Virtual Airlines

Virtual airlines operating in the Romanian virtual airspace that are affiliated to VATSIM organization.

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Who are we?

Air Danubius its a virtual airline created in April 2011, unrelated to the real world and any similarities are just pure coincidence.
DBX its organized into several divisions which operating passengers, cargo and charter flights.
Our main base is situated at EDDM Munich / Germany, and as secondary base at LROP Bucharest / Romania.
The companys colors are blue and white …water and sky.. and the logo is represented by a swan, a queen of Danube.

Why the name “Danubius” ?

Danubius is the Latin name of the Danube, the second largest river in Europe, a river full of history, which in her course passes through several european capitals, finaly spilling into the Black Sea.

Our goal

From the begining our goal was ,and still is, one of creating a friendly community, one interested in flight simulation, one regardless of experience, age *, nationality or gender..

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wizz

Wizz Air Virtual Airlines is based on the real-world Wizz Air which was established in 2004. In this year some enthusiasts in Poland established the Wizz Air Virtual (also known wizzva.org) and in 2006 opened the second virtual airline, called Wizz Air Virtual Hungary (WVH). It has got offical certification of IVAO. Our VA contains another Polish team: Centralwings VA was the virtual adaptation of the real-world Centralwings but after the problemes of the firm the staff decided to give the VA up and they join to the Wizz Air Virtual Group.

The most important aim of Wizz Air Virtual Airlines is providing the most realistic virtual air service in Middle-East European region. We are present on both global virtual aviation networks: on VATSIM and on IVAO, too. Our members can flexible choose their prefered network but they can also mix it: a flight today on VATSIM, tomorrow on IVAO. Wizz Air Virtual Airlines accomodates those pilots who have the bases of virtual aviation knowledge. They can fly realistic Wizz Air routes with the real-world timetable. If you are ready for ‘Wizzperience’, if you are ready to feel the low-cost feeling, if you like one of our HUB’s and you like the world’s mostly beloved aircraft, the Airbus A320, feel free to join us because it is YOUR VA!

You only have to have a copy of Microsoft Flight Simulator (FS2004 or FSX recommended) and have a copy of a freeware or payware Airbus add-on (PSS or Wilco recommended). Before registration please read Code of Regulations.

austrian

“myAustrian virtual” is a virtual airline, not existing as an airline in reality, operated by “Austrian Virtual Airlines – Verein zum Betrieb virtueller Fluglinien”, a registered association (ZVR-Zahl, registration number 384356996) in Austria in accordance with Austrian federal law Bundesgesetz über Vereine (Vereinsgesetz 2002). We don’t have real aircraft and you won’t be able to book flights with us. We are engaged in flight simulation on PC and do this as our hobby. We act with permission from Austrian Airlines AG and our aim is to simulate its operations as closely as reasonably possible.

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Blue Air Virtual was founded on 30th November 2020 and it simulates the real world Blue Air, who is well known as an important low-cost airline in the European aviation industry.

We are always looking for new pilots to help us improve and expand our virtual airline whether if they are rookies or experienced. We are constantly in development and our main goal is to offer pilots a pleasant environment for their daily VATSIM activities. Everyone is welcome here. We offer you an VA management system, pilot ranks and special awards, an advanced PIREP system and a capable staff team that is always ready to help you.

Being founded in Romania, the airline’s main hub is at “Henri Coandă” International Airport (LROP), and we also have operational bases in Turin, Cluj, Bacău and Iași. We provide you with the real Blue Air fleet and routes, and because they are always updated with real information, you can enjoy a diverse range of flights, both domestic, in RoVACC’s airspace, and throughout the Europe.

Do you want to join the flight? Apply now on our website and start your career in Blue Air Virtual.

ryr

We firmly believe we are working on the most advanced PIREP and flight tracking system of any virtual airline in the world. We will have countless unique and exciting features to offer our pilots, and we are constantly in development! No stale software, no archaic systems, no dated data displays. We use the latest technologies to bring our pilots an unparalleled experience in Virtual Aviation!

We also believe we offer a completely unique Virtual Airline experience – with our PIREPs automatically processed,pilot reports for when things go wrong, public PIREPs for boasting about those awesome arrivals (or sharing those mishaps…), leaderboards and ranks to add that competitive edge, and a whole host of exclusive resources to offer our pilots!

turk

Since its inception in 2001, Turkish Virtual has provided innovative ideas that have set new standards in the world of Virtual Aviation.
Turkish Virtual is a virtual airline that simulates passenger flights around the globe. We strive to provide our Flight Simulation enthusiasts with high quality simulation of airline operations based on VATSIM Virtual Air Traffic Network.

Turkish Virtual Airlines is in no way affiliated with the real-world Turkish Airlines.

Turkish Virtual is a non-profit hobby organization with no ties to any real world airline nor organization.

Website and Forum The offical Turkish Virtual website is located at ttp://www.turkishvirtual.com
The website contains all the necessary information about operations, flight statistics, current flights, news, notams and events. However, user registration is required to access most of the available information.

Turkish Virtual has it’s own support forum which can be accessed via Main Menu or by the following link: http://www.turkishvirtual.com/forum

Barlad , RO

+40 747 383 071

info@rovacc.ro

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