Airline management game AirwaySim have announced the addition of a new large game world to their line-up. “The virtual airline managers can now battle in the new “Game World #3” that starts from the year 1995 and runs all the way till year 2030. You can even make your airline fly the new aircraft models such as A320neo and B737MAX.”
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“The AirwaySim online airline simulation has launched a new large game world today. The virtual airline managers can now battle in the new “Game World #3” that starts from the year 1995 and runs all the way till year 2030. You can even make your airline fly the new aircraft models such as A320neo and B737MAX.
This game world introduces also new base airport features allowing you to run for example a small regional airline with 10 different base airports. During the past months the airline game has also received other notable new features such as random events worldwide and a complete and realistic accounting model, including proper income/balance/cashflow statements.
AirwaySim is an online airline management simulation game/software where you can create your own airline and build your very own airline empire – you are the airline CEO. The system works under the massively multiplayer online game (MMOG) principle and in the simulation each player competes against other airline managers around the world.
The management decisions made by players are directly related to other players, for example when it comes to ticket pricing or selling aircraft. There are also other options to interact with players, such as forming an airline alliance. The core of the game play concept is to acquire aircraft to the company, keep them maintained, discover new potential routes for the airline, and set them up for the company’s aircraft. The game database consists of over 2800 different airports around the world and data of practically every commercial passenger airliner ever built since the year 1950. The software has been developed by a real-world commercial pilot and focuses on realism but still maintains the “addictivity” of aviation related gaming.