TX
Philadelphia, PA
Boise, ID
Ontario, CA

European

Alicante-Elche, Spain
Sevilla, Spain
Valencia, Spain
Bordeaux, France
Toulouse, France
Porto, Portugal
Faro, Portugal
Stockholm, Sweeden
Birmingham, UK
Manchester, UK
London Gatwick, UK

Indonesia

Surabaya
Denpensar
Jakarta
Bali

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