KJFK HUB

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KJFK HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Sun Oct 04, 2009 7:26

New-York: The KJFK HUB is open.

We will start with two B737-700, two B737-800 and one B767-300:
N10BS (Beckie Scott)
N20LF (Laurence Fishburne)
N11JK (James Kiberd)
N21JC (Jane Curtin)
N12TL (Téa Leoni)

Many more flights with all other Air-Child aircrafts like the F100, A320, A321, ATR72 and so on, will come. But first we want to open the South America and Asia HUB. So please stand by.

Have fun flying in North America
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Post by Daniel Novotny » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:00

Thanks!
You made my day :D :D :D
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Post by Matej Sagmeister » Sun Oct 04, 2009 11:22

Cool Thanks to all the people who make that happen :hi:
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Post by Tobias Niederhauser » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:24

Great! But US registered aircrafts usually don't have a dash between the N and the rest of the registration as far as I know ;)

cheers,
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Post by Norbert Woeller » Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:37

Tobias Niederhauser wrote:But US registered aircrafts usually don't have a dash between the N and the rest of the registration as far as I know ;)
Ups, you are right. Asche über meine Haupt (Can't translate that ;) ) Will correct it!
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Post by Pedro Contreras » Wed Oct 07, 2009 15:26

Perfect!

Vamonos a Mexico!!!

Saludos. Amigos

ACH0177
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Re: KJFK HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Sun Jan 10, 2010 0:56

New-York: First A320, N10SS (Sully Sullenberger) is ready for TakeOff.

It's the first time we not have named a plane after UNICEF ambassadors, authors of children’s books and characters taken from such books, or Beta Testers.
This plane is named after a great pilot. This pilot has saved the life of 155 people.
Have a look at flight ACH3554, KLGA-KCLT. Departure Time is 20:25 UTC (same as flight 1549 from the 15.01.2009) Hopefully you will find your way to Charlotte, and you don't have to water at the Hudson River.
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Re: KJFK HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Wed Jan 20, 2010 16:32

New-York: Second A320, N02AH (Alain Hubert), is ready for TakeOff
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Post by Peter Schindler » Wed Jan 20, 2010 17:19

Alain Hubert - the climber? How cool is that?! 8)
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Post by Tomasz Wydrzynski » Wed Jan 20, 2010 18:19

"Polar Explorer" and all routes above 60N :lol:
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Post by Norbert Woeller » Tue Jan 26, 2010 19:04

New-York: First A321, N01AR (Axelle Red) is ready for TakeOff
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Re: KJFK HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Mon Feb 01, 2010 14:30

New-York: First F100, N01CO (Corneille) is ready for TakeOff
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Post by Murray Wheten » Wed May 12, 2010 21:42

Hi Folks!

I just joined today and went looking for a flight out of my HUB - KJFK. I did not find any (KJFK). I assume that is because there are no flights available to me as a "student" in North America (using the ATR-7 or the Dash-7). Is that true?

If that is true, will there be any flights added soon for students using those aircraft? I joined ACH thinking there were. I could "Charter" a flight I suppose, but I'm not that interested in that feature.

Thanks!

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Re: KJFK HUB

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Post by Norbert Woeller » Thu May 13, 2010 8:48

Murray, first of all: WELCOME TO AIR-CHILD

You can`t find a ATR or DASH, because we don`t have any at KJFK. That`s one thing on my ToDo list.

But now one of our philosophy here at Air-Child: Air-Child is and will be made by it`s members. We have allways open ears and eyes. So please tell me your favorite destinations (one will be Halifax, I`m shur ;) ) and it will be my plesure to add a ATR or DASH or both to KJFK.

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Re: KJFK HUB

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Post by Murray Wheten » Thu May 13, 2010 14:40

Hi Norbert!

I don't have any prefered routes out of KJFK in the ATR or DASH 7. It's just that as a "student" that is all I am allowed to fly (as you know). I realize you are based in Europe, and there are MANY great routes from/to locations there, so I suppose I am in the minority.

If you like, I could start work on some routes from/to KJFK. Could you give me some parameters to work with such as maximum distances for each airframe?

Halifax would be great to have as a destination. But, in the real world, no airline presently fly's to Halifax from New York in an ATR or Dash 7. American, Delta, United, Air Canada, and Continental have flights to and from Halifax and New York, but in Jets like the Embraer RJ135 and such.

Now, I realize that Air-Child is not a 'reality based" VA, but, I think it would be good to follow the "model" of a real airline in principle... if the "real" guys don't do it, there must be a good reason.

Just some thoughts I have. Please don't read anything into my comments (ever). I think Air-Child is a VERY well run VA. That's why I joined!

Anyway, let me know if you would like me to do some research, and then send you some route ideas for the KJFK Hub!

Thanks Norbert!

Murray
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