Rocky Mountain Air "New look, New fleet, New Everything!"

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Rocky Mountain Air "New look, New fleet, New Everything!"

Post by Jimmyp4 » 07 Mar 2008, 10:10

Hello
You all might remember my fictional Rocky Mountain Air from the "Your own airline" thread awhile back.

Well my friend Chris is leaving the FS world (Really sad :( ). However I got most of his payware Items: FSPassenger, Flytampa's: San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa, Miami, Boston, Dubai, and Vienna :mrgreen:! He said he has a few more payware ad-ons for me when he gets time to burn them to disks or find the disks they came in. I fired up FSPassenger today and decided to redsign Rocky Mountain Air for better use in FSPassenger.

Current Fleet: 1 DC-3 :lol: (can't help it if my favorite planes are from the 30's) and 1 737-400 (on Lease from Landmark Airlines, soon to be purchesed from them [find out why below]). I started with the DC-3 and made a flight from COS-DEN and had fun with that, after a few shuttle flights I had enough to buy a 737. I quickly pounced at that. I made a flight from Denver INTL to Denver Centinneal :lol: and back. My flight down to COS was differnt however....

Flight RMA058 End of flight report Date March 07 2008

Flight ID: RMA058
Pilot: James B.H. Patterson
Company: Rocky Mountain Air Service
Aircraft: Boeing 737-400 Paint1
Flight Date: March 07 2008
Departure: 12h08 (18h09 GMT)
Arrival: 12h33 (18h34 GMT)
From: KDEN - Denver Intl - Usa
To: KCOS - Colorado Springs - Usa
Nbr of Passengers: 112

Incident Report:

The gear didn't locked down, but the pilot was able to lower them with touchdown. There was an exceptional pilot on board and despite the dire situation he was able to land the aircraft safely. The Captain has also declared an emergency before landing.


Report:

Flight Distance: 63 Nm Landing Speed: 144.90 kt
Time Airborne: 00h16:51 Landing Touchdown: -606.15 ft/m
Flight Time (block): 00h24:51 Landing Pitch: 3.73°
Time On Ground: 00h08:38 Landing Weight: 119662 lbs
Average Speed: 226.11 kt Total Fuel Used: 2596 lbs
Max. Altitude: 12998ft Fuel Not Used: 6254 lbs


Passenger Opinion: Exceptional flight (100%)
-Were very anxious because of the problem during flight.
-Were relieved to land safely after an emergency.

Financial Report:

Ticket Income: +$4,165 (63 Nm)
Cargo Income: +$3,202 (19998 lbs)
Services Income: +$0 (0 sandwich 0 hot food 0 drink)
Services Cost: -$0 (100% quality)
Emergency Bonus: +$968 (605 failure point)
Fuel Cost: -$1,823 (2596 lbs Jet-A1)
Airport Taxes: -$156 (Large Aircraft)
Insurance Costs: -$318 (4.32% rate)
Total Real Income: $6,038
Total Income: $301,900 (real x50)
Fleet Bonus: $24,961 (1 aircraft)
Total Sim Income: $326,861 (total income+fleet bonus)

Company Reputation:

Considering that the flight was perfect,the tickets price low,and there was no service aboard,passengers on this flight think that your company's reputation should be 100%
Your company reputation is now: 71% (+2.89 increase)


Overall Flight Result: Perfect

Pilot Bonus points: 755 points
There was a problem aboard and you declared an emergency. (+150)
A serious problem occurred during flight but you landed safely, nice job. (+605)

There where no Pilot error points :shock: which supprised me. By the way, this was in a blizzard so this was no easy touchdown. Plus the passengers had 7% fear just from the turbulance on approach :roll: .

Future aircraft: One of each of the WWII Bombers from my Aircraft Powerpack Payware ad-on (I paid for this one), A PMDG 737-800 or -900, a 737-200 (any good ones out there?), a A318 baby-bus (the only airbus I like), a ford Tri-Motor, and a CRJ-200
In the far-future I might make flights to citys farther away (SFO, SAN, SEA, CHI,BOS [This IS the list of airports I will be serving when I expand]). If so I will use 777 Domestic versions (Like United). If Chris has the Level D 767 in the pack hes giving me then I will put one into service. Ah, just for the fun of it, I'll throw a 757 into the mix.

Well its 2:09AM here after spending 4 hours of FSPassenger so I better hit the sack. Hope you like my plan :winking: .

Jimmy
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Re: Rocky Mountain Air "New look, New fleet, New Everything!"

Post by steve.KPHL » 07 Mar 2008, 11:26

Best of luck mate. Nice plan
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Re: Rocky Mountain Air "New look, New fleet, New Everything!"

Post by seahawks7757 » 07 Mar 2008, 16:37

So just curious is it fine to give away addon's like that if you are going to quit playing?
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Re: Rocky Mountain Air "New look, New fleet, New Everything!"

Post by Blackhawk » 07 Mar 2008, 18:57

Why wouldn't it be? It's like selling it at a garage sell (except probably just handing off, so maybe more like taking it to Salvation Army or something).
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Re: Rocky Mountain Air "New look, New fleet, New Everything!"

Post by Northwestdc9 » 07 Mar 2008, 19:18

Legally they're still in his name, you're just using them instead of the original user.
The legality of such an act would probably depend on how expensive your lawyer is as this is a very grey area.
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