The Ocean's Airline
|Parent Company||BenSi Transit (a division of BenSi Inc)|
|Facts and figures|
|Number of Destinations||15|
Original: November 2014|
Shutdown: January 2016
Relaunched: 26th March 2016
|Hubs||Omerah International Airport|
BenAir is an airline originally focused on the old world, owned by bensismith. It operates across the server with all flights starting or ending in Omerah, which is its HQ and Hub. It is a part of the Stanley Air Alliance.
At BenAir, our aim is to make that connection. We offer what we think is the right balance of services that help you along your journey like priority check-in and Stanley Air Alliance Lounge access, but not compromising on price! Our airline operates small aircraft to many destinations, but medium aircraft to our most popular destinations. We also use helicopters to connect key destinations, such as Central City.
Destinations in bold signify our bases.
|1 series flights use planes|
|101||Omerah International Airport||Leydon International Airport||Active|
|102||Leydon International Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|103||Omerah International Airport||Horizon National Airport||Active|
|104||Horizon National Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|105||Omerah International Airport||Wazamawazi Zoeteman Regional Airport||Active|
|106||Wazamawazi Zoeteman Regional Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active*|
|107||Omerah International Airport||Fort Yaxier International Airport||Active|
|108||Fort Yaxier International Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|109||Omerah International Airport||Radiance Square International Airport||Active|
|110||Radiance Square International Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|111||Omerah International Airport||Venceslo-Fifth Ward International Airport||Active|
|112||Venceslo-Fifth Ward International Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|113||Omerah International Airport||Paixton Regional Airport||Active|
|114||Paixton Regional Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|115||Omerah International Airport||Charles de Gaulle International Airport||Active|
|116||Charles de Gaulle International Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|117||Omerah International Airport||Rockaway Airport||Active|
|118||Rockaway Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|119||Omerah International Airport||Freedon Quartzwood Regional Airfield||Active|
|120||Freedon Quartzwood Regional Airfield||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|121||Omerah International Airport||Washingcube Airfield||Active|
|122||Washingcube Airfield||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|124||Central City Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active
|2 series flights use helicopters|
|201||Omerah International Airport||Omerah Isles Civil Airport||Active|
|202||Omerah Isles Civil Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|203||Omerah International Airport||Central City Heliport||Active|
|204||Central City Heliport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|3 series flights are codeshares operated by other airlines|
|Omerah International Airport||Schiphol International Airport||Active|
|Operated by SkyTrans (branded as Veolia)|
|Schiphol International Airport||Omerah International Airport||Active|
|Operated by SkyTrans (branded as Veolia, warp by BenAir)|
* - Passengers for flight BN106 must check-in online due to check-in not being available at the airport. Failure to do so may result in refusal to board.
BN124 is currently served by an Air Replacement Bus service due to a lack of available aircraft.
Images coming soonTM!
Similar to most helicopters that use the exact same video however the BenAir Heli model has more square footage than most small helicopters and features 2 seats for passengers for "ultimate" comfort! Used on all helicopter flights (2 series).
Our "standard" small aircraft that allows us to use most gates available to us, seating 5.
The other small aircraft that has been used by BenAir that means any gate anywhere can be served!
Very loosely based off of the A319, this medium sized plane offers connections mainly to the New World.
An extended version of the B19, this plane has a higher capacity for use on busier routes, while still providing comfort.
As a founding member of Stanley Air Alliance BenAir offers customers the ability to seamlessly connect at Omerah International Airport with other alliance members, allowing a much greater range of destinations! All passengers have access to SAA lounges at many airports including Horizon National Airport and Wazamawazi Zoeteman Regional Airport.
As a passenger of BenAir, you can receive benefits for flying with us if you join our BenFlyer program:
- A voucher for 50% off a stay of 7 nights or more in one of our Goldenrod Hotels, just for joining
- 50% off any stay in one of our Goldenrod Hotels or in a Quartz Inn if you fly over 300,000 blocks
- A 25% off Potato King voucher for every flight you take
- $3 off an upgrade to Business Class on a BenAir flight! Where available; only on inter-world flights.
- Priority Boarding for one way of any return trip. A voucher can be redeemed for the value of 50c if PB is not wanted; offer not valid for single trips
All this, and likely more, for only $10 a year! Enquire at one of our offices across the MRT!
If you have any enquiries, questions or complaints, contact bensismith.
If you prefer to talk to us in person, find us at one of our help desks:
- Omerah International Airport - outside arrivals (landside)
- Freshney - location unavailable
- Omerah Isles Civil Airport - Gate A1 (airside)
- Pilmont - location unavailable
- More to come!
On the 24th January 2016, the owner of the airline shutdown operations at the airlines, of which there was none anyway. The airline, although not making a loss, was not making a profit either and actually had no flights or operations. BenAir Ground Services was failing too, with Omerah City airport falling months behind schedule and being rebuilt twice! All this lead to City airport's and the airline's demise.
However, on the 25th March 2016, the owner of the Stanley Air Alliance autobus22 contacted the former airline owner about restarting flights between areas that he still (somehow) already had gates at! With new courage and hope, BenAir was relaunched on the 26th March 2016, and amendments to the Omerah City terminal to cope with the new demand had begun. That was until the entire airport was deemed "unfit for purpose" and "ugly", and it was completely torn down on 25th July 2016, reopening on 12th September 2016 along with its first functioning flight.
With the advent of the "new airports" ban on the Old World (which frankly was needed) it appeared that expansion in the old world would not work. Therefore BenAir started to take interest in claiming gates at New World airports with a hub in Omerah International Airport which has seamless connection capabilities. We strive to provide (where possible) exclusive transport to local towns that are of significance to our passengers, through our convenient Omerah International hub with seamless connections!
A new field that BenAir is expanding into is helicopter flights. The first flight was set up between Omerah Isles Civilian Airport and Central City Heliport on the 16th January 2017, and since has replaced its short hop to Omerah Isles with a helicopter.
Due to the owner's inactivity the airline's growth has slowed and so finances have become tighter, reducing available aircraft. This has forced some routes to be served by an Air Replacement Bus, first debuted on 1st April 2020 at Central City Airport.