Poll - New HUB

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Poll ended at Tue Sep 30, 2014 22:10

OMDB
11
38%
PANC
2
7%
KSFO
10
34%
SKBO
2
7%
KLAX
0
No votes
KSEA
3
10%
KBNA
1
3%
 
Total votes: 29

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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Frank Kunath » Tue Sep 30, 2014 10:31

Guys, the last chance to vote today....
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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Wed Oct 01, 2014 22:08

...and the winner is: OMDB :flowers:

but KSFO will be not the loser. Because of the scarce decision, we will open both HUB's

As OMDB is the winner the procedure will be as follows:
First we will add two planes to the OMDB HUB, then one for the KSFO HUB, then two for the OMDB HUB, then one for the KSFO HUB... and so on.

I hope you will like our desicon.

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Post by Stefano Amatore » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:39

Beautiful!!!! great! ;)
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Post by Antonio Sessa » Thu Oct 02, 2014 15:57

Great HUB!!!
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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Barthe Hogenboom » Thu Oct 02, 2014 17:44

KSFO is a nice addition. I think KSEA makes a good chance in the next voting round, whenever that will be. OMDB isn't really my thing but I congratulate the pilots that voted for it.

I sometimes visit KSFO but I never understood why so many accidents happen there. You would think sea related fog but the visibility is always good when these things happen. If it was wind coming from the sea planes would constantly drop from the sky here at EHAM, but they don't.

Now the only thing that disappoints me is the number of voters; it only represents the pilots active at the forum. I understand we have a large collection of "sleepers" but I can see there are many active pilots. There should be a way to reach them because it involves their HUBs.

I think next round we should have a big "We want you to vote" picture at the right top side of the site.
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Post by Stefano Amatore » Thu Oct 02, 2014 18:05

Barthe Hogenboom wrote:Now the only thing that disappoints me is the number of voters; it only represents the pilots active at the forum. I understand we have a large collection of "sleepers" but I can see there are many active pilots. There should be a way to reach them because it involves their HUBs.

I think next round we should have a big "We want you to vote" picture at the right top side of the site.
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Post by Frank Kunath » Thu Oct 02, 2014 19:48

And we would like to get the B777-300ER in Fleet for the new Hub's please :oops:
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Post by Norbert Woeller » Thu Oct 02, 2014 20:27

Frank Kunath wrote:And we would like to get the B777-300ER in Fleet for the new Hub's please :oops:
No problem. And if you all want any preferred destinations for our new HUB's, let me know.

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Post by Barthe Hogenboom » Fri Oct 03, 2014 15:56

And if you all want any preferred destinations for our new HUB's, let me know.
Ehrm,KSFO-KSEA and back, or is that cheating? ;) Seems like a normal flight for B737 types and A320. See this flightaware link.

@Norbert: A bit off topic but could you have a look at some strange flights in the database? I sometimes stumble across very short uneconomic flights for large aircraft, especially in the USA. Typical flights that a company like Southwest or Delta would do with B737. But we do them with B747. The only explanation I would have is that they're training flights. But training flights aren't scheduled passenger flights.
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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Frank Kunath » Fri Oct 03, 2014 16:36

For OMDB:

VHHH
WSSS
ZSPD
VIDP
YMML
VTBS
LSZH
UUDD
FSIA

if you need help let me know it
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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Morten Grandt » Sun Oct 05, 2014 10:15

Hi All,

Perhaps we should also add destinations from OMDB in the Middle East and some on the way to Central Europe, e.g.:

- HECA
- OEDF
- OERK
- OIII
- OJAI
- OKBK
- OLBA
- ORBI
- OSDI
- OTHH

- LTBA
- LGAV

I am not sure but some citypairs could be already available.

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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Sun Oct 05, 2014 15:52

Barthe Hogenboom wrote:@Norbert: A bit off topic but could you have a look at some strange flights in the database? I sometimes stumble across very short uneconomic flights for large aircraft, especially in the USA. Typical flights that a company like Southwest or Delta would do with B737. But we do them with B747. The only explanation I would have is that they're training flights. But training flights aren't scheduled passenger flights.
Hello Barthe,

This flights are conecting flights like some real airlines are doing. For e.g. some asian airlines are operating to London with a stopp at Frankfurt.
And my intention to add those flights to the schedule are, that not everyone has the time to fly long routes with heavy aircrafts. So it's possible to do a short trip with a heavy too.

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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Barthe Hogenboom » Sun Oct 05, 2014 18:52

This flights are conecting flights like some real airlines are doing. For e.g. some asian airlines are operating to London with a stopp at Frankfurt.
Ah, OK. Like large ocean liners did in the past; pick up some extra passengers before making the big crossing.
And my intention to add those flights to the schedule are, that not everyone has the time to fly long routes with heavy aircrafts. So it's possible to do a short trip with a heavy too.
Yes, I understand. This is a kind of trade-off we make between realism and being more user-friendly than a lot of very strict VAs. I do agree with that policy.

Thanks for the info Norbert.
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Re: Poll - New HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Sun Oct 05, 2014 21:12

Barthe Hogenboom wrote:This is a kind of trade-off we make between realism and being more user-friendly than a lot of very strict VAs.
Yes, that's it Barthe.

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