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Monarch ceases operations

Birmingham based Monarch Airlines has ceased operations as of the 2nd October 2017.

As a result, Monarch will no longer be available in the schedules.

We will be seeking another airline to replace them.

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August Destination of the Month

The destination of the month is back and kicking off the new series is Nice (NCE/LFMN).

Situated on the French Riveria, Nice is the gateway to the south of France and Monaco.

With flights starting from most UK airports as well as New York & Dubai you...

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We're hiring

Virtual Aviators are hiring 2 Area Operations Managers (AOM)  to cover our expanding network of airlines and routes.

The role of Area Operations Manager is to ensure the schedules and fleet are maintained for airlines in their area.

We are currently recruiting for Scandinavia & Asia-Pacific...

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Corsair has joined our Virtual line-up!

As a boost to the 747 Queen of the Skies routes and to add some different African, Indian Ocean and Caribbean destinations we have today added Corsair (SS/CRL).

Based out of Paris Orly Corsair adds some interesting destinations such as...

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PMDG release Queen of the Skies II

PMDG (Precision Manuals Design Group) have today released the long awaited Boeing 747-400 Queen of the Skies II (QOTSII).

The release is available for Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Lockheed Martin Prepar3D and costs between $89.99 (£74.50 approx) and $134.99 (£107.30 approx).

PMDG says "Developed over three...

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Hello Norwegian!

We have today started the inroduction of into our group.

The introduction is phased with phase being Norwegian Air International and Gatwick Norwegian Air Shuttle routes. This is now complete.

Norwegian opens up some interesting routes to destinations across Scandinavia, the USA and Europe using both...

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Joe Sutter, Father of the 747 dies aged 95

Regarded as the Father of the 747 Jumbo Jet, former Boeing engineer Joe Sutter has sadly passed away aged 95.

Joe led the engineering team responsible for the Boeing 747, arguably the most important passenger aircraft ever made, along with the being involved in the design...

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