FlyLumeva

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FlyLumeva
FlyLumeva.png
Current logo
CODE Callsign
IATA: LU
MCAO: LUV
LUMEVA
Founded3 Jan 2020 (as SolAir)
Commenced operations26 Jan 2020 (as Lunaria)
3 Feb 2020 (as FlyLumeva)
Ceased operations10 Aug 2022 (merged into Astrella)
HubsPeacopolis
Secondary hubsMiu Wan, Southoak, Cape Cambridge
Frequent-flyer programTreeMiles
AllianceStanley Air Alliance
Subsidiaries
Company sloganThe way to fly
HeadquartersSouthoak
Key people
Notes
Previously named Lunaria, SolAir

FlyLumeva was a state-owned airline based in Foresne, Lumeva. The airline was owned by the Region of Lumeva, and in turn, by the Epsilonian Republic. It was the flagship airline of Lumeva, operating to over 20 destinations from its hub at Peacopolis International Airport. Domestic flights were flown by low-cost subsidiary AutumnAir, seaplane flights by Turbula, and helicopter flights by Tetrawing. FlyLumeva also operated flights on behalf of smaller companies. The airline primarily used aircraft from Stratus Aircraft, previously having used Aero Aviation.

FlyLumeva was formed in February 2020 as a merger between Lunaria and ForesneAir, both aiming to be airlines connecting the little region to the rest of Epsilon. It has been co-owned by Airplaneguy9 (head of aviation), i____7d and PeacemakerX5 (both the leaders of Lumeva) and ktkren777 (CEO of Lumeva Airlink) since it was founded on 3 February 2020. The airline had its main hub at Peacopolis International Airport, with a large hub at Miu Wan and smaller hubs in Southoak and Cape Cambridge.

On 10 August 2022, FlyLumeva became part of Astrella following successful merger negotiations.

History

Pre-operations

When Airplaneguy9 got membership status on the MRT, he quickly decided on an airline. The airline was to be called SolAir, after his future nation of Novus Sol. However, before he started, he co-worked with friend i____7d on starting up the national airline of Lumeva, ForesneAir. After helping with building Foresne's Omega Hills Airfield, he managed to acquire two gates. At this point, he assigned two Aero A-3s to the gates. He also had one Aero A-4, but he wanted to use it between larger airports. At this point, SolAir unveiled their new livery, and announced an alliance with ForesneAir called the OneBlock Alliance, the first multiserver alliance. SolAir then got a flight to John Denver Int'l, in Southport, their first complete flight. However, there was a problem: Foresne hadn't reached Senator yet, and JDI was still under construction. So Airplaneguy9 had to wait, and work on something else.

He renamed the airline Lunaria to avoid copyright issues with FlyBahia (SunAir), and registered the company in Wenyanga, his future Zeta city (it was eventually changed back to Foresne), and acquired flights to Larkspur Lilyflower and Sunshine Coast. He requested gates at Fort Yaxier and Chan Bay, in order to compete against SkyTrans, and a gate at Airchester, to compete against Waypoint to SSI. However, there were more problems: Lunaria didn't have a medium-sized aircraft to fly the route. Lunaria's answer was to contact TheSubway, and order 12 SI-A-300 aircraft, with further options for 30 more aircraft. At this point, the airline had 5 Aero A-3s, 1 Aero A-1 and 12 SI-A-300s to its name. When 7D-SAA, the first SI-A-300, flew on January 17 between the Subway Industries lab and the Aero Aviation lab, it marked a turning point in Lunaria's history. Captain Mossie piloted the aircraft.

Operations start

Lunaria obtained even more flights when it managed to get two codeshare flights with ForesneAir through OneBlock and the Lumeva Airline Group. In turn, ForesneAir codeshared the Foresne - John Denver route. On January 17, hours before the first SI-A-300 flight, Lunaria offered a company to build a long-haul, two-engined aircraft to operate longer routes throughout Zeta. Jupiter Motors (now part of Stratus), whom by coincidence Airplaneguy9 had once worked for, took up the challenge, and a team led by Weier proposed an aircraft so long it took up nearly all of Aero Aviation's lab space, and had to be shortened at first. Lunaria ordered 10 of this 'Jupitair A-50' type, but later swapped it out for airplane320's 777-300ER, specially customized for Lunaria. This version introduced Business Class and First Class on aircraft. While not getting a Fort Yaxier or Chan Bay flight, Lunaria managed to get a gate at Kanto. The first 777 touched down at the Aero Aviation lab on 25 January, where it was painted into the distinct blue livery of Lunaria.

On 26 January, 7D-SAC, an SI-A-300, operated LU750 between Sunshine Coast and Kanto, making it Lunaria's first flight. It was a win for the Lumeva Region, and for all involved. Passengers paid as high as $10 to sit on Lunaria's opening service. On the same day, the airline also became an operator for the Climax CL-10, when it leased 5 aircraft from National Airlines for ultra-long haul flights.

Renaming

On January 29, Airplaneguy9 submitted a letter to Epsilon President Vulpicula, proposing an idea to create a special airline for the Epsilonian Republic named FlyEpsilon. While being rejected initially, it was eventually decided to create different airlines for different regions, like how FlyBahia was the national airline of Bahia. Later that day, Airplaneguy9, i____7d and PeacemakerX5 (both the Lumevan leaders) decided to suspend the Lumeva Airline Group, and merge all airlines into one airline, named FlyLumeva. The new airline was based in Foresne, with offices in Peacopolis, Southoak and Stone Bay. Each leader owned 25% of the company, later reduced to 15% after ktkren777 joined the company. The remaining percentages went to the Republic.

Over the period of a week, all assets of Lunaria were redone into the new FlyLumeva livery. While 7D-SAC remained in the legacy Lunaria livery, with a change to the interior and the tail, other aircraft were changed to have the Flying Tree on their tails, a white fuselage with brown and green text above the windows (or in the case of the 777, large green text), and redesigned seats. Until February 1, flights were cancelled, and passengers were booked onto FlyBahia/Michigana or for a later date. Flights relaunched on February 1, with the new Oak Class and Spruce Class check-in opening the next day. The website went back up on February 3, and online booking was available from February 4, after passengers were left stranded at Kanto, due to an understaffed check-in.

In preparation for Foresne's upcoming Omega Hills Airfield, all gates owned by ForesneAir went to subsidiary Lumeva Airlink, and Lunaria to FlyLumeva, with planned flights to Peacopolis and Foresne's Aviatree-Kaexio International, the main airport of the Lumeva Region. FlyLumeva also decided to hub at 2 of the 5 concourses at FAK. FlyLumeva also purchased a 22-storey HQ in Peacopolis and a 7-storey office block in Stone Bay.

Stanley Air Alliance

On February 7, 2020, FlyLumeva left the OneBlock Alliance after it was abolished, and requested to join the Stanley Air Alliance (SAA). After two days of voting, the airline got 4/4 votes to be in, and joined the alliance. Gates, planes, and check-in counters were changed to show the new membership. The joining opened up a larger range of gates for FlyLumeva, allowing them to break into other markets.

The problem was, the only medium gates were at Thunderbird and Fort Yaxier. FlySubway already served Sunshine Coast and Kanto from Thunderbird, so Airplaneguy9 decided to do three new services, TBI-FYI, SSI-FYI and KTI-FYI. As for small gates, JDX wasn't complete yet, and so Airplaneguy9 had a chance to fly to Espil and Carnoustie from Larkspur, however, the airline was told by autobus that he could only have a gate at Espil. On the same day, FlyLumeva got two MBS adverts at the TAR10 stream and the February 2020 GSM. The airline changed its airline code back to LU, due to a warp sign bug, and FT was given to Lumeva Airlink.

On 11 February 2020, against all odds, Peacopolis was upgraded to Senator. This allowed FlyLumeva to obtain two gates at the new 7-gate Peacopolis Airfield, and another one on behalf of Lumeva Airlink. Flights that were due to operate from Foresne almost a month earlier, but could not, were immediately diverted to Peacopolis, including the new Espil flight (PCE-JDX was still delayed at this point). When Loydon joined Lumeva, FlyLumeva immediately sprang up, taking two gates at Loydon Kensington Airfield and an entire terminal at Loydon Hounslow Int'l, both to be built. Spruce Class was introduced and retrofitted on 7D-SAC, the original aircraft that had flown for Lunaria.

Zeta Comes

As February and March came and went, FlyLumeva opened up routes to more and more cities. Eventually, the Foresne airport idea was completely shelved after Foresne failed to get Senator and i____7d focused more on Kazeshima, and the main airport of Lumeva fell to Peacopolis. Flights were closed for a week due to the Zeta Server Update, and then, after only one day of reopening, shut down again for two weeks due to the COVID-20 virus. However, after the Milk Vaccine was distributed throughout Lumeva, flights resumed.

The months flew by, and Southoak Airport soon opened, around the same time that the airline's brand new headquarters were built in Southoak downtown. More and more destinations, such as Antioch, Las Playas, Geneva Bay, Titsensaki's brand new international airport to replace the old airport nearing capacity, and not one, but three Deadbush airports, were flown down to Lumeva's two airports. May saw Peacopolis get upgraded to Governor, and a year-long hiatus over airport building. The airline had a growing presence over Nansei-Gunto, the brand new region founded in April, and, sometime in July/August, FlyLumeva operated Aero Aviation's newest aircraft, the Aero S-1. They opened up a new branch, FlyLumeva Turbula, to use the seaplanes on, and made Kazeshima Seaport a tertiary hub for the new airline.

Another aircraft in widespread use around the fleet was the Aero C-1 in late 2020, used exclusively out of FlyLumeva's Southoak, and eventually Cape Cambridge hubs.

Restructuring

The first sign of a change within FlyLumeva occurred when FlyLumeva Turbula was rebranded as Turbula by FlyLumeva in April 2021. Then, Aero Aviation and Jupiter Motors Aviation Division merged to form Stratus Aviation in June 2021, promising new aircraft soon.

The largest change occurred in early September with the release of the brand new Stratus ST-100/110/120 series of aircraft. FlyLumeva immediately ordered the ST-100 and ST-120 to replace their aging Aero A-1 (now Stratus SA-10), A-3 (SA-12), and C-1 (SC-1) aircraft. Also announced was an early termination of the CL-10 lease, with the aircraft returned to National, the reassigning of all flights, and the renaming of Lumeva Airlink to AutumnAir. The first ST-3 took to the air on September 17, 2021, flying LU001 from Murrville-Arcadia to Peacopolis - FlyLumeva was the launch customer of the ST-1/2/3 series as a whole. It was also announced that Turbula would not be retiring the Aero S-1 (Stratus SP-1).

All aspects of FlyLumeva were changed, from planes, to check-in desks. On the same day, Airplane applied to the Meridian government to start a new low-cost airline that would have its flights operated by FlyLumeva called Jiffy. Tetrawing was also founded on 29 September 2021 as FlyLumeva entered the helicopter industry. The new company absorbed local Nansei-Gunto airline Wenyangair.

With the opening of a new hub at Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng International Airport and the approval of Peacopolis International Airport's governor expansion, FlyLumeva opened up many new flights. Unfortunately, Jiffy was shut down on 6 November after lack of approval.

FlyLumeva ordered the ST-210 and ST-220 aircraft on November 10, 2021, being the first order of the aircraft. This aircraft was to replace the older SI-A-300 aircraft, which were leased off.

Merger

Fleet

FlyLumeva operated a fleet of multiple types of aircraft at the time of the merger.

Stratus SC-1

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  • Width: 16 Blocks
  • Length: 13 Blocks
  • Aircraft: 8
  • On order: 0
  • Cabin Layout: 5 Oak

The Stratus SC-1, previously known as the Aero C-1, is a small airliner that was custom-made by ktkren777. Its ruggedness allows it to take off from pretty much anywhere, including small air strips and the like, and its sleek design allows it to cruise at higher speeds. FlyLumeva is the only operator of the aircraft, and 10 were in the fleet. However, they are now being retired in favor of the brand new ST-120.

Stratus ST-120

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  • Width: 13 Blocks
  • Length: 15 Blocks
  • Aircraft: 17
  • On order: 13
  • Cabin Layout: 1 Spruce 2 Oak

The first of Stratus Aviation's NextGen aircraft, the Stratus ST-120 (previously the ST-3) is a remarkable new design. Its size allows it to fit into most gates, while remaining as comfortable as ever. It is a fast growing popular aircraft, in order with four airlines. It is different from its smaller sisters, with a brand new wing design, and the ability to seat 4 people. FlyLumeva was the first airline to fly the new aircraft, as well as the first airline to fly any NextGen Stratus aircraft, on September 17, 2021. It replaced the Stratus SA-12 and SC-1 on all routes. The ST-120 is set to be the mainline backbone of the FlyLumeva fleet, and competes with the same competitors as its older cousin, the Stratus SA-12: the ITP-1000, SI-A-15, and EAM X-5/10. However, its main competitor is the Climax Y10a.

Subway SI-A-300

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  • Width: 37 blocks
  • Length: 40 blocks
  • Aircraft: 5
  • On order: 0
  • Cabin Layout: 2 Spruce 14 Oak

Subway Industries' SI-A-300 model is the lengthened version of the SI-A-100, featuring 10 blocks more space. This version is built with standard winglets and not split scimitars as seen on other -300s, and is designated the SI-A-371. It is FlyLumeva's only medium-haul aircraft, built to operate longer routes. It was bought from Subway Industries on January 12, 2020, with an order for 12 aircraft and further options for 30 more, and the first aircraft, registered as 7D-SAA, took to the skies on January 17. The SI-A-300 is slowly being retired in favor of the ST-210/220.

Stratus ST-210

  • Width: 35 blocks
  • Length: 39 blocks
  • Aircraft: 0
  • On order: 20
  • Cabin Layout: TBA

Stratus ST-220

  • Width: 35 blocks
  • Length: 43 blocks
  • Aircraft: 0
  • On order: 10
  • Cabin Layout: TBA

Boeing 777-300ER

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  • Width: 68 blocks
  • Length: 77 blocks
  • Aircraft: 10
  • On order: 0
  • Cabin Layout: 4 Birch 8 Spruce 23 Oak

FlyLumeva became the launch customer for the 777 when it placed an order for 10 aircraft on January 19, 2020. The aircraft features First and Business Class, making it the first aircraft in the fleet to do so, and the only one to use First Class. The first aircraft, ms/n 2, was registered 7D-ABA and currently sits at the Aero Aviation lab. The 1-1-1 Economy and 1-1 First and Business layout make it a comfy aircraft.

Former fleet

Climax CL-10

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  • Width: 65 blocks
  • Length: 71 blocks
  • Aircraft: 0
  • On order: 0
  • Cabin Layout: 8 Spruce 67 Oak

The largest aircraft in FlyLumeva's fleet, the CL-10 were reserved for ultra long-haul flights. It was the first foreign airline to use the type after National Airlines when it leased 5 aircraft in February 2020, and featured a 1-3-1 Economy and 1-1-1 Business layout. They were returned in September 2021 to National, after Stratus and Climax became main competitors.

Stratus SA-12

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  • Width: 17 Blocks
  • Length: 15 Blocks
  • Aircraft: 3
  • On order: 0
  • Cabin Layout: 4 Oak

The Stratus SA-12, previously known as the Aero A-3, is the third and last of the SA-10 series, being twice as long as the SA-10. The SA-12 also featured the upgraded cockpit version (the SA-12-B). The first aircraft was delivered to Lunaria on January 13. Being a supporter of Aero Aviation, the aircraft was chosen as the best amongst the SA-10, SA-11 and SA-20 (though 5 SA-10s were delivered to subsidiary Lumeva Airlink). In a joint order, the Lumeva Airline Group ordered 20 aircraft. ForesneAir got 5 aircraft, while Lunaria got the other 15. The SA-12 was built to compete with the ITP-1000, SI-A-15, and EAM X-5/10. With the merge, 15 aircraft were repainted into the new FlyLumeva colours, and another 5 into Lumeva Airlink colours (the original ForesneAir colours).

They were replaced with the Stratus ST-3, with the last aircraft flying on September 18, 2021.

Flights

FlyLumeva operated a total of 43 flights prior to the merger.

FlyLumeva Flight List
FlyLumeva: 43 flights • 32 destinations
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LU001
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ MAX
Murrville-Arcadia
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LU002
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ EEA
Espil Ecilidae
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LU003
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ LAR
Larkspur Lilyflower
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LU004
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SSI
Sunshine Coast Máspalmas
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LU005
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ KTI
Kantō International
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LU006
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ WHT
Whitechapel Sky Harbor
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LU007
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ PIA
Polytan International
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LU008
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ KGO
Takasago
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LU009
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ GEB
Geneva Bay New Indigo
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LU010
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ ABG
Antioch-Bay Point Garvey
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LU011
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ DJE
Deadbush Johnston-Euphorial
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LU012
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ DPH
Deadbush Pioneer-Howard
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LU013
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ TSA
Titsensaki Sealerwhale
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LU014
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ DFM
Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial
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LU015
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ MPI
Mojangsburg-Pretoria Capital
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LU016
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RSA
Rizalburg Strand
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LU017
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ AMA
Aeolia Mixolydia
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LU018
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ LPI
Las Playas
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LU019
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ OPA
Oparia LeTourneau
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LU020
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RSN
Totem Beach Raven Simon
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LU021
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ COA
Cape Cambridge Orilla
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LU022
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ PCA
Prismarine City
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LU023
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ MWK
Miu Wan Kau Heung
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LU024
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RVC
Rattlerville Central
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LU025
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SEG
Segville
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LU026
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ VFW
Venceslo Fifth Ward
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LU027
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
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LU028
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ NMW
Nymphalia Windus Aura
Stratus ST-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU029
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ LBX
Lapis Bay Expo East
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LU030
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ OCD
Ottia Cape Dios
Stratus ST-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU031
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ WMI
Deadbush West Mesa
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LU032
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RAA
Rockaway Municipal
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LU033
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ BVL
BirchView Leydon
SI-A-300 Eastern Active1.png
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LU034
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ NHR
North Haven Riverside
Stratus ST-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU035
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RVA
Richville
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LU036
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ KAP
Itavanga Kapakau
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LU037
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ CHB
Chan Bay Airfield
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LU038
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SAN
San Reinoldi Fernando Savater
Stratus ST-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU039
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ IAS
Itomori Air and Space Port
Stratus ST-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU040
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ MBA
Mountbatten Airfield
Stratus ST-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU041
PCE
Peacopolis
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ CAR
Caravaca Juan Carlos I
Stratus ST-3 Eastern Active1.png
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LU101
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SVS
Southoak South Plains
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LU102
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ COA
Cape Cambridge Orilla
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LU103
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ CAP
Caprica
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LU104
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ LPI
Las Playas
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LU130
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ KTI
Kantō International
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LU131
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SSI
Sunshine Coast Máspalmas
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LU132
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ WHT
Whitechapel Sky Harbor
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LU133
MWT
Miu Wan Tseng Tsz Leng
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ BVL
BirchView Leydon
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LU151
SVS
Southoak South Plains
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ COA
Cape Cambridge Orilla
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LU152
SVS
Southoak South Plains
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RAA
Rockaway Municipal
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LU153
SVS
Southoak South Plains
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ GSA
Grassbush Southland
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LU161
COA
Cape Cambridge Orilla
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ SEG
Segville
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LU162
COA
Cape Cambridge Orilla
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ RVC
Rattlerville Central
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LU201
SSI
Sunshine Coast Máspalmas
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ KTI
Kantō International
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LU202
KTI
Kantō International
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ WHT
Whitechapel Sky Harbor
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LU203
SSI
Sunshine Coast Máspalmas
◉ ○ ○ ○ ◉ WHT
Whitechapel Sky Harbor
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Accidents and incidents

  • On 29 January 2020, Lunaria flight 750, an SI-A-300 operating between Sunshine Coast and Kanto suffered a left engine failure on approach to Kanto. The aircraft continued and landed safely at Kanto, where it was stored for two days. This flight was one of many that directly started the investigation against the faulty SubJet engines.
  • On 13 December 2020, FlyLumeva flight 505, an Aero A-3 operating between Espil and Peacopolis, had to make an emergency landing at Deadbush Foxfoe Memorial Airport after a freak accident. The door had suddenly swung open, depressurizing the aircraft, and knocking out the pilot. The co-pilot managed to make a safe landing, and no passengers were harmed. Blame was placed on the cabin for failing to secure the door properly, and they were dismissed in February 2021.
  • On 3 October 2021, FlyLumeva flight 16, a brand-new Stratus ST-3 operating between Peacopolis and Rizalburg suffered a right engine failure midway through the flight. The aircraft made a safe landing at Totem Beach without incident, and passengers were flown on a connecting flight. The aircraft was flown back to Peacopolis for repairs. It was found that a small piece of metal had been sucked into the engine on departure from Peacopolis, and had only impacted the engine halfway through the flight. The ST-3's reputation was upheld after the incident due to the sturdy engines, and stricter checks were held at PCE airport's runway after the incident.