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Airlines are the entities that own the planes that use your airport. By signing a contract with an airline, you are agreeing to service their planes by facilitating:

  • Deboarding;
  • Baggage unloading;
  • Refueling (if requested);
  • Maintenance (if requested) (Not implemented in Alpha);
  • Cleaning (if requested);
  • Catering (if requested);
  • Baggage loading (if requested);
  • Boarding;
  • Push-back (requested for all medium and large planes).
  • Deicing (requested when temperatures near sub-zero degrees)

This process is outlined as in the signed airline contract.

Contracts[edit | edit source]

Main article: Contracts

Airlines need signed contracts before they will conduct any form of business with you. As your airport's reputation grows, you will have access to bigger and more lucrative contracts. Once a contract is signed, you will receive the agreed commission per passenger that boards or deplanes at your airport as per the signed airline contract. They can also dictate of which services they would like to take advantage of and in turn pay your airport for said services as below.

Services[edit | edit source]

Planes that have landed will be able to make use of whatever services your airport offers, such as refueling, cleaning, and storage-as per the signed airline contract. You will receive payment for the use of such services, as agreed in the signed airline contract.

Commercial Airlines[edit | edit source]

Airline Name CEO Name Fleet Logo Flight Prefix
Air Strada Bjorn Willemen BAe-146, CRJ-700, A320, Boeing 737-600, Boeing 787-8, A340-300, A330-300 AirStrada.png AS
Allure Patrick ten Den CRJ-200, ATR-42, A319, E170, Boeing 787-9 Allure.png AL
Atom Air Costa Paes A320, Boeing 757-200, Q400, Boeing 787-10 AtomAir.png AA
CLM Howard Hughes Cessna 208, ATR-72, ATR-42, CRJ-700, BAe-146 CLM.png CL
Crown Airlines B. M. Lehmann A320, Boeing 757-200, A319, Boeing 787-9 Crown.png CA
Fly Penguin Mervin Clement A320, CRJ-200, 1900D, Q400, A321 FlyPenguin.png FP
Forrest Air Fern Jhonson A320, Cessna 208, Boeing 737-800, E190 ForrestAir.png FA
Goose Wings Kaan Ozturk A320, Cessna 208, 1900D, CRJ-200, E190 Goose.png GW
Havana Vulcan Fox A320, CRJ-700, 1900D, Q400 Havana.png HV
Maple Shaun Ellithorpe DHC6, Cessna 208, CRJ-700, ATR-72, Boeing 737-600, BAe-146, Boeing 737-800, ATR-42, A320, Q400, Boeing 787-8, A380 Maple.png MP
Nordic Amelia Earhart Boeing 737-600, BAe-146, A320, E190, Boeing 787-8 Nordic.png NO
OK Air Matthew Fair A320, Boeing 757-200, CRJ-200, Boeing 777-200 OKair.png OK
Olympus Organization Jan Voors A320, Boeing 757-200, ATR-42, Boeing 787-9, A350-1000 Olympus.png OO
SkyFly Airlines Quinten Ampe A320, CRJ-700, DHC6, E170, A321, Boeing 777-300 SkyFly.png SF
SkyLink Reece Jones DHC6, Cessna 208, CRJ-700, Boeing 737-600, BAe-146, Boeing 737-800, A320, Boeing 787-10 SkyLink.png SL
Stripe Air Brandon McMillan DHC6, Cessna 208, CRJ-700, ATR-72, ATR-42, A320, 1900D, Boeing 787-8 StripeAir.png SA
Swiftly Jamie Davies CRJ-700, ATR-72, Boeing 737-600, Boeing 737-800, A320, E190, Boeing 787-10, Boeing 747-400 Swiftly.png SA
Trinity Aviation Mervin Clement A320, CRJ-200, 1900D, Q400 TrinityAviation.png TA
Tulip Airlines Elmar Westra BAe-146, ATR-72, ATR-42, E190, A321, Boeing 787-9 Tulip.png TU
Wildcat Air Pauline de Wind A320, CRJ-200, E170 Wildcat.png WC
Zoom Gerald McKinley A320, CRJ-700, E170, A319, Boeing 787-10 Zoom.png ZM