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Plavia Aviation

Postby Platinea » Sat Mar 06, 2010 2:20 pm

Plavia Aviation is a privately-owned aviation firm, specializing in airliners. We are preparing to expand beyond our regional market, and will offer a range of new airliners for the global market.

The following is a list of projects in development, listing their expected single-class seating and maximum range -
AP-143-12 Latitude-II (37 seats; 2000-2250km)
AP-143-12HGW Latitude-II (37 seats; 2750-3050km)
AP-175-13 Keyliner (72 seats; 3100-3300km)
AP-175-13HGW Keyliner (72 seats; 3800-4000km)
AP-215 Compass (111 seats; 3250km)
AP-215HGW Compass (111 seats; 5000km)
PA-110 Superliner (205 seats; 6000km)
PA-110HGW Superliner (205 seats; 8000-8400km)
PA-11-12 Panther (412 seats; 12500km) [widebody]
PA-11-12HGW Panther (412 seats; 14000km) [widebody]
PA-12SR Jumbo (850 seats; 2500-3000km) [widebody double-decker]
PA-12MR Jumbo (650 seats; 13000km) [widebody double-decker]
PA-12HGW Jumbo (650 seats; 15000km) [widebody double-decker]
PA-12LR Jumbo (500 seats; 18000km) [widebody double-decker]
PA-13 Cyclops (150 seats; 5000km)

[WIP]

OOC: TG or post if you're interested in potentially purchasing some of these airliners, or investing in these projects. Let me know how many of each type of airliner you might sign for, as purchases, leases, and options, or what sort of investment you have in mind. Also, feel free to TG me if you're just curious about Plavia in general.

Plavia has collaborated with:
Curtiss - domestic production of Hawk 75 and Hawk 81
Embraer - design and production of ABP-123 Vector and ABP-143 Latitude [=ERJ-135]
Fairchild-Dornier - design work for the AC-10 fighter and the 528/728/928 family
General Dynamics - domestic production of F-16A/B Block 15
Lockheed Martin - assistance with design studies for Yak-141
McDonnell Douglas - domestic production of MD-80 series, DC-10; design and production of MD-90, MD-95, MD-11, MD-12
North American Aviation - domestic production of F-86F
Yakovlev - design studies for Yak-141
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Postby Nazi Centauri » Sat Mar 06, 2010 8:56 pm

Centurion Muske is interested with Plavian Aviation to replace it's fleets and a new customer to Plavian Aviation.Centurion Muske would like to know how much does one aeroplane cost and how big is it.
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Postby Platinea » Sat Mar 06, 2010 9:14 pm

OOC: I did say not to post, but to TG instead. Considering that Platinea is basically Argentina-lite, Plavia will need some foreign capital to help it grow enough for the sorts of orders coming from abroad; further, I'd like to see how big the market is. Thus, Plavia isn't formally open for customers... yet.

Anyhoo... Check out the links for the AP-215 and PA-110; I provide cost estimates and provisional specs for those airliners, and their variants will be in the same price range ($30-32.5 million for AP-215 variants and $100-110 million for PA-110 variants).
As for the others -
The AP-143 variants are modernized ERJ-135 regional jets, with a projected cost of $20-22.5 million a plane, used for shuttle routes from tiny airports to larger hubs;
The AP-175 variants are modernized 70-seat RJs, with a projected cost of $27-29.5 million a plane, used for shuttle routes from small airports to larger hubs;
The PA-11 variants are modernized MD-11s, with a projected cost of $250-275 million a plane, used to carry large numbers of passengers over long-range and/or well-trafficked (high-density) routes;
The PA-12 variants are modernized MD-12s, with a projected cost of $300-330 million a plane, used to carry very large numbers of passengers over high-density, long-range and very long-range routes (or extremely large numbers of passengers over short-range routes, in the case of the PA-12SR, which is intended for extremely high-density short-haul routes);
And the PA-13 is a project for a single-engined airliner, using one modernized CF6 turbofan, with a projected cost of $125 million a plane, used to carry modest numbers of people on short to medium-range routes; it, like the PA-110 on the high end and the AP-215 on the low end, is a 737 replacement.

Keep in mind that leasing, rather than buying jets outright, is an option; I'll probably have Plavia run an ILFC-like airplane leasing company as one of its branches, offering short-term operating leases and long-term finance leases.

I'd recommend replacing your 737-900s and A320s with PA-110s and PA-110HGWs, and maybe PA-13s; your A330s, 777-300s, and 747-400s could be replaced by PA-11-12s or PA-12MRs and PA-11-12HGWs or PA-12LRs. Since this is NS, and people tend to operate under the assumption that they're far away, I'd recommend getting half of each type as the longer-range HGW model (or, for the PA-12 line, the PA-12LR).
You might also want to start up a regional arm, using AP-143s, AP-175s, and AP-215s. Depending on how small the airports it would serve are, a ratio of anywhere from 1:3:6 to 3:4:3 might be reasonable. The regional arm could be directly owned and operated by Centurion Muske, or consist of various smaller carriers flying under the same name. You might be looking at around 300-500 regional jets in all.
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Postby Platinea » Wed Apr 07, 2010 9:37 am

Letters of Intent:
Aerolineas Platineas (Platinea) - 30 Latitude-II, 60 Keyliner, 40 Compass, 40 Superliner, 30 Panther, 30 Jumbo
Centurion Muske (Nazi Centauri) - unspecified.
Luxair (Millsa) - 15 Panther
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