MRT Civil Aviation Organization

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MRT Civil Aviation Organization
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Directors
Director Airplaneguy9
Former Directors Cortesi, SubwayGamerMC
Facts and figures
Headquarters Central City
Founded February 2014

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.

History

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

Airline List

Active Airlines
Airline Logo IATA Callsign Hub(s) Founded CEO Notes
AirLinQ
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RQ STANLEY 2014 Autobus22 Originally called RegioLinQ Airlines
AirTotem
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AT TOTEM 2018 crimsonf0x Helicopter airline
BART Airlines
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BA BART 2014 Kastle
BenAir
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BN BENAIR 2014 Bensismith
BluAir
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BU BLUAIR 2017 hvt2011
Caelus Airlines
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CL CAELUS 2012 JohnNotTech 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
Cascadia Airways
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CA CASCADIA 2018 Cynra and PtldKnight Merger between Illirea Airways and FlyArctic
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
Inactive Airlines
Airline Logo IATA Callsign Hub(s) Founded CEO Notes
Defunct Airlines
Airline Logo IATA Callsign Hub(s) Founded CEO Notes

Crash Investigations

IntraAir IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 near Esitasi in 2014, impacted during cruise

Full Report on IntraAir's Wiki

IntraAir IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 at Zaquar on February 02nd 2015, impacted during approach

Full Report on IntraAir's Wiki

IntraAir IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 at Whitechapel on September 18th 2016, right engine failure and landing gear failure

Full Report on IntraAir's Wiki

IntraAir IntraJet NG Oak near Wampanoag on October 12th 2016, impacted following nav and radio failure

Full Report on IntraAir's Wiki

FernAir Boeing 747-8 at Fort Yaxier on September 29th 2017, impacted in mountain after takeoff

Full Report on FYI's Wiki

IntraAir IntraJet NG Mini 2.0 at Zaquar on October 6th 2017, hijacking

Full Report on IntraAir's Wiki

Eastern Airways X-500 at Epsilon on December 20th 2017, left engine failure

No Report Made