Im currently flying all Thomas Cook and Condor flights. After i do this, what airline should i fly all their routes?
If your up for a challenge then Ryanair but if your not, i suggest a small airline such as Widerøe etc.
Hmm, here are a few suggestions:
- Qatar Airways (Good luck with that 😂)
- Air Serbia
You could also take a look here. There are plenty of routes to choose from!
Qantas or American Airlines 🤣
Hawaiian could be fun but there’s obviously no A330 or A321NEO in the game so you’d have to use the 767
They are good ideas
Maybe? Maybe not?
Now that is a 10 year project per airline
Delta if you are looking for a real challenge 😉
What is next? United?
How about Allegiant? They have some odd routes.
I was joking since delta has a huge number of destinations.
But if want a more reasonable challenge, I would do allegiant or frontier. They don’t have a huge number of routes and they fly into some cool underrated airports.
Now that is a good idea. Rip off Jet2 hoildays livery
Some airlines i wouldnt think of
Indigo airlines (India). Many domestic, few international (max 5 hours)
Air New Zealand, good mix of short, medium, long and ultra long hauls 😁
I’d definitely suggest South African Airways or any other South African airline, BA (Comair) has a small amount of routes, but all these airports are up to date, as with South African, you could fly all the routes for a mixed range, but be aware that some airports are not up to date (Victoria Falls for example)
I suggest United, for 2 reasons. One because they’re the best airline in the world, and two because of their route diversity. Because they operate to Pacific islands, their routes are incredibly scenic, and they have a variety of long hauls and short hauls. You can also fly a lot of different aircraft types with the livery, such as the A320, 757, 789, and 772!
for a full on european tour
for international I’d say go either Qatar, Emirates, British airways, Turkish airlines, Singapore airlines or Lufthansa