A war is raging on Stapleton the fierce battle for Turkey deemed at determining one of the strongest players in Airlinesim.
A week has gone since the fall of the Turkish National Airways and the current contestants are:
- Aero Turkish by RoyRoy
- AEROWORLD by Kaptan1
- Air Turkey by shawn_855
- Fly Turkey by highscore
- Fly Turkini by ordzutowiec
- Lostworld Airlines by Lostoworld
- TUB Airlines Leon_15
- Turkish European Airlines by Ianmanson
- Turkish National Airways by Highlander222
- Turkish Wings by yanduley
- Uber Express by Jicha
- Green Airways by yukawa
Week 4 2017:
Green Airways has left the game with yukawa´s surrender. Currently the battle is led by TUB but he has been in the battle for 5 months so it is not surprising. Right after is Fly Turkini which has through a 32 machine strong 30 year old fleet of MD-80s taken the lead of the new players followed by Turkish European Airlines with their equally old 12 strong fleet of densely configured 757s and 767s. Very close behind is Fly Turkey which is competing fiercely for the third place Fly Turkey is operating mostly MD-80s which are scarcely configured. Afterwards is Aero Turkish which is mostly also operating MD-80s though he got late to the party and got less of them. Fly Turkini has made it first to the battle thereby getting the fortune of choosing his MD-80s quicker with only the expensive rests given to the others. Differentiating from the three MD-80 operators is highscore who has his aircraft less densely configured than RoyRoy and ordzutowiec. In remaining five operate newer aircraft which allows them to gain better image but will build a large network slower thereby sacrificing slots and connection possibilities. Outof theese five is also Lostworld who does not seem to know what he is doing. Today AEROWORLD was founded with an enormous fleet of 47 BAE46s offering a large domestic network.
As the supply of 757s has dried up after a deal has been struck by Trans Atlantic to always have first lease right to 757s from the only 757 owner. This will put Turkish European Airlines into a harder expansion path as the 767s are not very efficient. The supply of MD-80s has also completely dried up thereby forcing the three Turkish MD-80 operators to find new alternatives Fly Turkey has gone for Ejets and Aero Turkish for 737s we will still have to see what Fly Turkini goes for. AEROWORLD will also have top be watched and will be very dangerous in this battle. A toast for a prosperous flying week!
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