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#110875 NEW LIVERY 2

Posted by khoianh on 12.06.2018 - 21:32

Same for me, but it may just be the rather old-fashioned serif font you're using for the new livery which I dislike.

#110146 B787-10 - erstaunlich unwirtschaftlich...

Posted by khoianh on 14.05.2018 - 22:05

Wenn du ein erfolgreichen Kurzstrecken-Widebody benötigst , empfehle ich die A300-600. Ist zwar etwas älter aber in Airlinesim durch aus rentabel einzusetzen vor allen auf Kurzstrecken.


Und auf Otto und Hoover auch reichlich verfügbar.  :blink:

#109880 People Ignoring you.

Posted by khoianh on 28.04.2018 - 01:00

I myself think about how unreliable in general people can be at responding to text messages at real life situations (like on messenger services). If this happens all the time with friends and relatives already, how responsive will people be to total strangers on the internet?

#109842 737 MAX 9 / 787-10 / E2-190

Posted by khoianh on 25.04.2018 - 21:49

Wurde schon einige Male hier geschrieben: Für die E190-E2 und die MAX 9 fehlen noch vollständige Daten, weshalb es noch dauern wird.

#109683 Steigen Geschäftsreisende in Fliegern mit reinen Y-Sitzen ein/um?

Posted by khoianh on 20.04.2018 - 06:05

Das ORS zeigt Economy-Flüge für Verbindungen in der First Class an, mit den resultierenden Ratings lässt sich aber natürlich kein Blumentopf gewinnen.

#109593 Expatriates

Posted by khoianh on 17.04.2018 - 15:45

Ausgerechnet miki als Verfechter von Fairplay, ich glaube, ich schmeiß mich gleich weg vor Lachen...  :lol:

#109495 Making Alliances Worthwhile

Posted by khoianh on 11.04.2018 - 15:07

Agree with the last point. Anyone who needs ingame advantages for alliances probably hasn't been in a good one yet. Besides that, you would force people to join alliances even if they rather want to play on their own. Those players will not want to contribute anything to the alliance they join and end up being more dead weight. And if they joined a large "Alliance of all people who don't give a damn about alliances but it's nice to grab its advantages", what would be the point of it anymore?

#109464 How Are Airlines Cheating Now?

Posted by khoianh on 10.04.2018 - 17:32

Nope,I'm not.
It's just that these companies have different operating styles.

Trolling on an advanced level: Defend multi account cheating by writing with multiple accounts...

#109390 How Are Airlines Cheating Now?

Posted by khoianh on 08.04.2018 - 16:22

I have been paying attention to his trading records.
He recently bought HKJ shares with his subsidiaries to help HKJ acquire the US right of war. There's nothing wrong with that.

Those were not the transactions in question.

#109364 How Are Airlines Cheating Now?

Posted by khoianh on 07.04.2018 - 13:37

Uh. That investigation takes time. I'm sure it will be resolved until August or September. No worries.

Seems like we've finally been lucky today and the thread may be closed now...

#109274 Neue Rätsel der Dynamic Turnarounds

Posted by khoianh on 05.04.2018 - 10:23

Aktuell wirkt der Dynamische Turnaround aber so willkürlich, dass man kaum mit den einzelnen Parametern planen kann. Man hat die Datenbank (Flughäfen und Flugzeugtypen) für die DTAs gehörig aufgebohrt, um tatsächlich alle diese Kriterien realitätsnah abbilden zu können, aber es muss auch irgendwie nachvollziehbar sein: Dass eine 737 länger braucht, um Cargo zu beladen als ein A320, versteht man sofort. Wenn man im A321 aber 16 Minuten für die Kabinenreinigung braucht, aber für den A320 32 Minuten, verfliegt mir der Spaß am Probieren.

#109221 Current Local Time Europe

Posted by khoianh on 03.04.2018 - 14:48

Nope, Daylight Saving Time is not and was never implemented in AS.

#109217 Increase aircraft aging speed

Posted by khoianh on 03.04.2018 - 13:37

Just a few quick thoughts on how to improve long-term playability on unrestricted servers without getting pointlessly complicated:


The game uses a pretty sophisticated system to deal with the issues of old aircraft: They face greatly increased maintenance costs and lower image ratings, which both reduces profits and faces big challenges to address. Unfortunately, the rate of aircraft aging is extremely slow because it's 1:1 with the real life. If you are using freshly ordered aircraft, you are unlikely to ever run into those issues as they are so absurdly far away in time. You would never need to replace the aircraft because they would become unprofitable or unpopular over time.


However, the business in AS is modelled to allow for much faster growth than in real life. This means that at some time, you earn shedloads of money without ever having a need to spend it. Money just piles up endlessly so you just wait for newcomers to open up a new airline so you can crush them to the ground.  :mellow:


Imagine that aircraft would age much quicker, for example one full year in just a month. Aircraft, now set up at 24 years for write-off, would be written off after just two years. An airline which uses its aircraft for three real life years would need to face the issues of a 36 year old plane. Airlines would need to address the replacement of aircraft, and of course, the more aircraft they have, the more money they would need to burn in that process. New airlines could go two ways to attack large airlines: One, take the old and extremely cheap aircraft that large airlines dump on the used market. Two, begin with shiny fresh aircraft and compete against the more and more heavily deteriorating fleets of the opponents. Used aircraft not acquired by anyone after a certain amount of time could be taken from the market and be scrapped to prevent a flooding of the used market. This could also make the aircraft market more interesting for servers which do not have old aircraft types available.


One airline which does nothing for a long time would see its profits disappear due to exploding maintenance costs and decreasing bookings due to their worse and worse becoming image ratings. The constant need to replace aircraft would stop large airlines to pile up giant sums of money because they have to constantly replace their fleets. It wouldn't even be too tedious to do this, as flight plans can be easily transferred.


What do you think?

#109100 NEW LIVERY

Posted by khoianh on 29.03.2018 - 07:23

A bit Lufthansa-ish, isn't it? ;-) But I like it.

#109028 How Are Airlines Cheating Now?

Posted by khoianh on 26.03.2018 - 16:37

As two of the three were the same holding (mother and subsidiary), it might have just been a regular quit of a player. Nevertheless good news :)


@Someone83: Love the irony with your holding name.  :lol: