Flights in the FSA/OGF World

Posted by oof boi on 24 October 2019 in English (English)

Hi everyone,

I was looking at the wiki currently and I saw that most of the planes that are out there are bigger airplanes, with not many planes that have less than 150 seats.

In the real world, there are 2-3 companies that take advantage of this by manufacturing small aircraft. (Bombardier, Embraer, McDonald Douglass(I think they merged with Boeing??))

In the FSA/OGF world there are none yet.

Maybe there are some that I missed??

Another thing is that the routes that are used with these aircraft are short-haul routes, used to connect a passenger from their home airport to the closest hub the airline has to that airport. Then these passengers get on medium-haul flights or long-haul flights to their final destination.

Overall, what I am trying to say is that the OGF world needs more short-haul routes and medium-haul routes than long-haul routes. We also need new aircraft to service these routes.

If there is something that I missed or anything you want to tell me, feel free to comment on this post.

Comment from zhenkang on 24 October 2019 at 00:24

This is really interesting. (Theres this page you can check:

Its more realistic to have short haul flights in OGF. Im not sure about planes manufacturers that have small aircraft though; I think you can try digging up some aircraft manufacturers on the wiki. Maybe FSA can come up with its own aircraft manufacturer if it doesnt have one yet?

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Comment from austinhuang on 24 October 2019 at 00:39

In the FSA, Contair manufactures Contair B30, a "regional turboprop plane" (with an ATR72 picture). For other manufacturers, see this category.

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Comment from oof boi on 24 October 2019 at 00:48

@austinhuang I see now that there are many other companies. Although there are many undeveloped pages where we don't know anything about their aircraft. T

Thanks for the tool. It is really helpful.

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Comment from Ernestpcosby on 24 October 2019 at 04:55

I believe SAI focuses on the smaller planes.

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Comment from coshatiuav on 24 October 2019 at 04:56

Do we have a concept of the largest "air hubs" yet?

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Comment from andrepoiy on 24 October 2019 at 13:56

Well since OGF nations come and go, not really? I guess the only established air hub is Khaiwoon.

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Comment from oof boi on 24 October 2019 at 16:19

Maybe Gobras City or Stanton, as those are collaborative projects.

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