MRT Civil Aviation Organization
|MRT Civil Aviation Organization|
|Former Directors||Cortesi, SubwayGamerMC|
|Facts and figures|
The MRT Civil Aviation Organization (MCAO), is a specialized agency of the MRT Server. It keeps track of every single airport and airline company, as well as regulating all aviation activities on the MRT.
The company was born on the 13th of November 2014 following a new airport rule on the MRT Old World. Created by Cortesi, the idea was to create a company to manage and regulate air transport on the MRT server. For a few months the company was in charge of updating airports and airlines list and to provide guidelines for airport construction. The company was been defunct from August 2016 to September 2017. It was later acquired by TheSubway, before being defunct again until January 2020, when Subway passed it over to Airplaneguy9, who introduced new rules and regulations for airlines.
After a long break, Airplaneguy9 returned to the MCAO, and opened up an airline rating branch (SkyBlox), as well as inviting members to the MCAO.
List of members
- Airplaneguy9 - Director
- Cortesi - Former Director
- SubwayGamerMC - Former Director
- PaintedBlue - Member
- KyleFrb - SkyBlox
- crimsonf0x - SkyBlox
|Note: This list is incomplete, you can help by expanding it|
|Aero||AE||AERO||August 13, 2020||Worrski|
|AirLinQ||RQ||STANLEY||2014||Autobus22||Originally called RegioLinQ Airlines|
|Caelus Airlines||CL||CAELUS||2012||mooseontherun, JohnNotTech, Soleurs||Originally Inverted Airlines 2012, merged and rebranded as WorldJet 2013, rebranded as Caelus 2014, merged with Air Peach to form Notalis 2015, rebranded as Caelus 2018. Part of ICAG|
|Cascadia Airways||CA||CASCADIA||2018||Cynra and PtldKnight||Merger between Illirea Airways and FlyArctic 2018|
|CentralJet||CJ||CENTRAL||2017||_jamess and JustFarkie|
|Clipper Airlines||CP||CLIPPER||2019||EliteNeon and SansNotLuigi||Originally Velox 2019, merged with SansAir and rebranded as Clipper 2020. Part of Waypoint Group|
|Elecna Airlines||EL||ELECNA||2018||mine_man||Split from Eastern/Waypoint and bought by Cascadia 2018, returned to Waypoint Group 2020|
|Evella Skylines||no logo available||EV||EVELLA||2017||LDShadowLord||Cargo division uses aircraft|
|FliHigh Airlines||FH||FLIHI||2018||time2makemymove||Split from FlyCreeper 2018|
|FliHigh Premier Connect||FH||FLIHI||2018||time2makemymove||Only for flights tocities|
|FlyBahia||SA||SUNAIR||2018||Echohue||Originally SunAir 2018, rebranded as FlyBahia 2020|
|FlyBahia Express||SA||SUNAIR||2018||Echohue||Originally SunAir Connect 2018, rebranded as FlyBahia Express 2020|
|FlyCreeper||FC||CREEPER||2017||Frosty_Creeper10||Originally owned by NewRail, split 2018 to form FlyCreeper and FliHigh Airlines|
|FlyJeomto||FJ||JEOMTO||2019||fork_07||Originally Atlantic Airways 2019, rebranded as FlyJeomto 2020|
|FlyLumeva||LU||LUMEVA||2020||Airplaneguy9, i____7d, PeacemakerX5||Originally Lunaria 2019, merged with ForesneAir and rebranded as FlyLumeva 2020|
|FlyMighty||FC||MIGHTY||2019||MgWn||Originally FlyCycle 2019, rebranded FlyMighty 2020. Part of Infamous Group|
|Fred Air||no logo available||FD||FREDRAIL||N/A||FredTheTimeLord||Originally Fred Rail Air. Part of Fred Brand|
|GEMS Airline||IA||INTRA||2015||KittyCat11231||Originally owned by Music3_0 and part of Music Nation. Subsidiary of IntraAir|
|HarbourAir||HB||HARBOUR||2019||Vulpicula||Merged with Pan Aqua 2019, partly owned by MRTHS|
|ikeda||CL||IKEDA||2016||mooseontherun, JohnNotTech, Soleurs||Split from Notalis 2016, rebranded 2018. Part of ICAG|
|Infamous Airlines||IN||INFAMOUS||2018||woorich999||Part of Infamous Group|
|Infamous Eagle||IE||EAGLE||2018||woorich999 and Underscore11||Merger between Yair and SkyRaven 2018, rebranded as Infamous Eagle. Part of Infamous Group|
||2014||KittyCat11231||Part of Feline Holdings|
|KaloroAir||AK||KALORO||2017||Needn_NL||Originally Air Kirdé, rebranded as Kaloro Air 2018|
|Kangaroo Air||no logo available||KA||KANGAROO||2018||TheGreenKangaroo|
|Lumeva Airlink||FT||FLYTREE||2020||ktkren777||Originally ForesneAir 2019, renamed 2020|
|MRT Airlines||no logo available||MT||MINECART||N/A||LightingMC||Originally Virgin Genesis|
|MRTHS Air||HS||HIGHSPEED||2018||CaptainObi||Part of MRTHS Group|
|National Airlines||NA||NATIONAL||2017||frogggggg and ModernArt||Merge between GreyAir and Fern Air 2017|
|Nex Airlines||no logo available||NX||NATEXPRESS||2016||frogggggg||Originally FernAir Express 2016, renamed 2017|
|Oceanic Langus Airways||OL||REDWOOD||2018||CodyHM and MaxStewartS||Merge between Oceanic Airways and Aer Langus in 2018, rebranded as OLA. Part of SEAT|
|Ray Airlines||RA||SUNRAY||2019||__OM3GA__ and Wipeout111|
|RedWave Airways||RW||REDWAVE||2015||Katla||Originally RedJet Airways 2015, renamed 2016|
|Sandy Air||no logo available||SN||SANDY||2018||Frosty_Creeper10||Subsidiary of FlyCreeper|
|Siletz Central Airlines||no logo available||SC||SILETZ||2016||Antiversace|
|SkyTrans||ST||SKYTRANS||2016||camelfantasy||Owned by Fantasia Inc.|
|South Weast Airlines||SW||SOUTHWEAST||2015||jphgolf4321||Originally called UtopiAir 2015|
|South Weast Charter||SE||WEASTCHARTER||2016||Narnia17||Originally called UtopiAir Charter 2015|
|Spirit Airlines||NK||SPIRITWINGS||2018||_Kastle and woorich999|
|ViaFly||VF||ROSE||2020||PaintedBlue||Operates flights between major airports.|
||2020||PaintedBlue||A subsidiary of ViaFly that operates nonhub flights between small cities.|
|ViaRapid||VR||ROSE||2020||PaintedBlue||A subsidiary of ViaFly that operates feeder flights to main airports from smaller cities.|
|Waypoint||WP||WAYPOINT||2013||RacCort||Originally Infinity Airlines 2013, merged with Italiani Volanti to form Eastern Airways 2014, rebranded as Waypoint 2018. Part of Waypoint Group|
|Waypoint CitiLiner||WC||WAYPOINT||2018||RacCort||Part of Waypoint Group|
|Waypoint Hopper||WH||WAYPOINT||2020||RacCort||Originally SkyWest Airlines 2014. Part of Waypoint Group|
|Air Peach||AP||PEACH||2014||bestmate66 and kiwirainbow||Merged with Notalis to form Caelus 2018|
|Air2There||A2||AIRTOTHERE||2015||techladdie||Absorbed into AirLinQ 2016|
|Birchwood Airways||BW||BIRCHWOOD||2014||sesese9||Absorbed into AirLinQ 2016|
|Deadbush Air Service||DA||DEADBUSH||2018||MojangChan||Absorbed into Waypoint 2020|
|Eastern Airways||EA||EASTERN||2013||RacCort, mine_man, PtldKnight||Filed for bankruptcy, absorbed into Waypoint 2018. Remaining flights became part of Waypoint Hopper 2020|
List of aircraft crashes
|Note: This list is incomplete, you can help by expanding it|
- Sometime in late 2014, an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 operating Intra flight 2 flew into stormy weather and crashed west of Esitasi. Both pilots on board survived with minor injuries. The cause of the crash was determined to be a loss of control resulting from the storm. Thunderstorms on the MRT have a tendency to cause severe damage to aircraft, and until very recently, it was common practice to fly around a storm or cancel a flight until the storm has passed.
- Sometime in 2015, RedWave flight 1, a BTBplane, got caught in a storm and attempted to make a detour to Whitechapel. Air traffic lost contact, and the aircraft stalled into the ground in massive rain and winds, disintegrating into a fireball and killing all 15 on board. Once again, a loss of control plus heavy winds from a storm were to blame.
- On February 2, IntraAir Boutique flight 12, an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0, crashed while on approach to Zaquar Ménage et Trois Regional Airport, killing 8 people on board and injuring many more. The cause of the crash was determined to be pilot error, as the aircraft was almost 500 feet below the glideslope. It is still not known how the pilots missed the glideslope.
- On September 18, IntraAir flight 42, an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0, was impacted by a drone on approach to Whitechapel Sky Harbour, causing severe damage to the gear and parts of the gear to be ingested by the right engine, causing it to flame out. The aircraft made a safe landing at Whitechapel with minor injuries. Footage of the crash can be found here.
- On October 12, IntraAir flight 41, an IntraJet NG Oak, suffered a navigational failure, and spiralled into a highway mear Wampanoag, causing it to burst into flames and kill everyone on board. The crash was determined to be an instrumental error, and Intra grounded all aircraft for a week to update software in the instruments.
- On September 29, FernAir flight 7, a Boeing 747-8, impacted a mountain 300 meters south of Fort Yaxier's runway 36R. The cause has been determined to be a contaminated refueling pipe leading to a mid-air explosion shortly after takeoff and a loss of all aircraft control. There were 74 fatalities and 128 injuries.
- On October 6, IntraAir flight 46, an IntraJet NG Mini 2.0, was hijacked by members of the Free State of Kitania, and all passengers were taken hostage, one of them being famous gameshow host MinecraftYoshi26. The passengers were rescued later in December by the KIA, but the aircraft remains in the possession of the Free State of Kitania to this day.
- On December 1, GreyAir flight 106, an ADZ II550 Citationjet, stalled into the ocean after the no. 2 engine seperated from the aircraft on approach to Wazamawazi. All 11 passengers were killed, but the pilot later died in hospital. A book on the crash was made called "Pull Up, Terrain: GrayAir 106".
- On December 20, Eastern Airways flight 3, an EAM X-500, returned to Epsilon International after the left engine shut down mid-flight. The problem lay in the engines, one of the many problems plaguing the SubJet engines used on the aircraft, where a faulty part failed after a certain amount of time, causing the engine to shut down. The problem was rectified on all EAM X-500s.
- (info on IA2)
- (info on IA66 and BA43)
- (info on NA8)
- Throughout 2020, there have been many onsets of SI-A-100 and SI-A-300 engine failures, after, once again, an issue with the SubJet engines that had plagued Eastern flight 3 three years before.
- On 8 January, FlyCreeper flight 21, an SI-A-100 operating between Freedon and St Roux suffered a failure of the right hand engine shortly after departure. The aircraft turned back and landed safely after successfully restarting the engine.
- On 29 January, 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 the one that started the investigation against the SubJet engines
- On 13 July, Waypoint flight 148, an SI-A-300 operating between Kanto and Airchester, suffered a catastrophic right hand engine failure on approach. Parts of the engine blew off and began spilling fuel and liquid into the air. As the aircraft touched down, the engine caught alight, and the fire warning ran in the cockpit. The crew decided to declare a Mayday, and told everyone to prepare for evacuation. There were only two minor injuries during evacuation, as well as a fireman who was burnt. The aircraft was written off.
- On 13 November, ViaFly flight 2 operating an SI-A 300 on a routine flight from Murrville to Deadbush suffered an engine failure. The right engine of the aircraft shut down unexpectedly mid flight. The pilot managed to safely divert the flight to Fort Yaxier International and landed the plane successfully with no casualties reported. The issue is currently being looked into.
- Similar failures were reported on airlines such as Michigana and LARLAT.
- (info on NA16)
- (info on SA57)
- On August 5, a FlyJeomto plane, while making an approach in Marisol, couldn't avoid a tree near the runway.