What would it be called

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I somtimes when im bored create my own airline (jot it down on paper) i come up with the most bizzar names. if you could create your own airlin3 what would it be called?? I've come up with Leap Airlines
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If I could create my own real life airline it would be called Sabena and based in Brussels.
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I've always liked 'AeroVapour'
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i thought of "RailTrack Aviation" .....:)
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I made up "Welsh Dragon Airways", based at CWL but I think it is a bit ambitious, serving almost every main European city and the large ones in America atc.

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AeroCrap does for me.
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Somethong that sounds inviting Sunseekers maybe :)

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Could always try something really unique like painting the aircraft a bright colour and calling the airline SqueezyJet. Lee
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In honour of the comedian Joep van het Heck (sp?) Vulgair Air Crash

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i would call my airline "Dan-Air"

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If I could create my own real life airline it would be called Sabena and based in Brussels.
You would have to be the most patriotic person i've ever come across!!

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Airline names, what about funny accronyms for airlines, a couple I remember from airlines calling in at "Belize International" SAHSA - Stay At Home Stay Alive airlines TACA - Take A Chance Airways Back on topic, I would form Sub Ways (Subcontactor Airways) a low cost airline dedicated to moving subcontractors on point to point services. No hubs, No delays, No connecting flights, No reclining seats, No children, No tourists, Express check-in, No crowds, Flight departures at the end of the working day, Arrivals just before the start working day! 2 classes of Ticket Sub Standard or the more expensive Sub Liminal
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In honour of the comedian Joep van het Heck (sp?) Vulgair Air Crash
Youp van 't Heck :cool:
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i defo wouldnt call it "FRESH"
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Here is my idea... My airline would be called VISION AIRWAYS It would be a low-cost airline based on the principles of JetBlue Airways, operating A320's out of LGW to popular destinations within Europe. And if there was enough space in the regional market, it would operate the E190! When I am bored, I spend my time designing liveries. This is my attempt for VISION. What do you think?
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My airline is all set-up ;) Lots of word documents on planned routes etc...lol Aircraft type unknown, perhaps Q400. Just 1 to start with. Name: UKanfly Identity: Crisis...lol. Unsure whether to go for full service or low cost. So far its full service but these days pax expect low fares so its kind of hard. Original routes would be GLA-ORY 2x daily and GLA-MUC 1x daily. Ha :) Gaz

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mine would be called Smile. Based on a premium low cost model ala Jetblue/Monarch Sch - flying from Luton/Doncaster and Bournemouth to popular UK and european destinations. Allocated seating, leather seats etc.