If you were to own an airline, of what would your fleet consist?

The question is in the title, “if you were to own an airline, what would your fleet consist of?”. You have a maximum of 175 planes listed in your fleet, feel free to post 1 picture of your airline livery. Feel free to list a cargo fleet. Or a cargo/airline fleet. You have a maximum of 50 planes in your cargo fleet. So 225 total.

Below there is a template/example you may follow when listing your fleet.

Airline Fleet:

  • A320neo - 100
  • A321neo - 50
  • 747-8 - 25
    Cargo Fleet:
    -747-8F - 50

[Post Image Of Livery Under The List]

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Skyline Airways

Hub(s):

  • San Francisco Int’l
  • John F. Kennedy (New York City) Int’l
  • Agusto C. Sandino (Managua) Int’l
  • Dubai Int’l
  • London Heathrow Int’l

Airline Fleet (Boeing & Airbus):

  • 787-9 - 75
  • 787-8 - 25
  • A320neo - 75
    Cargo Fleet:
    747-8F - 50

Airline Fleet (Boeing):

  • 787-9 - 50
  • 787-8 - 25
  • 737-800 - 65
  • 737-900 - 35
    Cargo Fleet:
  • 747-8F - 25
  • 777-200F - 25

Airline Fleet (Airbus):

  • A350-900 - 50
  • A321neo - 25
  • A320neo - 100
    Cargo Fleet:
  • A330-200F - 50

Feel free to share! Have fun!

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Mine will be

  • A319
  • A320
  • A321
  • A330
  • A340
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It would depend on the destinations, fuel efficiency etc…

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MaxSez; Super Cubs and Porter’s, I’d contract In the back of the beyond…

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  • A319
  • A320
  • A321neo
  • A330neo
  • B737-7/8/9
  • B747-8i
  • B757
  • B767
  • B777X
  • CS100
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787-8
A319
A320neo
737MAX 8
A380
Concorde (my dreams!)

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Airline Fleet

  • A321neo:25
  • 737-800:25
  • A350-900:25
  • 787-900:25
  • A380-800:75

Cargo

  • A330-200F:10
  • 777-200F:20
  • 747-8F:20

I’ll also have 25 orders for the 737-Max 8 to replace the 737-800 aircraft.

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The year is 1981

Commuter Ops:

30 Beechcraft 99

Regional Ops:

30 NAMC YS-11

Domestic Ops:

90 Boeing 727-200
10 Boeing 737-100
40 Boeing 737-200 (10 Ordered)
0 Boeing 757-200 (50 Ordered)
80 Douglas DC-8-61
40 Douglas DC-9-10
60 Douglas DC-9-30
60 Douglas DC-9-50
10 McDonnell Douglas MD-81 (90 Ordered)

Long Haul:

50 Boeing 707-320C
30 Boeing 747-100
20 Boeing 747-200
10 Douglas DC-8-50
30 Douglas DC-8-62

Freight Ops:

10 Boeing 707-320F
10 Boeing 747-100F
20 Douglas DC-6F
10 Douglas DC-8F-50 Jet Trader

The year is 1961

Commuter Ops:

40 Douglas DC-3

Domestic Ops:

20 Lockheed L-188 Electra
30 Lockheed L-749 Constellation
20 Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle

Long Haul:

25 Boeing 707-120
5 Boeing 707-320 (35 Ordered)
40 Douglas DC-6
30 Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas
20 Douglas DC-8-11
30 Lockheed L-1649 Starliner

Freight:

20 Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair
40 Douglas DC-3
20 Douglas DC-4

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I love the A340!

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Here’s my Airline fleet:

Commercial Fleet:

  • a320 (50 planes)
  • a321 (30 planes)
  • a330 (40 planes)
  • Boeing 757 (15 planes)
  • a350 (35planes)
  • a380 (5 planes)

Cargo Fleet:

  • Boeing 777-200F (25 planes)
  • Boeing 747F (25 planes)
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My fleet:

  • A321: 100
  • A330-300: 20
  • A350-1000: 10
  • Boeing 777X: 20
  • CRJ-700: 50
  • E190: 50
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@Boeing707… Who lov’s ya baby! Regards, Max

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@AnnieCorp_Inc. LOL! MaxSez…I have a Santa Fa Sport Turbo & a Volostra Turbo.
Great cars like great plane reflect a personality

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I have a Santa Fe aswell!

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My fleet would consist of:

B787-9 - 30
B777-9X - 40
B777-300ER -40
B747-8 - 30
E190-E2 - 40
B737-8 - 30
B737-MAX (20 ordered)
A320 - 20
B767 - 10
B757 - 5
E170 - 3
Cessna 152 - 2

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Passenger Aircraft (International)
-B777-300(ER) : (2 Ordered, 37 In Service)
-A330-300 : 55
-B777-200(LR) : (2 Ordered, 5 In Service)
-A380-800 : (3 Ordered, 16 In Service)
-B787-8 : (10 Ordered, 2 In Service)
-B787-9 : (18 Ordered)
-A350-900 : (61 Ordered, 4 In Service)
-B777-9X : (29 Ordered)
-B777-10X : (11 Ordered)

Passenger Aircraft (Domestic)
-A330-300 : 6
-A321-100 : 2
-B777-300 (ER) : (1 Ordered)

Cargo Aircraft :
-B777-200F : (10 Ordered, 17 In Service)
-B747F : 9

To Be Retired :

  • A340-300 : 3 (Replacement Aircraft : A333, A359, B77W, B77L)
  • B747-400 : 6 (Replacement Aircraft : B77W, A388)
  • = Remaining Aircrafts are going to be Converted into Freighter Version (B747-400)
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Here’s an old mock airline I did. Found it while browsing through Pages. As you can see, it’s not close to complete unfortunately…:

Alaska-Arizona Airways:

1946-Date

Fleet:

10 Airbus A300B4-200 1981-Date (1981, 1982)
10 Airbus A340-600 2007-Date (2007, 2008, 2010, 2011)
40 Avro RJ85 1994-Date (1994, 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001)
20 BAC 1-11-400 1964-Date (1964, 1965)
20 Boeing 707-320C 1965-Date (1965, 1966)
10 Boeing 720B 1960-Date (1960, 1961)
20 Boeing 747SP 1977-Date (1977, 1978, 1979, 1987)
20 Boeing 787-8 2013-Date (2013, 2014; 130 Ordered)
40 Convair CV-440 Metropolitan 1954-Date (1954, 1955, 1956)
20 Douglas DC-8F-54 Jet Trader 1958-Date (Douglas DC-8-11 Conversion 1965-2006), 1963-Date (New 1964, 1965)
40 Douglas DC-8-61CF 1967-Date (1967, 1968, 1970, 1971)
40 Douglas DC-8-73F 1971-Date (1971, 1972, Conversion Date: 1983-1984)
160 Douglas DC-9-33CF 1967-Date (1967, 1968, 1969, 1972, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982)
40 Douglas DC-9-41 1971-Date (1971, 1972, 1975 1978)
20 Douglas DC-10-30 1983-Date (1983, 1984)
10 Lockheed L-1011-500 TriStar 1985-Date (1985, 1986)
60 McDonnell Douglas MD-82 1983-Date (1983, 1984, 1994, 1997)
50 Mitsubishi MU-2J 1978-Date (1978, 1979, 1980, 1981)
30 Tupolev Tu-154M 1996-Date (1996, 2003, 2010, 2012, 2013)

Total: 660

Retired Fleet:

20 Bristol Britannia Series 100 1955-1993 (1955, 1956; Registrations: N100BR-N119BR)
20 Convair CV-990A Coronado 1962-1986 (1962, 1963; Registrations: N500CV-N519CV)
20 Douglas DC-8-11 1958-1982 (1958, 1959; Registrations: N630DC-N649DC; Conversions: N630DC-N639DC)
20 Handley-Page HPR.7 Dart Herald 200 1963-1995 (1963, 1964; Registrations: N300HP-N319HP)
20 Lockheed L-049 Constellation 1946-1982 (1946, 1947; Registrations: N950LC-N969LC)

Total: 100

Retired Aircraft Figures (OOS until needed):

20 Boeing 707-320C
20 Boeing 720B
10 Boeing 747SP
40 Convair CV-440 Metropolitan
20 Douglas DC-8F-54 Jet Trader (Not Including The Douglas DC-8-11 Conversions)
30 Douglas DC-8-61CF
80 Douglas DC-9-33CF
10 Douglas DC-10-30

Total: 230

Range Of Aircraft:

Airbus A300B4-200: 4,144 mi.
Airbus A340-600: 9,100 mi.
Avro RJ85: 1,808 mi.
BAC 1-11-400: 1,270 mi.
Boeing 707-320C: 6,617 mi.
Boeing 720B: 4,234 mi. (Max load), 4,372 mi. (Max fuel)
Boeing 747SP: 7,650 mi.
Boeing 787-8: 9,030 mi.
Bristol Britannia Series 100: 4,270 mi.
Convair CV-440 Metropolitan: 1,929 mi.
Convair CV-990A Coronado: 3,595 mi.
Douglas DC-8-11: 1,200 mi. (Restricted by the airline)
Douglas DC-8F-54 Jet Trader: 7,543 mi.
Douglas DC-8-61CF: 5,846 mi.
Douglas DC-8-73F: 5,558 mi.
Douglas DC-9-33CF: 1,923 mi.
Douglas DC-9-41: 1,790 mi.
Douglas DC-10-30: 6,600 mi.
Lockheed L-049 Constellation: 3,995 mi. (Max fuel), 2,290 mi, (Max payload)
Lockheed L-1011-500 TriStar: 6,151 mi. (Max passengers and baggage) 7,008 mi. (Max fuel)
McDonnell Douglas MD-82: 2,360 mi.
Mitsubishi MU-2J: 1,450 mi.
Tupolev Tu-154M: 3,280 mi. (Max load), 4,100 mi. (Max fuel)

Eliminated destinations and aircraft regs. PM if you want details

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Wow… That’s a Long List :D! And It Must be a Very Old Airline!

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I think that post is a bit too long. It looks like spam.

Anyway, for me it would be

787-8:`10
787-9: 15
777-200: 20
777-300ER: 5
747-400: 10
A319: 10
A320: 20
A321: 5
767: 3
ERJ 190: 10

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